Explaining logical proofs. When a Bible is Translated Accurately to the Best that man has done –it can be Explained Logically---
just as Paul was doing to the Jews when he was proving that Jesus was the Christ. Bible –Explaining--- Explaining.htm
LUKE Chapter 1
1 Since many others have already taken on the job of putting together a statement of the facts of the things we believe 2 as they were given to us by those who were eyewitnesses from the earliest [times] and by caretakers of the message, 3 it seemed good for me to trace everything accurately from the start, then write it down (for) you in the order that it happened, mighty Theophilus, 4 so you can feel confident about the things you’ve been taught by word of mouth. 2001translationLuke#_Luke
22 --But Saul’s power kept growing and he really confused
the Jews who lived in
because he gave them logical proofs that [Jesus] is the Anointed One. 2001translation /ACTS.htm
But Saul kept increasing in strength
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If you go to a Church that uses Bible Translations--That have Mysterious Innuendo’s in them –Then You will be Taught Mysterious
Innuendo Teachings –That is only Logical—Right?---But Read---John1oneWebsiteBeliefnet.htm
Figures of speech have been classified into a number of different categories. Most figures originated out of centuries of philological commentary on ancient texts, and so most are named from Greek or Latin, as they originally were meant to classify grammatical peculiarities of those languages.
Rhetoric (from Greek ρητωρ, rh괴r, "orator") is one of the three original liberal arts or trivium (the other members are dialectic and grammar). While it has meant many different things during its 2500-year history, it is generally described today as the art of persuasion through language. Rhetoric can describe a persuasive way in which one relates a theme or idea in an effort to convince.
in[nu[endo 7in#y1 en$db8 ( in yoo en do) Webster’s
pl. -[does or -[dos 5L, by nodding to, abl. of ger. of innuere, to nod to, hint < in-, in + -nuere, to nod
< IE base *neu-, to jerk, beckon,
nod > Sans n;vatc, (he) turns, L numen, a nod6
1 Law explanatory material set forth in the complaint in an action for libel or slander which
explains the expressions alleged to be libelous or slanderous
2 an indirect remark, gesture, or reference, usually implying
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Not Even the Demons Called Jesus ----God the Son--2001translation. /LUKE.htm#_Luke#_Luke
Dead -ASAP- as soon as possible
So they could get back to Ruling (John 12 -28-31) because Jesus was Exposing them Verbally.
In philosophy, transcendental experiences are experiences of an exclusively human nature that are other-worldly or beyond the human realm of understanding.
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