Incorrect translations to support the Trinity and pre-existence of Jesus 

In 1526, William Tyndale completed the translation of the first English New Testament, which caused a great change in the religious life. Until then, the Bible was in Latin and used only for the clergy. The Reformation stirred Europe in the 16th century. Bibles began to be delivered in languages other than Latin. What was […]

The Bible Is Full of Metaphors, Symbols and Figurative Expression

The Bible is full of metaphors, symbols and figurative expression. Jesus spoke to his listeners only with parables, so that they would not understand (!). The last book of the Bible, Revelation, is the account by Jesus to John about what happens at the end of time. John conveyed this to the readers of the […]

Eternal, Everlasting, Evermore…

Translation is not an easy task and errors have occurred, even hundreds. For example, the King James Version has over the centuries been corrected or improved uncountable times. Surely also in other Bible translations. As the centuries passed, the importance of Latin became increasingly important. The Bible was forbidden to ordinary people. It was only […]

Is The Bible Translated and Interpreted Correctly?

For an introduction There are dozens of different Bible translations. Where does the Bible translation begin? Now, I am thinking mainly of the problematics of the translation of the New Testament. The New Testament was written in Greek. First, we need to find the correct Greek original. This can be determined in different ways. It […]

Who Created the World According to The Bible?

Who Created the World? God or Jesus or both together? The creation of the world is told at the very beginning of the Bible. In Gen. 1:26 God says: God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the […]

Another Interpretation of the Divinity Of Jesus

Another interpretation is possible, though it does not fit in the interpretation that favors the Triune God and therefore the mainstream churches have completely abandoned it. That’s not how it used to be. Until 1582, it said in the English version of the Bible: In the beginning was the word and the word was with […]

God the Father and Jesus

Many regard the gospel of John as the most important proof of the divinity of Jesus. However, the gospel was not written for this purpose; ”but these have been written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you may have life in His name” (20:31). […]

My Lord and My God (Joh 20:28)

In the gospel of John, there are verses which are considered to mean that Jesus Himself confirms to be the same as God the Father. However, Jesus himself said that he was the Son of God. He could have at least confessed to his disciples that he was God or one of the three God […]

At the Beginning Was the Word … What Is the Word?

Jesus is known as Logos – the Word of God. What is the Word? Vines Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words states the following: (I) the expression of thought,” not the mere name of an object, (a) as embodying a conception or idea, (b) a saying or statement, (2) the phrase ”the word of the Lord,” […]

The Word Became Flesh

The Word became flesh and lived among us. We saw his glory, such glory as of the one and only Son of the Father, full of grace and truth. The word of God became flesh when Jesus was born and proclaimed to the world what God commanded him. Jesus is commonly described the Word of […]

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