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No word for eternity in the Bible?
« on: February 28, 2013, 01:24:27 PM »

God is from everlasting (singular) to everlasting (singular) (Psalm 90:2). He inhabits eternity (singular, Isaiah 57:15). "He has promised us eternal life" (singular eternity, singular life, 1 John 2:25). Etc..


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Re: No word for eternity in the Bible?
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2013, 02:03:58 PM »

Psa 90:2 Ere the mountains were born, And You travailed with the earth and the habitance, From eon unto eon You are El." (Concordant)

Psa 90:2 Before, the mountains, were born, Or thou hadst brought forth the earth and the world, Even, from age to age, thou, wast GOD. (Rotherham)

Psa 90:2  Before mountains were brought forth, And Thou dost form the earth and the world, Even from age unto age Thou art God. (Young's Literal)

Psa 90:2  Before the mountains were created,
       before you made the earth and the world,
       you are God, without beginning or end. (NLT)

You have to understand where all these Bible translations came from. Ray did and exsoluded study on 'How WE Got The Bible,' he brought that info to a conference and it was very revealing. Here is a excerpt.,5815.0.html -------------

The history of the Bible is a little different then a lot of people think or the way itís even presented. I looked at a lot of material before I would ever print this section here from Greatsite. Because there are so many contradictions out there, itís just so many and not just contradictions, but out and out lies. 

I mean how many of you heard that this King James Bible was translated directly from the Textus Receptus, how many have heard that? Itís not true. Do you know what this Bible really represents? Itís not a translation at all. This is a revision of the Bishopís Bible. What is the Bishopís Bible? Thatís a revision of the Great Bible. Well what is the Great Bible? Well itís a revision of the Geneva Bible. What is the Geneva Bible? It came out of the Coverdale Bible and where did the Coverdale come from. Itís a revision of the William Tyndale Bible and where did that Bible come from? Well it came from William Tyndale. 

The first English Bible was translated in Germany. How many knew that? So how many translations of the Bible are there? About one, thatís all. Tyndale went to Germany to translate the English Bible. Did he have any help? Yes, Martin Luther, heís a German. Did he have any documents? Yes, Martin Luther had a Erasmus collection of Greek manuscripts, that later became known as Textus Receptus. Martin Luther translated his Germany version from those Texts and the Vulgate. When in doubt, look at somebody thatís already done it, you will learn things.

That conference would be a very good study you, here are the links.

Mobile Conference 2007
Here are the links to the audio from the transcript.
 Audio 1 - 1st and 2nd posts
 Audio 2 - 3rd and 4th posts
 Audio 3 - 6th and 7th posts
 Chart - OT Books - 5th post
 Audio 4 - 8th and 9th posts
Masoretic codex pics - 10th post
 Audio 5 - 11th, 12th, 13th posts
 Audio 6 - 14th and 15th posts
 page two:
 Audio 7 - 16th and 17th posts
 Audio 8 - 18th and 19th posts
 Audio 9 - 20th and 21th posts
Spurious passages - 22th post

mercy, peace and love

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