T/YHWH“THEOS”G or g-GOD-or-god- When is it Proper toPrint a Capital G or a small g
John 1:1-AnyDifficulty in Understanding John 1:1 is (Openintentionalfallacy) Caused By The
TranslatorsAndBible PublishersWhy? To start
with. Most all BiblePublishers Do not print anyAccurate Foot-Notes explaining why they
god, or a god, Or something else. For the history
of Foot-Notes openFooterJpg.
Next.There Is Only One Word for GODin theGreekLanguage“THEOS”. GOD-or-god, Capital G or Small g MakesNo Difference to the Greeks
SoHere’s The Factsabout the three (and more) ways Bible
Publishers have printed John 1:1
(1)In the beginning
there was theWordand the Wordwas withGod and the was God.
Compare verses 14 and 18
the time the New Testament was written, Greek manuscripts were written in all
capital letters, no separation of words, no sentences, no punctuations marks.
The upper and lower case letters were not blended as we do today. Thus, the distinctionthat we today make between” God” and
“god” could not be made, and the Contextbecame the judge in determining to whom “THEOS” referred at the time the New Testament was
written, Greek manuscripts were written in all capital letters--All Manuscripts
Were Written In AllCaps.htm--the wasGod is Nicene--Creed
SBT Note --The real issue here for all Serious Bible Students is the
lack of all Bible Publishers to Foot-Note (Footer Jpg.explains all) the
aboveAll the above Starting with- Any
difficulty in understanding this verse is intentionally caused by the
translatorsandBible PublishersOpenFooter Jpg. (Footer Jpg.explains all)
make things worse The to try justify their use of Unbiblical Words they slowly had words in the Oringinal hand written
manuscripts the scroll and roll the the printed Bible Changed
Facts under Wordare ,Is Jesus God?Age, Eternal, Perpetual, Everlasting,
Immortal, or Forever?
Cross or Pole?,
The Kingdom,Satan, Devil, Lucifer, BeelZebub,Resurrection,Scroll or Book of Life, (See Revelation 20:2-6).Demons,Day of the Lord,Bless or Praise?,The Last Days,Cosmos or
Advocate, Helper, Comforter, or Savior? The Greek word ParaCletos (pronounced: para-clay-toss
People or Men?, The Greek word anthropois,which is usually translated as
men, actually refers to man as the species, not necessarily to the gender; so,
we have often translated it as people, to show that gender may not be implied
in a particular case.
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