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  229. Albright, W.F. The Biblical Period From Abraham to Ezra. New York: Harper & Row, 1963.

  230. Wight, Fred H. Highlights of Archaeology in Bible Lands. Chicago: Moody Press, 1955. Moody Press, Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Used by per. mission,

  231. Unger, Merrill F. Archaeology and the Old Testament. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1954.

  232. Archer, Gleason. Jr. A Survey of Old Testament Introduction. Chicago: Moody Press, 1964, 1974. Moody Press. Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Used by permission.

  233. Wellhausen, Julius. Die Composition des Hexateuchs. Third Edition, Berlin, 1899.

  234. Barton, G.A. “Archaeology and the Bible.” Philadelphia: American Sunday School Union, 1957.

  235. Albright, William F. “Historical and Mythical Elements in the Story of Joseph,” Journal of Biblical Literature. 1918. Vol. 57, pp. 111-145.

  236. Albright, William F. “The Old Testament and Archaeology,” Old Testament Commentary. Edited by Herbert L. Alleman and Elmer E. Flack. Philadelphia: Muhlenberg Press, 1948.

  237. Vos, Howard F. Genesis and Archaeology. Chicago: Moody Press, 1963. Moody Press, Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.

  238. Sarna, Nahum. Understanding Genesis. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1966.

  239. Harrison, R.K. “The Old Testament and its Critics,” Christianity Today, May 25, 1959.

  240. Burrows, Millar. What Mean These Stones? New York: Meridian Books, 1957.

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  242. Wright, G. Ernest. “The Present State of Biblical Archaeology,” The Study of the Bible Today and Tomorrow. Edited by Harold R. Willoughby. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1947.

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  244. Matthews, Victor H. Manners and Customs in the Bible. Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 1991.

  245. Lubenow, Marvin L. Bones of Contention. Grand Rapids: Baker Books, © 1992 by Marven L. Lubenow.

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  248. Feinberg, Paul D. The Doctrine of God in the Pentateuch. Doctoral Dissertation. Dallas Theological Seminary, 1968.

  249. Schaeffer, Francis A. Death in the City. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 1990.

  250. Brown, Rebecca. Becoming a Vessel of Honor. Clinton, AR: Solid Rock Family Enterprises, Inc; Copyright © 1990 by Rebecca Brown, M.D.

  251. The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah, by Alfred Edersheim, Vol. II, Eerdmans Pub. Co., © 1947

  252. M.H. Black, “The Printed Bible,” The Cambridge History of the Bible. The West from the Reformation to the Present Day (vol. 3; eds. S. L. Greenslade; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1969), 408-75.

  253. Wurmbrand, Richard. Voice of the Martyrs. September, 1998, p. 10.

  254. Kelley, Page H. Biblical Hebrew An Introductory Grammar. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1992.

  255. Bolozky, Shmuel. 501 Hebrew Verbs. Hauppauge, NY: Barron’s Educational Series, Inc., 1996.

  256. Pfeiffer, Robert H. Introduction to the Old Testament. New York: Harper, 1941.

  257. Vos, Howard F. Beginnings in the Old Testament. Chicago, Illinois: Moody Press, 1975.

  258. Owens, John Joseph. Analytical Key to the Old Testament, Vol. 1 Genesis-Joshua. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 1989.

  259. Owens, John Joseph. Analytical Key to the Old Testament, Vol. 2 Judges-2 Chronicles. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 1989.

  260. Owens, John Joseph. Analytical Key to the Old Testament, Vol. 3 Ezra-Song of Solomon. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 1989.

  261. Owens, John Joseph. Analytical Key to the Old Testament, Vol. 4 Isaiah-Malachi. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 1989.

  262. Kang, C.H.; & Nelson, Ethel R. The Discovery of Genesis. St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 1979.

  263. Jones, Floyd Nolen. The Chronology of the Old Testament, 15th Edition. Green Forest, AR: Master Books; Copyright © 2004 by Floyd Jones Ministries, Inc.

  264. Keil, C.F. Commentary on the Old Testament, translated by James Martin. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans Pub. Co., 1976.

  265. Anstey, Martin. The Romance of Bible Chronology. London: Marshall Bros. 1913.

  266. Lindsey, Hal. The Everlasting Hatred the Roots of Jihad. Murrieta, CA: Oracle House Publishing, 2002.

  267. !yhila> j'Wr Ruach-Elohim, Spirit-Elohim. A Name of God and third Person of the Trinity, 7307a; from j'Wr, 7307, and !yhiloa> Elohim, 430. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  268. hw:hy]Aj'Wr Ruach-Yehovah, Spirit-Yehovah. A Name of God and third Person of the Trinity, 7307b; from j'Wr Spirit, 7307, and hw:hoyÒ Yehovah, 3068. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  269. uJpovstasi" 1) essence, substance, the real nature of a thing; Hebrews 1:3 used of Christ stating that He is of the very essence of God meaning of the real nature of that to which reference is made in contrast to the outward manifestation, it refers to the fact of the Divine essence of God existent and expressed in the revelation of His Son. While the American version of the Bible translates this person this english translation was not given to it until the 4th century A.D. Most earlier English versions used the word substance. In Hebrews 11:1 it has the meaning of confidence, assurance meaning to give substance to. 2) a standing under; a taking of a thing upon one's self. 3) an assumed position, an assumption of a specific character, 2 Cor 11:17. 3) an engagement undertaken with regard to the conduct either of others, a vouching, 2 Cor 9:4, or of one's self a pledged profession, Heb 3:14. 4) the foundation of hope, confidence, assurance, an inner assurance, mental knowing of a truth or fact, the gift of faith and knowledge manifested (1 Cor 12:8-9), Hebrews 11:1. Noun: feminine singular nominative, 5287; from uJpov under, 5259, & i{sthmi to make to stand, set, place; to fix, appoint; to establish, confirm, 2476. 2/419, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  270. !Egwv Eijmi I Am, Jesus declaring that he is Yehovah, hw:hoyÒ, 3068, the God of Moses, using the Greek Septuagint form for Yehovah. God’s name given to Moses on Mt. Siani in Exodus 3:14, 1473a; from Ejgwv I, 1473, & Eijmiv to be, to exist, 1510. John 8:24. 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  271. Martin, Walter R. The Kingdom of the Cults. Minneapolis: Bethany Fellowship, Inc., Publishers, 1965.

  272. Karl Scheffrahn and Henry Kreyssler. Jesus of Nazareth: Who Did He Claim to Be? Dallas: Pat Booth, 1968.

  273. Barnes, Albert. Notes On the New Testament, "Matthew and Mark". Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1949.

  274. Morison, Frank. Who Moved the Stone? London: Faber and Faber Ltd., 1958.

  275. Felder, Hilarin. Christ and the Critics. Translated by John L. Stoddard. London: Burns Oates and Washburn Ltd., 1924.

  276. Lewis, C.S. Mere Christianity. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1952.

  277. Keil, C. F.; and Delitzsch, F. Commentary of the Old Testament. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1983.

  278. proskunevw 1) to worship, admire, do homage to God, men or demons, idol worship; Matthew 4:10, John 4:20-21, Hebrews 1:6. 2) to do reverence or homage by kissing the hand; in N.T. to do reverence or homage by prostration; Matthew 2:2, 8, 11; 20:20; Luke 4:7; 24:52. 3) to bow one’s self in adoration, Hebrews 11:21. Verb: 1 person singular, 4352; from prov" in relation to, in respect to, with reference to, 4314, & a probable derivative of kunevw meaning: to kiss; Enhanced Strongs: kuvwn to kiss, like a dog licking his master’s hand, 2965. 2/350, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  279. Leviticus 10:6, 21:10.

  280. Leviticus 24:10-16.

  281. eijkwvn 1) exact-image, likeness, Colossians 1:15. 2) a material image, likeness, effigy, Matthew 22:20; Mark 12:16. Noun: feminine, singular, nominative, 1504; from ei[kw, 1503. 2/117, 5/509/8, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  282. ajpauvgasma a reflected brightness in that Jesus perfectly reflects the Majesty of God without error or blemish, thus, radiance. Noun: neuter singular nominative, 541; from ajpov from, away from, hence, it variously signifies departure, distance of time or place, 575, & aujgavzw, 826, to be bright, shine forth, give light. intrans. Heb 1:3. 2/36, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  283. carakthvr exact-image, an impress, the exact expression (the image) of any person or thing, marked likeness, precise reproduction in every respect; an instrument used for engraving carving; the mark stamped upon an instrument. Noun: masculine, singular, nominative, 5481; from the same as cavrax a pale or stake, a palisade, 5482. Heb 1:3. 2/435, 4/913, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  284. hw:hy] &a'l]m' Angel of Yehovah. Often in the Old Testament these are appearances of God on earth as a man known as Theophanies. God walked with Adam and Eve in the garden. But after the fall they only heard His voice (Gen 3:8) as Cain did (4:6). Yehovah appeared to Abraham by the oak of Mamre (Gen 18). Jacob saw Him in a dream (Gen 28:10-17). God usually appeared to men in dreams exept with Abraham. In Genesis 18 Abraham bowed and worshiped the Angel of Yehovah addressing him as “Yehovah”. This Angel of Yehovah said to Abraham that He was yD;v'-la, El-Shaddai, El-Almighty, God-Almighty, Genesis 17:1; thus we read in Genesis 18:17, “Yehovah said, ‘Shall I hide from Abraham what I am about to do?” It is to this angel, Yehovah, that Abraham intercedes for Sodom. Thus we read in Genesis 19:24, “Then Yehovah rained on Sodom and Gomorrah brimstone and fire from Yehovah out of heaven.” Here we have a clear distinction made between the visible Yehovah on earth and the invisible Yehovah in heaven. The visible Yehovah was the pre-incarnate Jesus Christ making an Old Testament appearance on earth to whom the invisible Yehovah in heaven, God the Father, committed all judgment. It was the visible Yehovah who promised Abraham and Sarah a son and that through his seed, referring to a future descendent Jesus Christ, that all the nations of the earth would be blessed. A compound name of God referring to His appearing as a man on earth in old testament times, 4397b; &a;l]m' angel, minister, 4397, & hw:hoyÒ Yehovah, 3068. Gen 16:7-13; 22:10-12, 15-18; 28:10-17; 31:11-13; Exodus 3:1-6; 13:21-22; 14:19; Joshua 5:13; Judges 2:1-3; 6:11-14; 13:1-22; Isaiah 6:1-8. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  285. !yhila>h; &a'l]m' Angel-of-Elohim, Angel-of-God. A compound name of God, 4397a; from &a;l]m' angel, minister, 4397, & !yhiloa> God, 430. Exodus 14:19. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  286. Christian Reformed Church.

  287. hy<h]a, rv,a} hy<h]a, I-AM-WHO-I-AM. God's Declaration about Himself, 1961f; from hy<h]a, I am, 1961, & rv,a} who, 834. Exodus 3:14. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  288. Geisler, Norman L.; Saleeb, Abdul. Answering Islam. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, © 2002 by Norman L. Geisler.

  289. Geisler, Norman L. Systematic Theology, Vol 1, “Introduction, Bible.” Minneapolis, MI: Bethany House; Copyright © 2002 by Norman L. Geisler.

  290. Geisler, Norman L. Systematic Theology, Vol 2, “God, Creation.” Minneapolis, MI: Bethany House; Copyright © 2003 by Norman L. Geisler.

  291. eJtoimasiva, a", hJ 1) preparation. 2) preparedness, readiness, Eph 6:15. Noun: feminine singular nominative, 2091; from eJtoimavzw to make ready, prepare, 2090. 2/171, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  292. Harrison, R.K. Introduction to the Old Testament. Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1970.

  293. hr;wTo, hr;To Torah meaning: instruction, law, or direction. It refers to the Pentateuch a hebrew word meaning: five volumed which refers to The first five books of the Bible written by Moses; also known as the Law, or the Law of Moses, the Mosaic Law. Noun: femine singular, 8451; from hr;y: to teach, throw, shoot, cast, 3384. Exodus 13:9, 1 Kings 2:3, Nehemiah 8:2. 1/346, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD, 50/957.

  294. lae El meaning: God, the one true God: Yehovah, 3068; God the mighty one, strong; mighty men, men of rank, mighty heroes; angels; god, false god, demons, imaginations; mighty things in nature; strength, power. This word has cognate forms in other Semitic tongues, and is the general term for God in the widest sense, true or false, or even an image treated as a god as in Gen 35:2, “Put away the foreign els which are among you”. Because of this general character it is frequently associated with a defining adjective or predicate. For example, in Deut 5:9 we read, “I Yehovah your-Elohim am a jealous El,” or in Genesis 31:13, “the El of Bethel”. Noun: masculine, 410; shortened from lyIa', 352. Gen 35:1. 1/12, 5/411/2, 32/CD; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  295. Hedrick, Gary. “The Hebrew Names of God,” Message of the Christian Jew. January-February 1996.

  296. yD'v'Alae El-Shaddai, God-Almighty, God-who-is-Enough, God-who-is-Sufficient; the Almighty, All-Sufficient, Omnipotent El. Genesis 17:1 states “And when Abram was a son of ninety-nine years, Yehovah appeared to Abram and said to him, I am El-Shaddai; walk before Me, and be blameless.” God used this same title when he appeared to Jacob and to Isaac. El-Shaddai occurs 8 times in the Old Testament. Shaddai is found 31 times in the Book of Job and 9 times in other parts of the Old Testament. Equivalent expressions appear about 10 times in the New Testament: 2 Cor 6:18, Rev 1:8, 4:8, 16:14, 19:6. The term Almighty is used through Scripture about 60 times and is applied only to God, and often in contrast to the lack of power of the heathen gods. The first reference in Gen 17:1 tells of God’s all sustaining power and grace for those who put their trust in Him. The last reference in the Book of Rev 19:15 reveals God’s all consuming wrath and judgment upon those who despise and reject His grace and mercy. What does El Shaddai mean? The most common view is that shaddai comes from a similar-sounding Akkadian word meaning “mountain” or “breast.” If El Shaddai means “the Mountain God,” they would say it speaks of the majesty and grandeur of God. If it means “Breast of God,” they would say it speaks of God as the One who nurtures and sustains His People. Strong's Exhaustive Concordance, says shaddai comes from the primitive Hebrew root shadad meaning “to deal violently with, despoil, devastate, ruin, destroy, or spoil.” Which one is right? Joseph Azreil, an Orthodox Jewish rabbi in Israel recognized as an expert Hebraist and Torah scholar states that Shaddai means “sufficiency.” Therefore, El Shaddai means “the God Who Is Enough.” When Jewish parents have had enough of the noiseness of their children, they will say in Hebrew: “Dai, dai!” which means “Enough, enough!” So El Shaddai is “the God Who Is Enough” (See Genesis Commentary 17:1. A compound name of God, 410c; lae El, God, 410; & yD'v' Almighty, 7706. Gen 17:1, Ezek 10:5. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD, 73/12-15.

  297. !yhiloa> Elohim 1) When referring to the God of the Bible, Elohim is a singular plural universal term for God meaning: These-are-El (lae El meaning God, 410), These-are-God. Rabbi Bechai, in his commentary on Genesis 1:1 (p. 1, col. 2) explains that the word !yhiloa> Elohim is compounded of two words, !h these, and la God. Together they mean “These are God,” thus indicating the Triune nature of God. The plural is expressed by the letter yod ( y). In Genesis 1:1 it is treated as a singular noun because it is followed by a singular verb ar;B; (He Created) in which is the first indication of the Triune nature of God in the Bible. It is not referring to 3 individual gods meaning 1 + 1 + 1 = 3 gods as is taught in Mormonism; but of one God of one essence manifested in three persons that are 1 x 1 x 1 = 1 God; thus why it is used in Deuteronomy 6:4 “Hear, O Israel! Yehovah our-Elohim, Yehovah is One!” It refers to the one and only True God, and in English versions of the Bible is inadequately rendered “God”. Like its English equivalent, it is, grammatically considered, a common noun, and conveys the notion of all that belongs to the concept of deity, in contrast with man (Num 23:19) and other created beings. It is appropriate to cosmic and world-wide relationships, Genesis 1:1, because there is only one supreme and true God, and he is a Person. Elohim also approaches the character of a proper noun, while not losing its abstract and conceptual quality. 2) the term elohim when followed by a plural verb means gods and at times in the Bible is used when referring to pagan gods, judges, the great, the mighty, and some times angels. Noun: masculine singular plural, 430; plural of H'wloa>, 433. 1/28, 26; 32/CD; 5/412/4; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD, 58/99.

  298. hw:hoyÒ Yehovah, German pronunciation Jehovah. This is the proper eternal forever name of the one and only true God given to Moses by God on Mt. Siani, Exodus 3:14, meaning I Am that I Am, the existing One, 3068; from hy:h; to be, exist, 1961. God says of this name of His in Exodus 3:15 “This is My name forever, and this is My memorial-name to all generations;” Thus why when Yehovah in time in addition to His Divine nature took on a human nature the angel named him Yeshua, H3091 and G2424, which means Yehovah is Savior because as the angel said to Joseph in Matthew 1:21 “For it is He who will save His people from their sins.” In early Jewish history, Jewish Myth decided saying God’s name was too sacred, Titus 1:13-14. Therefore when reading the Hebrew text they would substitute hw:hoyÒ Yehovah with yn:doa} Adonai meaning my-Lord, 136. As a result, later when Masoretic scholars began to supply vowel points to the Hebrew Masoretic Text, they applied the vowels of yn:doa} Adonai to the consonants of hw:hoyÒ resulting in the pronunciation of Yehovah, thus why this translator chooses to translate it Yehovah based on the Masoretic text so as not to lose the meaning of the text to the English reader, and to distinguish it from Adonai meaning Lord and Elohim meaning God. The Hebrew grammarian Page H. Kelley explains regarding this “If there had been no need to avoid pronouncing hwhy, it would most likely have been pointed hw<h]y" and thus read as Yăhvěh. The curious attempt to transliterate the hybrid form hw:hoyÒ as ‘Yehovah’ (or ‘Jehovah,’ since ‘y’ was missing in the German language) was not made until the time of the Protestant Reformation.” Many times in the Hebrew text the divine names hwIhyÒ yn:doa} appear together meaning Adonai-Yehovah, 136a, Gen 15:2. Since in the Masoretic text it would be awkward to pronounce them together as Adonai-Adonai, Masoretic scholars chose to point hwhy Yehovah with the vowels of !yhiloa> Elohim, 430. This results in the form hwIhoy> Yehovah, later simplified to hw:hyÒ meant to be pronounced as Elohim. This is why translators in the modern english versions translate, incorrectly and thus lose the meaning of the text, Yehovah as LORD when in the Adonai form and as GOD when in the Elohim form, and why they translate hwIhyÒ yn:doa} Adonai Yehovah as Lord GOD. In the Greek Septuagint and in the N.T. Yehovah is expressed: Ejgwv Eijmi Ego Eimee meaning I Am, 1473a, to signify God’s name Yehovah since egwv by itself means I-am. Jesus often used this expression referring to Himself as Yehovah: John 8:24, 8:58, 13:19. From Ejgwv I, 1473, & Eijmiv to be, to exist, 1510. 1/171, 2/114, 118; 42/CD; 26/CD; 28/CD; 31/CD; 37/CD; 254/32.

  299. hy:[]v'yÒ, Why:[]v'yÒ Isaiah meaning Salvation of Yah or Yah has saved. 1) Isaiah the major prophet, (750-642 BC+ during the reign of Jotham, Ahaz, Hezekiah & Manasseh) son of Amoz, who prophesied concerning Judah and Jerusalem during the days of kings Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah of Judah; author of the prophetic book by his name; tradition has it that he was sawn asunder in the trunk of a carob tree by king Manasseh and that this is the incident referred to in Heb 11:37. 2) Son of Hananiah, brother of Pelatiah, and grandson of Zerubbabel. 3) A Benjamite. 4) One of the 6 sons of Jeduthun. 5) Son of Rehabiah, a descendant of Moses through Gershom, and an ancestor of a Levite treasurer in the time of David. 6) Son of Athaliah and chief of the house of Elam who returned with Ezra. 7) A chief of the descendants of Merari who returned with Ezra. Personal name masculine, 3470; from [v'y: to save, 3467, & Hy: Yah shortened form of Yehovah; 3050, 3068. 1/358, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  300. hy:m]r]yI, Why:m]r]yI Jeremiah meaning: Whom-Yehovah-has-appointed. 1) The major prophet the Book of Jeremiah is named after who was the son of Hilkiah of the priestly family in Anathoth, Jer 1:1. 2) a man of Libnah and father of Hamutal the wife of king Josiah. 3) a Gadite who joined David at Ziklag. 4) a Manassehite, one of the mighty men of valour of the Transjordanic half tribe of Manasseh. 5) a Gadite and warrior of David. 6) a warrior of David. 7) a priest who joined Nehemiah in the covenant ceremony. 8) father of Jaazaniah the Rechabites. Personal noun: masculine singular, 3414; from !Wr to rise, rise up, 7311 & Hy: Yah, 3050, which is a shortened form of hw:hoyÒ Yehovah, 3068, the personal name of God given to Moses. 1/684, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  301. ['WvwhoyÒ, ['vuwhoyÒ Yeshua, Yehoshua or Yoshua (Joshua) meaning Yehovah is Savior. 1) Joshua the son of Nun of the tribe of Ephraim and successor to Moses as the leader of the children of Israel who also led the conquest of Canaan into the promised land. 2) a resident of Beth-shemesh on whose land the Ark of the Covenant came to a stop after the Philistines returned it. 3) son of Jehozadak and high priest after the restoration. 4) governor of Jerusalem under king Josiah who gave his name to a gate of the city of Jerusalem. Personal Noun: masculine singular, 3091; from hw:hoyÒ Yehovah, 3068 and [v'y: to save, 3467. 1/172, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  302. jIhsou'", ['Wvwhoy Jesus meaning: Yehovah is Savior, Jesus is Yehovah our Savior. Personal name masculine singular nominative, genitive, dative & vocative, 2424; of Hebrew origin , ['Wvwhoy Yeshua, 3091, a compound word: h['Wvy, [v'y: meaning: to save, be saved, be delivered, 3467, & h/;hy] Yehovah, 3068, God's name He gave to Moses meaning I Am that I Am. Matthew 1:21. 2/200, 5/541, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  303. rx,yE 1) to form, frame, imagination, mind. 2) conception, thought, purpose, intent. noun: masculine singular, 3336; from rx'y:, 3335. Gen 6:5, Isaiah 26:3. 1/339, 5/367/2, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  304. al,P, 1) Wonderful a designated name of Jesus in Isaiah 9:6 (9:5). 2) Something Wonderful, a miracle; anything wonderful or singular; hard to be understood, God’s dealings with His people; the testimonies of the Law. Noun: masculine singular, 6382. Isaiah 9:6 (9:5). 1/625, 5/1067/3, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  305. $[ewyO Counselor, a designated name of God, Isaiah 9:6. Verb: qal participle, active masculine singular, 3289a; $['y:, 3289. Isaiah 9:6 (9:5). 1/332, 5/205/2, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  306. r/BGI lae El Gibbor meaning: El-Almighty, God-Almighty. A designated name of God, 410a; from lae meaning El, Strong, God the mighty one, 410, & r/BGI meaning almighty, strong, valiant, 1368. Isaiah 9:6 (9:5). 1/12, 130; 5/411/2, 661/2; 31/CD; 37/CD; 42/CD.

  307. d['ybia} Father-of-Eternity. A designated name of Jesus Christ, 1a; from ba; Father, 1, and d[' eternity, everlasting, 5703. Isaiah 9:6 (9:5). 1/3, 1, 587; 5/331, 308; 31/CD; 37/CD; 42/CD.

  308. !wlv;Arc' Prince-of-Peace. A designated name of God, 8269a; compound name: rvo prince, 8269, and !wlov; Peace, 7965. Isaiah 9:6 (9:5). 1/739, 717; 5/776/15, 736/2; 31/CD; 37/CD; 42/CD.

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  328. Stearns M.B. “Biblical Archaeology and the Higher Critics,” Bibliotheca Sacra. July-September, 1939. Vol. 96, No. 483, pp. 307-518.

  329. Glueck, Nelson. Rivers in the Desert. New York, Grove, 1960.

  330. Moyer, Elgin. Who Was Who in Church History. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1964.

  331. Martyr, Justin. Apology 1:48.

  332. Shelley, Rubel. Prepare To Answer. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1990.

  333. Unger, Merrill F. Archaeology and the New Testament. Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1962.

  334. laeWnM;[i, lae WnM;[i Immanuel meaning God with us, a predicate adjective describing who the Messiah is, never used as a title, Isaiah 7:14, 8:8. Adjective describing who Jesus is at his human birth: God in the flesh: Matthew 1:21-23, 6005; from WnM;[i With-us, 5973a, & lae El, God, 410, short for !yhiloa> Elohim, 430. 1/605, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  335. Kruse, Dale P. The Bible: God’s Word Absolutely. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  336. WnteWmd]Ki according-to-our-likeness. Noun: feminine singular construct with first person common plural suffix, 1823a; from K] according to, 3510, & tWmD] likeness, 1823. Genesis 1:26. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  337. kardiognwvsth" heart-knower, knower of the heart. Noun: masculine singular nominative, 2589; from kardiva heart, 2588, & ginwvskw to know, 1097. Acts 15:8. 2/213, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  338. metanoevw 1) to repent, repentance: to turn away from sin, our ways and self rule back to God's ways and rule over our lives. Repentance involves: first, confessing our sins, Matt 3:6, making straight our ways, Matt 3:3, and then bringing forth fruit showing that we have truly repented, Matt 3:8, a change of behavior. To turn away from something, to change one’s way of life as the result of a complete change of thought and attitude with regard to sin and righteousness, in the N.T. always sin; to undergo a change in frame of mind and feeling and principle, to repent; a change of heart and mind away from self and sin and toward God and holiness; a change for the better, an amendment, and always of repentance from sin; to reform, heartily to amend with a hatred toward one’s past sin; Matthew 3:2, Luke 17:3-4. Verb: 1 person singular, 3340; from metav in, with, by means of, 3326, & noievw to perceive with the mind, observe; to mark attentively, 3539. 2/266, 4/560, 5/808, 26/CD, 26/CD, 28/CD30/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  339. ajrsenokoivth" homosexual, sodomite, a male who have sexual intercourse with other males. Noun: masculine singular, 733; from a[rrhn or a[rshn male, 730, & koivth sexual intercourse, 2845. 2/53, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  340. povrno" fornicator, whoremonger, one who practices sexual immorality, someone who has voluntary sex with someone else outside the bounds of marriage. Noun: masculine singular, 4205. 2/337, 5/368, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  341. moiceiva adultery, a married person having sexual intercourse with someone other than their mate. Noun: feminine singular nominative; from moiceuvw to commit adultery, 3431. Galatians 5:19. 2/272, 5/14/2, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  342. pisteuvw 1) to believe, give credit to, to be persuaded of, place confidence in, Mark 1:15, 16:13, Luke 24:25. 2) intransitive: to believe, have a mental persuasion, Matthew 8:13; 9:28; James 2:19. 3) to believe, be of opinion, Romans 14:2. 4) in N.T. pisteuvein ejn, eij", ejpiv, to believe in or on, Matthew 18:6, 27:42, John 3:15, 16, 18. 5) absolute to believe, be a believer in the religion of Christ, Acts 2:44; 4:4, 4:32, 13:48. 6) transitive to intrust, commit to the charge or power of, Luke 16:11, John 2:24. 7) passive to be intrusted with, Romans 3:2; 1 Cor 9:17. Verb: 1 person singular, 4100; from pivstis faith, belief, firm persuasion, 4102. 2/314, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  343. ajpeiqevw 1) to refuse belief and obedience, disobey, John 3:36, Rom 10:21. 2) to be uncompliant. Verb: 1 person singular, 544; from ajpeiqhv" disobedient, 545. 2/37, 26/CD, 26/CD, 28/CD, 30/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  344. ktivsi", ew", hJ 1) properly: a framing, founding. 2) in N.T. creation, the act of creating, Rom 1:20. 3) creation, the material universe, Mark 10:6, 13:19, Heb 9:11, 2 Peter 3:4. 4) a created thing, a creature, Rom 1:25, 8:39, Col 1:15, Hebrews 4:13. 5) the human creation, Mark 16:15, Romans 8:19, 20, 21, 22, Colossians 1:23. 6) a spiritual creation, 2 Cor 5:17, Galatians 6:15. 7) an institution, ordinance, 1 Peter 2:13. Noun: feminine singular nominative, 2937; from ktivzw to create, 2936. 2/242, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  345. Latourette, Kenneth Scott. A History of Christianity, Vol. II. New York: Harper & Row, Pub., 1975.

  346. Moody, Dale. The Word of Truth. Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1981.

  347. Martin, Walter. How to Witness to Mormons (Cassetts). Santa Ana: Vision House Publishers, Inc, 1976.

  348. pa'", pa'sa, pa'n 1) all. 2) in the singular all, the whole, usually when the substantive has the article, Matt 6:29, 8:32; Acts 19:26. 3) without the article everyone without exception, Matt 3:10, 4:4; Luke 16:16, Col 1:17. 4) plural all, Matt 1:17. 5) pavnta in all respects, Acts 20:35, 1 Cor 9:25, 10:33, 11:2. 6) by a Hebraism, a negative with pa'" is sometimes equivalent to oujdeiv" no one, nothing; or mhdeiv" nobody, no one, nothing, Matt 24:22; Luke 1:37; Acts 10:14; Rom 3:20; 1 Cor 1:29, Eph 4:29. Adjective: masculine singular nominative, 3956. 2/311, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  349. Gonzalez, Justo L. A History of Christian Thought, Vol. III. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1975.

  350. Vedder, Henry C. Balthasar Hubmaier. New York: AMS Press, 1971.

  351. proorivzw 1) to predetermine, ordain-beforehand. 2) to foreordain, appoint beforehand. Verb: 1 person singular present active indicative, 4309; from prov before, 4253, & ojrivzw determine, 3724. Eph 1:5. 2/345, 5/722/17, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  352. Kruse, Dale P. Jesus Is the Answer to Your Needs. Tulsa, OK: Layman’s Evangelism Ministry Book Series; Copyright © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  353. zwhv 1) spiritual life of deliverance from spiritual death, qavnato", 2288, the penalty of sin, John 6:51. 2) life, living existence, Luke 16:25, Acts 17:25. 3) the final life of the redeemed, Matthew 25:46. 4) life, source of spiritual life, Jesus, John 5:39, 11:25, Col 3:4, 1 John 1:2. Noun: feminine singular nominative, 2222; from zavw to live, breathe, be among the living, 2198. 2/181, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  354. ejnerghv" energetically affective. Adjective: masculine singular nominative, 1756; from ejn in, 1722, & e[rgon deed, work, action. Heb 4:12. 2/139, 5/766/2, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD/1756, 1722, 2041.

  355. dii>knevomai to penetrate, pierce, go through. deponent Verb: nominative present active masculine singular. (diav through & iJka[nov" befitting; sufficient, enough. 2/200; 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD/1223, 2425). 2/101, 5/752/6, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD/1338.

  356. ejnquvmhsi" conscious reasoning, deliberation, the act of thought, cogitation, reflection. Noun: Femine singular nominative; from ejnqu'meomai, 1760. (ejn in, with, by; Preposition, 1722 & qumov" a strong passion or emotion of the soul; anger, wrath; 2372). 2/140, 5/981/19, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  357. e[nnoia purpose, intention. Noun: femine singular, 1771; from ejn in, with, by, 1722, & noevw to perceive, observe, to mark attentively, from nou'" mind, intellect, 3563. 2/141, 180; 5/518/3; 28/CD; 31/CD; 37/CD.

  358. yhiy] let-there-be. Verb, qal imperfect, third person masculine singular apocopated, 1961a; of hy:h;, 1961. Genesis 1:3. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  359. yucikov" pertaining to the soul; motivated and controlled through the soul. Adjective: masculine singular nominative, no degree or a positive degree, 5591; from yuchv, 5590. 1 Cor 2:14. 2/443, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  360. !yhila> hw:hy] Yehovah-Elohim. A compound name of God meaning: Yehovah-God. Name of God, 3068a; from 3068 and 430. Genesis 2:4. 1/171, 28, 26; 31/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  361. kuvrio" jIhsou'" Cristo;" Adonai-Jesus-Christ n. A Compound Name of Jesus, 2962a2; kuvrio" Adonai n, 2962, !Ihsou'" Jesus n, 2424, & Christ n, 5547. 2 Thess 2:16. 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  362. yn:doa} Adonai meaning: the Lord, Lord, my-Lord. Adonai, an intensive plural of Adon, 113, meaning “lord” which expresses divine dominion. Adonai is often substituted as a title for and refers to Yehovah, 3068, especially in prophecy and poetry. As in the case of its first use by Abraham in Genesis 15:2 it is often compounded with Yehovah as Adonai-Yehovah indicating that Elohim was the husband and Master of His people Israel. Adonai is also used in a proper name as in Adoniyah, 138, meaning “Yehovah is Lord” first used in 2 Samuel 3:4. Proper name masculine 1st person singular or plural or possessive with the possessive pronoun being neglected. Sometimes regarded as an adjective termination meaning ruling, governing to explain for example yD'v'Ayn"doa} Adonai-Shaddi meaning: Lord-Almighty. Adonai is used some 300 times in the Old Testament and emphasizes divine sovereignty. The term is related to Kurios, G2962, meaning “Lord” in the New Testament. It is almost always in the plural and possessive meaning my-lords, and confirms the idea of the trinity found in the name Elohim. The original term Adonai refers to men in the Bible 215 times. When referring to God it speaks of His ownership of the human race. Proper Noun: masculine singular, 136; an emphatic form of @wdoa; lord, master, firm, strong, 113; and from @WD & @yDi to rule, govern, 1777. 1/147-148; 5/617/2; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  363. New International Bible: 1996, c1984. Grand Rapids: Zondervan.

  364. The New American Standard Bible: 1977, c1960. Chicago, IL: Moody Press.

  365. King James Bible. The 1769 edition of the 1611 Authorized Version.. Bellingham WA: Logos Research Systems, Inc.

  366. fusikov", hv, onv 1) natural, agreeable to nature, Rom 1:26, originally produced by nature. 2) following the instinct of nature, as animals, 2 pet 2:12. Adjective: masculine singular nominative, 5446; from fuvsi" nature, 5449. 2/432, 4/908, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  367. pneumatikov" that which pertains to the spirit; motivated and controlled through the spirit. Adjective: masculine singular nominative, 4152; pneu'ma, 4151. 1 Cor 15:44. 2/331, 5/688/5, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  368. H'wloa>, H'loa> Eloah meaning: God, object of worship, false god. Eloah signifies The Adorable or Worshipful One. There are about 60 occurrences of this particular name, the first of which is in Deuteronomy 32:15-17. Eloah is the plural form of Elohim. Eloah is characteristic of the Book of job, being used more often here, some 41 times, than elsewhere in the Old Testament. Generally, this distinctive divine name stands for the nature and expression of the only living and true God, the object of all testimony and worship. Noun: masculine singular, 433; probably prolonged (emphat.) from lae, 410. Daniel 11:37. 1/28, 26; 5/418/5; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD, 73/8-9.

  369. zwhv 1) spiritual life of deliverance from spiritual death, qavnato", 2288, the penalty of sin, John 6:51. 2) life, living existence, Luke 16:25, Acts 17:25. 3) the final life of the redeemed, Matthew 25:46. 4) life, source of spiritual life, Jesus, John 5:39, 11:25, Col 3:4, 1 John 1:2. Noun: feminine singular nominative, 2222; from zavw to live, breathe, be among the living, 2198. 2/181, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  370. yuchv Soul , Hebrew vp,n<, the heart, mind and emotions of man. Man’s Soul is the means by which he has self-consciousness, relationship with self. Second, it is the medium between the spirit and the body. Third, it is what man becomes and manifests through his physical body in personality, vocation, and lifestyle as a result of, one, heart response to what he has learned through his mind body, conscience, and emotions; two, through what he has received from God through his spirit; and three, as a result of those abilities and talents God has chosen to give him individually. Man’s Mind an organ of the soul, is his computer by which he stores information gained through his five senses--the body, spirit, soul, conscience, heart, and emotions. Man’s Heart , kardiva — 2588, the essence of his soul, is the part of man which decides how he will respond to what he has learned through his spirit, soul and body; through his mind; through gifts and manifestations of the Holy Spirit; through the promptings of his conscience; and through his emotions. It is the volitional part of man. That which animates the body in both men and animals. Noun: feminine, 5590; from yuvcw, 5594. 2/443, 5/918/4, 28/CD, 31/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  371. bivo", ou, oJ 1) Biological-physical-life. 2) the means of sustaining biological-physical life. 3) the present state of existence, thus also livelihood, possessions, sustenance, maintenance, substance, goods. Noun: masculine singular nominative, 979. 2/70, 4/122, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  372. hm;v;nÒ breath, spirit. 1) breath. 2) life; meton. a living thing. 3) spirit of man. 4) anger. noun fem. singular, 5397; of mv'n: to breath, pant, 5395. Gen 2:7. 1/567, 566; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  373. pneu'ma 1) spirit, spiritual being such as the Holy Spirit or man’s spirit capable of knowing, desiring, deciding and acting. 2) wind, breath of nostrils or mouth. 3) a spirit as in angel or demons who can possess a human being. 4) The spiritual nature of Jesus which is higher than the highest angels and equal to God, the divine nature of Christ. 5) God’s Spirit, for God is spirit, John 4:23-24. 6) The Holy Spirit, the third Person of the Trinity. Noun: neuter singular nominative, 4151; from pnevw to breathe, to blow, 4154. 1 Thess 5:23. 2/331, 5/923/5, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  374. hY:j' life, living creature. Noun: fem. sing of masc, 2416b; from yj', 2416. Gen 2:7. 1/256, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  375. !yYIj' lives. noun masc. pl., 2416d; from yy'j; to live, life, 2416c, of yj', 2416. Gen 2:7. 1/256, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  376. j'Wr 1) Ruach, Spirit of God, wind, breath, spirit, breath of air, air, gas; spirit, disposition as troubled, bitter, discontented; prophetic spirit; God’s spirit departing at death, disembodied being. 2) spirit of man. Noun: masculine singular, 7307; from j'Wr, 7306. 1 Chron 12:18. 1/678, 5/924/2, 3; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD. *j'Wr Ruach, Spirit of God, breath, spirit, wind. Aramaic com dec; Noun, feminine & masculine singular, 7308; from j'Wr, 7306. Gen 1:2. 1/678; 5/924/2, 3; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  377. vp,n< soul, soul-life, self-consciousness. Man’s Soul is the means by which he has self-consciousness, self-awareness, relationship with self. Second, it is the medium between the spirit and the body. Third, it is what man becomes and manifests through his physical body in personality, vocation, and lifestyle as a result of, one, heart response to what he has learned through his mind body, conscience, and emotions; two, through what he has received from God through his spirit; and three, as a result of those abilities and talents God has chosen to give him individually.The whole view of the Bible is that the life of man is his soul and that the soul itself is man himself. The two passages in the Bible Matthew 16:26 and Luke 9:25 makes this plain. Watchman Nee, in his book The Spiritual Man, comments concerning these two passages: “This signifies that the Holy Spirit is using Matthew to explain the meaning of ‘himself’ in Luke and Luke the meaning of ‘soul’ in Matthew. Man’s soul is the man himself, and vice versa.”48/41 The soul is the essence of man himself, the medium between his spirit and body. The spirit has no access to the body except through the soul and then only with the soul’s initiated cooperation. In the same way, the body has no access to the spirit. Man’s soul is also the means by which man carries out God’s will and plan for his life. Jesus reveals his will for our lives though our spirits. The soul then decides whether it will carry it out through the body or not. The Old Testament identifies man’s soul with his blood: “Only flesh1320 with its soul5315c, its blood1818a, you shall not eat” (Genesis 9:4, Leviticus 17:11-14). Blood flowing through man’s veins represents that he is physically alive. As long as we are physically alive and the blood is flowing, the potential of the full development of our souls, as Jesus intended, has the potential of being realized. But if murdered or our blood is shed (Gen 9:4-6) the potential of what we could have become and accomplished in Christ is destroyed. Jesus shed his blood, gave up his earthly soul-life, so that our souls might be saved. Sin takes place in the soul. Watchman Nee writes, “We should carefully note that the soul is where man expresses his free will and exerts his own mastery. The Bible therefore often records that it is the soul which sins. For example, Micah 6:7 says, ‘the sin of my soul.’ Ezekiel 18:4, 20 reads, ‘the soul that sins.’ And in the books of Leviticus and Numbers mention frequently is made that the soul sins. Why? Because it is the soul which chooses to sin.”48/48-49 Because it is the soul that sins, therefore it is the soul that needs to be atoned for. Moses wrote, “You give the heave-offering of Yehovah to make atonement for your souls” (Exodus 30:15). “For the soul of the flesh is in the blood; and I have given it to you upon the altar to make atonement for your souls, for it is the blood that makes atonement for the soul” (See also Numbers 31:50). Isaiah 53:10-12 tells us that Jesus poured out His Soul, shed His blood, to redeem our souls. Sin also destroys the potential of the soul. This is why the writer of Proverbs states “He who commits adultery with a woman is lacking heart; he who would destroy his soul does it.” (Prov 6:32). It takes discipline and self-control over one’s emotions and lusts to develop his soul-potential. Sin weakens the will (Heart) resulting in lack of discipline and self-control and thus frustrating the soul-potential or destroying it all together. Jesus, in talking about the soul, said, “If anyone wishes to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me. For whoever wishes to save his soul shall lose it; but whoever loses his soul for My sake shall find it. For what will a man be profited, if he gains the whole world, and forfeits his soul? Or what will a man give in exchange for his soul? For the Son of Man is going to come in the glory of His Father with His angels; and will then recompense every man according to his doing” (Matt 16:24-27). Jesus explains clearly that our soul is developed through surrender of our lives and will to His will. To pursue our own course according to our own will leads to ultimate destruction of our soul; that is, destroys the potential of what Jesus intended. Jesus said, “It is the Spirit who creates-life126; the flesh profits nothing” (John 6:63). In Matthew 16:24-27, Jesus is also telling us that if we will not compromise in our walk with him when man shuts the door in our face through natural means, that He will Himself make sure that our soul is developed as He intended. He will make the way (Prov 29:25; 1 Pet 2:23, 4:19). The Apostle John said, “Beloved, I pray that in all respects you may prosper and be in good health, just as your soul prospers.” (3 John 2). As we allow Jesus to develop our talents and abilities according to His purpose and plans for our lives, which is our soul development, there will be a market for what we have and thus financially and materially we will prosper. (Deut 30:9-10). I believe this involves the maturity of our character as well. Noun: feminine singular, 5315; from vp'n: to take a breath, refresh oneself, 5314. Gen 2:7. 1/558, 5/917/2, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  378. rx,yE to form, frame, imagination, mind; conception, thought, purpose. noun: masculine singular, 3336; from rx'y:, 3335. Gen 6:5, Isaiah 26:3. 1/339, 5/367/2, 27/CD. *!d;a; Adam meaning: from the ground; man, human being. Created B.C. 4004. Name of the first man created by God, 120. Gen 1:26. !d'a; to be red, ruddy. 1/7, 5/13; 27/CD. *hm;v;nÒ breath, spirit, spirit of man. noun fem. sing., 5397; of mv'n: to breath, pant, 5395. Gen 2:7. 1/566; 31/CD, 37/CD.72. *!yYIj' lives. noun masc. pl. Gen 2:7. yy'j; to live, life. 1/256, 27/CD/2416c. *hY:j' life, living creature. fem. sing of masc. Gen 2:7. yj', yy'j; to live. life. 1/256, 27/CD/2416b. *vp,n< soul, soul-life, self-consciousness. Noun: feminine singular. Gen 2:7. vp'n: to respire, take breath or be refreshed by a current of air. 1/558, 5/917/2, 27/CD/5315, 5314.

  379. Matthew 25:13-30.

  380. rc;B; 1) flesh. 2) rc;B;AlK; all flesh meaning all physically living creatures of both man and animal. 3) flesh of blood relations, Gen 2:23. 4) flesh, meaning in bondage to the bodly appetites and desires, Gen 6:3. 5) flesh, meaning depending on the strength of men rather than God, Jer 17:5. 6) body of both man and animals. Man’s Body is the means by which he has world-consciousness and is the means by which he relates to and communicates with the physical world through his five senses. Second, it is the means through which his soul carries out Jesus’ love and plan for his life outlined in the Bible and revealed through his spirit through union with the Holy Spirit. Third, it is the means by which he gives expression of his soul-life. This is the reason for the resurrection, because our bodies are the means through which we are able to give expression of our soul life. The lost are also resurrected, and the damnation of Hell is that they are no longer able to develop or give expression of their soul-life through the body. This is what is meant by the destruction of the soul: Destruction meaning no means to develop or express their inward soul forever; absolute permanent frustration of development and expression of the soul through the body: Hell. Jesse Penn-Lewis, in his book Soul & Spirit, says the following about the constitution of man: “Tertullian, one of the Church Fathers who wrote in the early centuries of the Christian era, calls the ‘flesh’—or physical being—‘the body of the soul’, and the soul ‘the vessel of the spirit.’ The soul stands between the spirit and the body, for ‘direct communication between spirit and flesh is impossible; their intercourse can be carried on only by means of a medium’—the soul being that medium.” Noun: masculine singular, 1320; from rc'B; to anounce, declare, 1319. 1/123, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD, 52/138. *hj;b]ai threatening of the sword; slaughter, flesh, meat, slaughtered meat. Noun: feminine singular, 19; from root jb'a; apparently meaning to turn, not used. Ezek 21:20. 1/3, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD. *raev] 1) flesh. 2) body. 3) blood-relation, kindred. 4) food, aliment, Ex 21:10. 5) figuratively flesh for physical power. 6) self. Noun: masculine singular, 7607; from ra'v; to remain, 7604. 1/696, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  381. sw'ma 1) a living or dead physical body of both man and animals. 2) the bodies of planets and stars, heavenly bodies. 3) body of men; spiritual body, 1 Cor 15; soulish body, 1 Cor 15; mystically the body of Christ, Eph 5. 4) Of the body that casts a shadow, in contrast to the skiva the thing itself, the reality, Col 2:17. Noun: neuter singular nominative, 4983; from swvzw to save, 4982. 1 Thess 5:23. 2/395, 5/102/15, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD. *savrx 1) Flesh, humanity, human race, man, Matthew 24:22, Luke 3:6, John 1:13-14, 17:2. 2) fellow-countrymen, kindred, Romans 11:14. 3) flesh descendant, lineage, Romans 1:3, 9:3. 4) flesh referring to this life, 1 Cor 7:28. 5) flesh refering to the appetite and desires of the body, Galatians 5:16-17, 24; Romans 8:3, 5. 6) flesh referring to humanity born into the world with a soul and body but devoid of spirit, John 3:6. 7) flesh referring to self and confidence in the strength of self through the soul and body, self motivated and controlled, rather than by the Holy Spirit through our human spirit, John 6:63, Romans 7:5, 2 Corinthians 7:5, Galatians 2:23, 29, 3:3; Ephesians 2:11; Philippians 3:3; Colossians 2:18; Hebrews 9:13-14. 8) flesh referring to the physical body, Matthew 19:5, Luke 24:39, Acts 2:31, 1 Corinthians 15:39, Hebrews 9:10. Noun: feminine singular nominative, 4561. 2/363, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD. *crwv" the skin, the body. Noun: masculine singular nominative, 5559; from croiav skin. Acts 19:12. 2/440, 4/926, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  382. John 14:6, 6:27.

  383. Wnmel]x' our image, likeness. Noun, first person common plural, 6754a; !l,x,, 1754. Gen 1:26. 1/645, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  384. rk;z: male. Noun, masc. sing, 2145; from rk'z:, 2142. Gen 1:27. rk'z:. 1/238, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  385. hb;qenÒ female, woman, female child, female animal. Noun, feminine singular, 5347, a primitive root; bq'n: , 5344. Gen 1:27. 1/560, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD/5347.

  386. savrkino" pertaining to the flesh, fleshly, flesh motivated and controlled. Adjective: masculine singular nominative, 4560; from savrx flesh, 4561. 2/, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD

  387. ajnakrivnw 1) to discern, judge. 2) question, examine. Verb, 350; from ajnav in the midst, 303, & krivnw judge, determine, 2919. 2/23, 5/257/7, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  388. twaob;X]h' hwIhyÒ @/da Adonai-Yehovah-of-hosts meaning: Lord Yehovah of hosts. A compound name of God, 113a; from @wdoa; Lord, 113, hw:hoyÒ Yehovah, 3068, & ab;x; hosts, 6635a. Isaiah 10:16. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD. *twaob;X]h' hwIhyÒ yn:doa Adonai-Yehovah-of-hosts meaning: Lord Yehovah of hosts. A compound name of God, 136b; from 136, 3068 and 6635a. Amos 9:5. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  389. !yhiloa> Elohim 1) When referring to the God of the Bible, Elohim is a singular plural universal term for God meaning: These-are-El (lae El meaning God, 410), These-are-God. Rabbi Bechai, in his commentary on Genesis 1:1 (p. 1, col. 2) explains that the word !yhiloa> Elohim is compounded of two words, !h these, and la God. Together they mean “These are God,” thus indicating the Triune nature of God. The plural is expressed by the letter yod ( y). In Genesis 1:1 it is treated as a singular noun because it is followed by a singular verb ar;B; (He Created) in which is the first indication of the Triune nature of God in the Bible. It is not referring to 3 individual gods meaning 1 + 1 + 1 = 3 gods as is taught in Mormonism; but of one God of one essence manifested in three persons that are 1 x 1 x 1 = 1 God; thus why it is used in Deuteronomy 6:4 “Hear, O Israel! Yehovah our-Elohim, Yehovah is One!” It refers to the one and only True God, and in English versions of the Bible is inadequately rendered “God”. Like its English equivalent, it is, grammatically considered, a common noun, and conveys the notion of all that belongs to the concept of deity, in contrast with man (Num 23:19) and other created beings. It is appropriate to cosmic and world-wide relationships, Genesis 1:1, because there is only one supreme and true God, and he is a Person. Elohim also approaches the character of a proper noun, while not losing its abstract and conceptual quality. 2) the term elohim when followed by a plural verb means gods and at times in the Bible is used when referring to pagan gods, judges, the great, the mighty, and some times angels. Noun: masculine singular plural, 430; plural of H'wloa>, 433. 1/28, 26; 32/CD; 5/412/4; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD, 58/99.

  390. @d,[e Eden meaning: delight, pleasure. Personal name: masculine singular, 5731; from @d,[e delight, 5730. Gen 2:15. 1/588, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  391. dbo[}l' to cultivate, till; of a vineyard, to dressit; to work, labor. Verb: qal infinitive, 5647a; of db'[;, 5647. Gen 2:15. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  392. [l;xe, fem. h[;l]x' side, rib, beam 1) rib of man. 2) rib; pl. t/[l;x] ribs of a building, wood planks for paneling a wall, 1 Kings 6:15, 7:3. 3) side of a man, also of inanimate things; pl. t/[l;x], contruct t/[l]x' sides; pl. !y[il;x] sides or leaves of a duble door. 4) a side-chamber; also a series of side-chambers of the temple structure. 5) rib of a hill or ridge. 6) rib, plank, board of cedar or fir. 7) leaves of door. 8) side of the ark. Noun: feminine singular, 6763. 1/645, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  393. hV;ai 1) woman opposite of a man. 2) wife. 3) female of animals. 4) pronoun: each every. Noun: feminine singular, 802; of Vyai, 376. Gen 2:22. 1/49, 36-37, 23; 5/1065/1; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  394. Leviticus 20; Matthew 15:18-20; 1 Cor 6:9-10, Matthew 5:17-20, Hebrews 13:4.

  395. ht;P; 1) to open wide, Prov 20:19 wyt;p;c] htPo babbler. 2) proposition to be open, ingenuous; hence to be (easily) persuaded, enticed, Deut 11:1; participle active simple, silly. Piel 1) to persuade, entice. 2) to deceive, seduce. Hiphil to make wide, to enlarge, with l], Genesis 9:27. Verb: 3rd masculine singular, 6601. 1/636, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  396. hl;WtB] bethoolaw meaning: a virgin meaning: a girl or woman who has never had sexual intercourse, virginity. Noun: feminine singular, 1330; lt'B;, an unused root. Exodus 22:16. 1/125, 5/1026/1, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD. *hm;l][' 1) Virgin, Isaiah 7:14, Song of S. 1:3, 6:8. 2) young-woman, Exodus 2:8, Psalm 68:25, Proverbs 30:19. 3) marriageable but not married. Noun: feminine singular, 5959; from !l,[, young-man, 5958. 1/601, 5/1026, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  397. parqevno" A virgin meaning: a girl or woman or man who has never had sexual intercourse. Noun: masculine or feminine, singular, nominative, 3933, of unknown origin. Matt 1:23. 2/309, 5/1016, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  398. povrno" fornicator, whoremonger, one who practices sexual immorality, someone who has voluntary sex with someone else outside the bounds of marriage. Noun: masculine singular, 4205. 2/337, 5/368, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  399. moicov" 1) an adulterer; a married person having sexual intercourse with someone other than their mate, 1 Cor 6:9, Gal 5:19. 2) Spiritually: spiritual-adulterer someone who is faithless in their relationship with God, ungodly, James 4:4. Noun: masculine singular, 3432. 2/272, 5/14/3, 26/CD, 28/CD31/CD, 37/CD.

  400. Repentance involves confessing our sins to God, making right our wrongs confessed, and then bring forth fruit in keeping with repentance. Matthew 3:1-12.

  401. vWB to be put to shame, be ashamed, be disconcerted, be disappointed. Qal 1) to feel shame. 2) to be ashamed, disconcerted, disappointed. Piel to delay in shame. Hiphil 1) to put to shame. 2) to act shamefully. 3) to be ashamed. Hithpael to be ashamed before one another. Verb: 3rd masculine singular, 954. 1/71, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  402. See Section 4 Chapter 3 titled, “Daily Feeding on Jesus Through the Word” in the basic textbook Evangelism: the Time Is Now! Kruse, Dale P. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  403. @yDi, @WD to strive, contend; judge; to contend, plead; to punish. Verb: third person masculine singular, 1777, a primitive root. Genesis 6:3. 1/147-148; 5/941/3; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  404. gennavw 1) used of men to beget, generate, Matthew 1:2-16. 2) of women to bring forth, bear, give birth to, Luke 1:13, 57. 3) passive: to be born, produced, Matthew 2:1, 4. 4) metaphorically: to produce, excite, give occasion to, effect, 2 Tim 2:23. 5) from the Hebrew meaning to constitute as son, to constitute as king, or as the representative or vicegerent of God, Acts 13:33, Heb 1:5, 5:5. 6) by implication: to be a parent to anyone; passive: to be a son or child to anyone, John 1:13, 1 Cor 4:15. Verb: nominative, 1080; from givnomai to be created, come into existence, 1096. 2/78-79, 5/82/4, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  405. a[nwqen from above, from a higher place, John 3:3, 3:31. 2) of time: from the first or beginning, Acts 26:5. 3) from the source, Luke 1:33. 4) again, anew, John 3:3, 7; Galatians 4:9. 5) with a preposition: the top, or upper part, Matthew 27:51. Adverb: 1 person singular, 509; from a[nw up, upwards, above, on high, 507. 2/34, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  406. zwopoievw to create or make alive. Verb: 1 person singular present indicative, 2227; from zw'on alive, 2226, and poievw to create or make alive, 4160. zw'on, 2226, & poievw, 4160. 2/183, 5/790/2, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  407. ajkatavluto" indestructible, incapable of dissolution, indissoluble; hence enduring, everlasting. Adjective: masculine singular nominative, 179; from a denotes privation, 1, & a derivative of kataluvw to dissolve, destroy, 2647. 2/12, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  408. Romans 6, Colossians 1:27.

  409. ktivzw 1) properly: to reduce from a state of disorder and wildness. 2) in N.T. to call into being, to create. 3) to call into individual existence, to frame. 4) to create spiritually, to invest with a spiritual frame. Verb: 1 person singular, 2936. 2/242, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  410. ejpiqumiva, as, hJ 1) irregular or violent desire, cupidity, lust. compound word ejpiv upon, over, of authority, 1909, & qumov" to rush, strong passion & emotion, 2372. 2) earnest desire. 3) specially impure desire, lust. 4) metaphorically: the object of desire, what enkindles desire. Noun: feminine singular nominative, 1939; from ejpiqumevw to desire, long for, 1937. 2/156, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  411. Romans 14:17.

  412. proorivzw 1) to predetermine, ordain-beforehand. 2) to foreordain, appoint beforehand. Verb: 1 person singular, 4309; from prov before, 4253, & ojrivzw determine, 3724. Eph 1:5. 2/345, 5/722/17, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  413. Kruse, Dale. Evangelism: the Time Is Now! Basic Textbook. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  414. McDowell, Josh D. The New Evidence that Demands a Verdict. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishers; © 1999 by Josh D. McDowell.

  415. Geisler, Norman; Howe, Thomas. When Critics Ask. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books; © 1992 by Norman L. Geisler and Thomas A. Howe.

  416. Augustine. City of God.

  417. Montgomery, John W. History and Christianity. Downers Grove: Inter-Varsity Press, 1971.

  418. Peters, S. E. The Harvest of Hellenism. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1971.

  419. Warfield, Benjamin B. Introduction to Textual Criticism of the New Testament. Seventh edition. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1907.

  420. Schaff, Philip. Comparison to the Greek Testament and the English Version. Rev. ed. New York: Harper Brothers, 1883.

  421. Kenyon, Frederic G. Our Bible and the Ancient Manuscripts. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1941.

  422. Davidson, Samuel. Hebrew Text of the Old Testament, 2nd ed. London: Samuel Bagster & Sons, 1859.

  423. Earl, Ralph. How We Got Our Bible. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1971.

  424. Archer, Gleason. Survey of the Old Testament. Chicago: Moody Press, 1964.

  425. Wilson, Robert Dick. A Scientific Investigation of the Old Testament. Chicago: Moody Press, 1959.

  426. Wilson, Robert Dick. Speaker’’s Source Book.

  427. Josephus, Flavius. “Flavius Josephus Against Apion,” Josephus, Complete Works. Grand Rapids: Kregel Pub., 1960.

  428. Frontier Research Publications: P.O. Box 470470; Tulsa, OK 74147-0470

  429. qeovpneusto" God-breathed, inspired by God. adjective: feminine singular nominative, 2315; from qeov" God, 2316 & pnevw to breathe, blow, 4154. 2 Tim 3:16. 2/193, 4/403, 5/517; 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD/2315.

  430. ejpivlusi" a compound word: ejpi, 1909, meaning: upon, over, of authority & luvw, 3089, meaning: to loosen, unbind, unfasten; thus combined means: authority to loose, liberate or release; met. explanation, interpretation of what is enigmatical and obscure. gen. sing. Noun: Feminine singular nominative, 1955; 2/153, 255; from ejpiluvw, 1956. 2/158, 5/519/7, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  431. givnomai to come into existence; to be created, exist by creation; to be born, produced, grow; to arise, come on, occur; to come, approach, as morning or evening. Verb: a prolongation and middle voice from a primary verb. 2/78, 5/73/11, 28/CD, 31/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  432. fevrw 1) to bring. 2) to conduct. 3) to bear, endure. 4) to uphold, maintain conserve. 5) to bear, bring forth, produce. 6) to bring forward, advance, allege. 7) to offer, ascribe. 8) absolute used of a gate to lead, Acts 12:10. 9) passive: to be brought within reach, offered, 1 Pet 1:13. 10) to be brought in, to enter. 11) to be under a moving influence, to be moved, be instinct, 2 Peter 1:21. 12) middle: to rush, sweep, Acts 2:2. 13) to proceed, come forth, have utterance, 2 Peter 1:17-18, 21. 14) to proceed, make progress. 15) used of a ship to drive before the wind, Acts 27:15, 17. Verb: 1 person singular, 5342. 2/423, 28/CD, 31/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  433. ferovmenoi to bear, carry, bring forth. Verbal Adjective: masculine plural nominative participle present passive, 5342L; of fevrw, 5342. 2 Peter 1:21. 31/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  434. lalevw 1) to speak, make vocal utterance; to babble, to talk. 2) in N.T. absol. to exercise the faculty of speech; to discourse, to make an address. 3) to make announcement, to make a declaration; to make mention. 4) to speak, address, preach. 5) to give utterance to, to utter. 6) to declare, announce, reveal. 7) to disclose. Verb: 1 person singular, 2980. 2/245, 5/922/28, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  435. Lockyer, Herbert. All the Messianic Prophecies of the Bible. Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, Copyright © 1973 by Hebert Lockyer.

  436. rb,[e Eber meaning: a shoot. B.C. 2285. per name of the son of Shelah. Gen 11:14. rb'[; to pass over, as a river. 1/582-585, 5/287.

  437. !h;r;b]a' Abraham meaning: father of a great multitude, B.C. 1996, which God gave him after He established the covenant of circumcision. He was a native of Ur of the Chaldees, and descended through Eber in the 9th generation from Shem the eldest son of Noah. He was also the progenitor of the Hebrews, and of several other tribes. !h;r;b]a' is a compound word: ba; father & !h; riches. (!r;b]a' Abram his original name meaning: father of height. Compound word: ba; Father & !r;, !Wr high. Gen 1126. 1/5, 1-2, 678-679). pr name of the son of Terah. Gen 17:5. ba;. 1/1-2, 5/8.

  438. Sanhedrin, folio 97, verso. Maccabees, Book 2.

  439. Josephus, Flavius. The Works of Flavius Josephus. Translated by William Whiston. Grand Rapids: Associated Publishers and Authors, Inc., 1860.

  440. Talmud, Jerusalem, Sanhedrin, fol. 24, recto.

  441. LeMann, M. M. Jesus Before the Sanhedrin. Translated by Julius Magath. Nashville: Southern Methodist Publishing House, 1886.

  442. Fallows, Samuel. Bible Encyclopedia and Scriptural Dictionary. Chicago, Illinois: Howard-Severance Co., 1914.

  443. Kruse, Dale P. Understanding Your Salvation In Jesus. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  444. Kruse, Dale P. Why A Layman’s Evangelism Program is Not an Option. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  445. Schaff, Philip, ed. The Creeds of Christendom. 6th ed., 3 vols. New York: Harper, 1931; Grand Rapids: Baker, 1990 reprint.

  446. Kruse, Dale P. Relationship With Jesus The Key To Effective Ministry . Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 1999 by Dale P. Kruse.

  447. Kruse, Dale P. How To Be An Effective Witness On The Job. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  448. Kruse, Dale P. Why All Christians Need Training In Evangelism. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  449. Genesis 17:9-14.

  450. Romans 4:25.

  451. John 7:37-39, 1 Cor 6:17.

  452. Schaeffer, Francis A. 2 Contents, 2 Realities. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 1974).

  453. Goodell, Charles L. Pastoral and Personal Evangelism. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1907.

  454. porneiva 1) Fornication, whoredom; any kind of unlawful immoral sexual activity, illicit sexual intercourse which includes adultery, homosexuality, lesbianism, sex with animals, sex outside of marriage, sex with relatives, and sex with someone not a partner in marriage. 2) it also refers to worshiping or having communication with unclean spirits or so called god’s spiritually other than Jesus Christ, spiritual fornication, the worship of idols, eating something you know has been sacrificed to an idol. Noun: feminine singular nominative, 4202. 2/337, 4/739, 5/368, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  455. Estep, William R. The Anabaptist Story. Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1963.

  456. See note 413. See Basic Textbook on Evangelism, Section 4 titled: Discipleship: Jesus is the Answer to Your Need.

  457. My Advanced textbook on Evangelism, Reference 446, goes into great detail about how to get to the root of a person's problem and then how to know what is the root solution and how to properly minister it whether it concerns Evangelism, Discipleship, a Healing need, or Counseling need.

  458. Hart, Robert L. "Designing a Year-Round Strategy of Lay Evangelism," United Evangelical Action 33. Spring 1974.

  459. Bright, Bill. How to Be Sure You Are a Christian, 2d rev. ed. San Bernardino: Heres Life, 1981.

  460. Kennedy, James D. Evangelism Explosion. Wheaton: Tyndale, 1983.

  461. ajpologiva apologetic, verbal defense; a reasoned statement or argument. 1) as a thing: a speech of defense, reply, Acts 22:1, 1 Cor 9:3. 2) as an action: a) in court, 2 Tim 4:16, Acts 25:16; b) generally of eagerness to defend oneself, 2 Cor 7:11; of defending the Gospel, Phil 1:7, 16, 1 Peter 3:15. 3) excuse. Noun: feminine singualr, 627; the same as ajpologevomai, 626. 2/45, 5/42, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  462. maqhteuvw 1) to be a disciple, follow as a disciple, Matthew 27:57. 2) to make a disciple, to train in discipleship, Matthew 28:19. 3) passive: to be trained, disciplined, instructed, Matthew 13:52. Verb: 1 person singular, 3100; from maqhthv" disciple, 3101. 2/257, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  463. Kruse, Dale. Experiencing Jesus’ Forgiveness Daily. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  464. Romans 14:27.

  465. Kruse, Dale. Heaven & Hell an Absolute Reality. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  466. Bruce, F. F. "Archaeological Confirmation of the New Testament," Revelation and the Bible. Grand Rapids; Baker Book House, 1969.

  467. John 6:38; 7:28, 33; 8:23; 8:42

  468. Baugh, Dr. Carl E. Creation Evidence Museum; P.O. Box 309; F.M. 205 Paluxy Bridge; Glen Rose, Texas 76043.

  469. Khfa'", ap;yke meaning: rock, or stone, another name for the Apostle Peter. Aramaean. Translated into Greek: Pevtro" Peter, "rock" in Greek, 4074. Personal Pronoun: masculine singular nominative, 2786; of Aramaic orgin ap;yKe rock, hollow of a rock, 3710. John 1:42. 2/231, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  470. Kruse, Dale. What Is Eternal Life? Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  471. Shelly, Marshall. “Home Visitation: How Well Does it Work?” Leadership 5. Spring 1984.

  472. Kruse, Dale P. Evangelism: The Time Is Now! Teacher’s Manual. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  473. Kruse, Dale P. How to Bring a Person to Saving Faith in Jesus Christ. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  474. Kruse, Dale. What the Bible Teaches About God, the Universe & Man. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  475. Kruse, Dale. The Literal Historical Reliability of Genesis. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 1999 by Dale P. Kruse.

  476. Kruse, Dale. The Bible: Absolutely Reliable Scientifically. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  477. Kruse, Dale. Spontaneous Generation of Life. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2003 by Dale P. Kruse.

  478. oJmoousion homoousion meaning same substance. Christological term.

  479. dbo[}l' to cultivate, till; of a vineyard, to dressit; to work, labor. Verb: qal infinitive, 5647a; of db'[;, 5647. Gen 2:15. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  480. #a'n: 1) Qal: to commit adultery. 2) spiritually adultery when we turn away from God and His Word and trust in ourselves and men or other religions rather than in the true God which is also idolatry !ypir;T], 8655, 1 Sam 15:23; eijdwlolatriva", 1495, 1 Cor 10:14. 3) Piel #aenI adultery, Jer 13:27. Verb: 3 masculine singular, 5003. 1/529, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  481. ajganaktevw 1) to be indignant, moved with indignation, be very displeased, aroused. 2) to be pained. 3) to be angry, vexed, indignant. 4) to have or manifest indignation. Verb: masculine singular, 23; from agan meaning much and acqos grief from the base of ajgkavlh the arm, 43. Matthew 20:24. 2/2, 5/513/1, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  482. Kruse, Dale P. The Layman’s Evangelistic Church. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 1990 by Dale P. Kruse.

     

 

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