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The Gospel starts at Genesis and ends at Revelation. The bible is dispensational. This is the key to understanding it. God's, word shows us in the shadow of things. (Types and shadows) our need for a Savior. Jesus Christ is mentioned in the first chapter of Genesis, his coming is also foretold in Genesis 3, God's children are the seed of Abraham. The bible ...


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None. They have the same meaning. It is men who make Hades (Hell) into something it is not. They have done this to perpetuate a teaching that had gone unquestioned and unchallenged (as no one challenged the so-called priesthood during the Dark Ages and into the Renassiance). Hades, Hell, Sheol, Grave, and Memorial Tomb mean the same thing. They are places ...


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I was born and raised an orthodox Israeli Jew, and was an orthodox Rabbi for many years before becoming Messianic in 2008. The main body of beliefs are the same for Christians and Messianic Jews. However, the way we interpret scripture, and practice our faith can be very different indeed. Shabbot shalom to you all.


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Occurrences of ᾅδης in the New Testament Corpus ᾅδης (Hades) appears 10 times in the New Testament,1 and the context of each occurrence indicates that it is the abode of the dead. One particular account references the idiomatic idea of 'Abraham's bosom'2 and includes the idea of a division within Hades where some are comforted and others are tormented in ...


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From Priest | New Advent This word (etymologically "elder", from presbyteros, presbyter) [...] And priest (n.) | Online Etymology Dictionary Old English preost ... all from Vulgar Latin *prester "priest," from Late Latin presbyter "presbyter, elder," from Greek presbyteros[.] And CCC 1541 The liturgy of the Church, however, sees in the ...



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