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Translation of Genesis 1:26

Paul provides a view or revelation into this when he dictates 1 Timothy 6:14-16: until the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ, 15which He will [m]bring about at the proper time—He who is the blessed ...
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Does the YHWH reference in Acts 2:34 refer to the Trinity or to the Father?

None of this could apply to David is further evidenced by another quotation from Scripture. David did not ascend into the heavens as Jesus did, but he prophesied that exaltation of Jesus in Psalm 110:...
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Isaiah 43:11 & 43:25 "I, even I" is a Duet in literature involving Father & Son persons of the Trinity/Triune God speaking in interleaving manner

Isaiah 43:25 and Isaiah 51:12 have reduplications of the so-called ‘archaic’ personal pronoun ’ā·nō·ḵî, where the second occurrence of ’ā·nō·ḵî immediately follows the first occurrence, and each ...
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Does the YHWH reference in Acts 2:34 refer to the Trinity or to the Father?

Answer If logically followed, we can see that Peter had God the Father in view in Acts 2:34 when he refers to the YHWH of Psalms 110:1. Explanation Peter is often specific when he mentions God. The ...
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Does the YHWH reference in Acts 2:34 refer to the Trinity or to the Father?

Consider the alternate and unreasonable reading of Acts 2:34-35 if the second lord of Psalm 110:1 is Adonai, does the reading "God made this Jesus whom you crucified, both YHWH and messiah" ...
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Does the YHWH reference in Acts 2:34 refer to the Trinity or to the Father?

In Acts 2:23, 25 Peter is accurately quoting Ps 110 which has three persons involved as follows: David, who authored the psalm is reporting a conversation between two others, namely, the LORD/YHWH ...
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Does the YHWH reference in Acts 2:34 refer to the Trinity or to the Father?

Peter misquotes Psalm 16:8 in Acts 2:25 I keep my eyes always on the Lord. With him at my right hand, I will not be shaken. This misquote leads into the incorrect understanding of Psalm 110. In Psalm ...
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Who was responsible for adding words into John 1:18?

I will now show that this is often an argument over very little. The main difference between the two Greek texts which are as follows (with my literal translation following): NA28/UBS5/W&H etc ...
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Who was responsible for adding words into John 1:18?

About 18 months ago I originated an A4 double-sided document dealing with this very matter; a few people have received it. Most of it clearly applies to this question, so I am going to drop most of it ...
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The issue of "Luke's" identity

Welcome to the Biblical Hermeneutics forum, John. Please note that this forum is different than most others because it's focused on supporting any assertions with specific scriptures, opinions of ...
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