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Sin Crouching At The Door

Here is my translation of this theologically important verse (Genesis 4:7): If you do well, will you not be exalted? But, if you do not do well, sin blocks the door and its desire is for you. Therefore, you must … Continue reading

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Genesis 1:11-12 – Of Fruit Trees And Omnipotence

In Genesis 1:11 God instructs the earth to bring forth, among other forms of vegetation, “trees of fruit making fruit“1)Alternatively, “trees bearing fruit making fruit” or “trees bearing fruit continually“.. However, the next verse reveals that the earth failed to … Continue reading

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The Translation Of Genesis 15:6

In this post1)NOTE: you can read or download a PDF version of this posting here –┬áSept2016 – Whose Righteousness – God’s or Abram’s?. we’ll conduct an in-depth examination of Genesis 15:6, a verse that is critically important to the Protestant … Continue reading

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Biblical Hebrew: Lessons 1, 2, and 3 Now Available

Lessons 1, 2, and 3 covering the definite article, the conjunction vav, the direct object marker, prepositions and a beginning set of nouns are all available for testing. Suggestions and comments are always appreciated. Click on the Syllabus tab above … Continue reading

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