Cross Plus-Pole-Stake or Tree- Open stauron  REFERENCES: with- TheCrossSymbolSyndrome.htm Conclusion.

The Apostles- And we are (5748) witnesses of all things which he (Jesus) did (KJV Acts 10:39 open (1)ASV In Context

         (2) KJV Acts 10:34-43 In Context  and Acts10:39.NASB. Acts 4 thru 6 Acts 5:30 stake. New Simplified Bible. Open NSB

 

Start with Hebrew Verses and Crucifixion and Compare Greek & Hebrew (Open) tree and cross and stauron

Deut 21:22 21:23  Joshua 8:29 10:26-10:27- Is it true that People That Wear Crosses or have Crosses have a False Sense of Security? Read the entire disclosure—Examine--The Original Bible or as Originally Written By the Inspired Writers of the Holy Scriptures. What Real True Christian Wants the Bible They Read To Use---Second Meaning Unoriginal Words—Ask Your Self – Must Bible Publishers Stick To Original Word Meanings –And Make The Second (Word) Meanings a Foot Note and Not Vice Versa—Most Have No Foot Note at all for the No. 1 (One) Meaning of stauron stauros. That is Amazing. Keywords are ecclesiastical form  of a two beamed " cross "in Vine’s below.Vine’s [cross, crucify.-It is amazing what Publishers and Translators will do to Serve Traditional Ecclesiastical Doctrines. Ecclesiastical- definition-open Ecclesiology PlusEcclesiastical

  

Strong’s No’s 4716 Open stauron (Greek to English) for the N0.1 Meaning.

  1. an upright stake, esp. a pointed one ---Strong’s No’s 4716 Open stauron
  2. a cross
    1. a well known instrument of most cruel and ignominious punishment, borrowed by the Greeks and Romans from the Phoenicians; to it were affixed among the Romans, down to the time of Constantine the Great, the guiltiest criminals, particularly the basest slaves, robbers, the authors and abetters of insurrections, and occasionally in the provinces, at the arbitrary pleasure of the governors, upright and peaceable men also, and even Roman citizens themselves
    2. the crucifixion which Christ underwent

-         SBTNoticed The Accuracy of N0. 1—in the above definition –Plus-2a says nothing about

-         Two Pieces

The Letter b—Does not state whether it is for 1 or 2a --but a person could think it applies too No. 2 which is a second means (form) of crucifixion, a later rendering. Read on and this will be explained. And there are several verses that just read TREE. NASB Makes most all TREE verses Cross now.

Most Bibles Have No Foot Note at all for the No. 1 (One) Meaning of stauros. stauron  That is Amazing.

 It should be The Second (Word) Meanings is a Foot Note.

Check for Foot-Notes in your favorite Bibles --Compare the Old American Standard Bible to the

 New American Standard Bible.It’s here below continuing reading!! TREE R688 Galatians 3:13  

The New Revised Standard Version Acts 5-29-30 (RSV) 299 But Peter and the apostles answered,

 "We must obey God rather than any human authority.

(1)  Meaning--an upright stake, esp. a pointed one –You can open all verses below --

then down to the verses that say tree in Vine’s Strong’s No’s 4716 stauron. Compare Statues In- Ps 115:8 Open In Context

The New Testament Greek Lexicon <

stauro/v

 

from the base of (2476)

Open each Acts (RSV) In Context  and Acts 5:29 NASB 5:30

But Peter and the apostles answered, "We must obey God rather than men.

The New Revised Standard Version F44

30 The God of our ancestors raised up Jesus, whom you had killed by hanging him on a tree.

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                                                                             Compare B2.S Bibles

An upright stake is the Original Manuscript Meaning stauron N0 (1) Strong’s No’s 4716 Compare B2.S Bibles—open B2.

 

Here’s One Example Open Acts 4 thru 6 Acts 5:30 Original Manuscript Meaning stauron  stake                                                     

 

The God of our fathers raised up Jesus, whom you killed. You hanged him on a stake. New Simplified Bible.

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Click-on [tree]Vines (b) of "the cross," <2,,3586,xulon> the tree being the stauros, the upright pale or stake to which Romans nailed those who were thus to be executed, Ac 5:30 KJV OPEN -; Ac 10:39 Ac 13:29 Gal. 3:13; In Context 1 Pet. 2:24 KJV

<2,,3586,xulon> C
"wood, a piece of wood, anything made of wood" (see STAFF, STOCKS), is used, with the rendering "tree," (a) in, 23:31 where "the green tree" refers either to Christ, figuratively of all His living power and excellencies, or to the life of the Jewish people while still inhabiting their land, in contrast to "the dry," a figure fulfilled in the horrors of the Roman massacre and devastation in A.D. 70 (cp. the Lord's parable in Luke 13:6-9; 13:6 see Ezek. 20:47, and cp. Ezek. 21:3); 20:47

 

For KJV Cross Verses Open cross&section=0&translation=str&sr=1&Enter=Perform+Search  

For definition open this cross, and tree, 1Pe 2:24 Who his own self bare (5656) our sins in his own body on the tree,

Open stauron.Greek cross, English

 

KJV/W/Strong’s open THE In Context http://www.studylight.org/  in each verse printed.

Acts10:39 In Context  And we are (5748) witnesses of all things which he did (5656) both in the land of the Jews, and in Jerusalem; whom they slew (5627) and hanged (5660) on atree: (a tree is listed as an second meaning open tree:)

 second meaning to what? Read on!!   Greek included for those that can read it.

kai hmeiv marturev pantwn wn epoihsen (5656) en te th xwra twn Ioudaiwn kai [en] Ierousalhm; on kai aneilan (5656) kremasantev (5660) epi culou.

 

Acts 5:30 In Context   The God of our fathers raised up (5656) Jesus, whom ye slew (5668) and hanged (5660) on a tree.

o qeov twn paterwn hmwn hgeiren (5656) Ihsoun, on umeiv diexeirisasqe (5668) kremasantev (5660) epi culou;

Gal 3:13 In Context - Christ hath redeemed (5656) us from the curse of the law, being made (5637) a curse for us: for it is written (5769), Cursed is every one that hangeth (5734) on atree:

 

ACTS 5:30KJV The God of our fathers raised up (5656) Jesus, whom ye slew (5668) and hanged (5660) on a tree.   

 

NASB/W/Strong’s

Open 5:30

"The God of our fathers raised up Jesus, whom you had put to death by hanging Him on a cross.

 

NOTICE HOW THE NASB Has changed the word tree to fit the Constantine Traditional Word Cross.

To Open Click on 5:30  NASB >

"The God of our fathers raised up Jesus, whom you had put to death by hanging Him on a cross.

o qeov twn paterwn hmwn hgeiren (5656) Ihsoun, on umeiv diexeirisasqe (5668) kremasantev (5660) epi culou; 

 

How See The Original American Standard Version Acts 5:30 tree

Open on In context

Act 5-30 ASV

5:30 - [In Context] The God of our fathers raised up Jesus, whom ye slew, hanging him on a tree.

(OLD American Standard tree.)

of "the cross," the tree being the stauros, the upright pale or stake

The point is why some verses tree and other verses read cross –and some tree—Bible Dictionaries say pole or stake

Gal-5-11 Open Click on cross ---You get the same definition. tree.

 

Gal-5:11 But I, <brethren, if I still preach circumcision, why am I still persecuted ? Then the stumbling block of the cross has been abolished.

egw de, adelfoi, ei peritomhn eti khrussw, (5719) ti eti diwkomai? (5743) ara kathrghtai (5769) to skandalon tou staurou. 

Most All Proclaimed Christian Churches are Stuck In Man Made Tradition Instead of Original Inspired Scripture----Why

Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words ---Answers vines.html<A-1,Noun,4716,stauros> 
stauros
> denotes, primarily, "an upright pale or stake." On such malefactors were nailed for execution. Both the noun and the verb stauroo, "to fasten to a stake or pale," are originally to be distinguished from the 
ecclesiastical form  of a two beamed "cross." The shape of the latter had its origin in ancient Chaldea, and was used as the symbol of the god Tammuz (being in the shape of the mystic Tau, the initial of his name) in that country and in adjacent lands, including Egypt. By the middle of the 3rd cent. A.D. the churches had either departed from, or had travestied<, certain doctrines of the Christian faith—Why

 In order to increaase the prestige of the apostate ecclesiastical system pagans were received into the churches apart from regeneration by faith, and were permitted largely to retain their pagan signs and symbols. Hence the Tau or T, in its most frequent form, with the cross-piece lowered, was adopted to stand for the "cross" of Christ. Vine’s [cross, crucify.

 

It is amazing what Translators will do to Serve Tradition

The International Standard Bible Enncyclopedia

(stauros, "a cross," "the crucifixion"; skolops, "a stake," "a pole"): number=T2426

The name is not found in the Old Testament. It is derived from the Latin word crux. In the Greek language it is stauros, but sometimes we find the word skolops used as its Greek equivalent. The historical writers, who transferred the events of Roman history into the Greek language, make use of these two words. No word in human language has become more universally known than thisword, and that because all of the history of the world since the death of Christ has been measured by the distance which separates events from it. The symbol and principal content of the Christian religion and of Christian civilization is found in this one word. number=T2426

Imitating the Customs of the Pagan Nations with their Pagan Symbols---

How Can Jesus’ Father Yahweh Be Pleased With That -?

When in Doubt –Keep it out-- Or Through it out

References

http://www.thewordsofeternallife.com/cross.html AND http://reslight.net/cross.html http://www.searchgodsword.org/enc/isb/view.cgi?number=T2426    DictionaryExample.htm

http://www.seedofabraham.net/cross.html  

                                                                            Conclusion in TheCrossSymbolSyndrome.htm

Click on Verse Court Chapters for verses KJV (28) - cross, 28; NAS (27) - cross, 27;  Open cross

 and stauron   

 

 Verse Count

KJV

NAS

 

Matthew

5

Mark

5

Luke

3

John

4

1 Corinthians

2

Galatians

3

Ephesians

1

Philippians

2

Colossians

2

Hebrews

1

 

Matthew

5

Mark

4

Luke

3

John

4

1 Corinthians

2

Galatians

3

Ephesians

1

Philippians

2

Colossians

2

Hebrews

1

 

 

 

 

Conclusion in TheCrossSymbolSyndrome.htm