September 24, 2017

Open John-1-1-Page for introduction. Open-[3D] For a Definition of 3-Main Differences in the John1:1 [Theology]

and The Best Solution to what is the right Open-G or g.-without-[G]rammatical Greek Rules. For Quick List Without References Open John-1-1-Plus

Trinity Revisional Updates1. Plus In the beginning there was the Word. The Word was with The God and

The Word was GOD John-1-1-Is-A-One-Verse-Occult-Why-So.htm  Ask any question and YOU will receive the best answers available.

Write the librarian@simplebibletruths.net This SBT Page has 7Bibles with Full Factual References. View SBT index.htm

The Three Worst Mistakes In All Bibles Are.  (1) Isaiah 9:6 (2)) John 1:1 and (3) John 20:28  all three of these verses should be rendered with a small g.

 

August 15, 2012

John-1-1a-Introduction.htm

John 1:1a -There is no evident that John 1:1 was use to at the Nicene council meetings 325/381 to declare the Word  Jesus to be-GOD

The Nicene council meetings declare Jesus to be GOD because of the miracles that he did 292 years earlier—For Details Open 58.htm  

John 1:1a. Any difficulty in understanding this verse is intentionally caused by the translators and Bible Publishers--Why?

Introduction For Those That Like Excellent Details. SBT  Disclosure Concerning John 1:1 and all verses.

Most Bible Scholars like to argue or debate about what is the right Grammatical rules to use in Jn 1:1.

SBT Declares Context IThe Final Truth Arbiter.

1.

Context-the parts of a written or spoken statement that precede or follow a specific word or passage,

usually influencing its meaning or effect: dictionary.reference.Context

The SBT Biblical Library Acknowledges That the Context of a verse in harmony with the overall composite of cross references

of any one giving verse is the final truth arbiter-- followed with a good Foot-Note of what has been done.

Then the readers can agree or disagree with the Footer or do research on it. The GWGPNC harmony Rule.htm

          (1)  In the beginning there was the Word and the Word was with God and the was God. Compare verses 14 and 18

                  (2)  Or the Word was with God and the was god---with a small g--R/in 70-John-1-1-Truths. 

                                                                     Or

                  (3)  -----------------------------The Word  was a god R/in a.htm others have printed

Godlike, Devine or something else R/in 70-John-1-1-Truths and More R/in open Word and a.htm tells why it is OK to add the a

 

                                                      All three are correct Why?

                                                                              The Answer Is

At 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 distinction that we today make between” God” and “god” could not be made, and the Context became 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

Hebrew Bible -- open Septuagint Picture of Manuscript Page

 Compare SolaScriptura.htm  Ref Sola scriptura-Reads (Latin ablative, "by scripture alone") is the assertion that the Bible

as God's written word is self-authenticating, clear (perspicuous) to the rational reader, its own interpreter ("Scripture interprets Scripture"),

and sufficient of itself to be the final authority of Christian doctrine.- SolaScriptura.htm.

That Simplifies a verse as to what is the correct word or words a Bible Publisher can use after they have seen the best

 Bible Dictionaries and words usage options. Ref in Best Bible Dictionaries Plus. Study the a’s Bible Publishers use open a

 

For the arguments or debates about what is the right Grammatical rules Open Ref in GrammaticalAnalysis.htm Anarthrous.

Also Bible Readers need to understand the Ref in (open) T/Os & GS and Foot-Nootes.

Grammatical rules are limited sometimes when translating one language to another language. Examples below of  of an Anarthrous.

 

Ref in Wikipedia about  God or god and all-capital letters. Reads.

Two issues need to be remembered as regards the original text. First, old Greek manuscripts of the Bible are in capital letters only.

Second, the word theos ithe original text cannot grammatically have the definite article (Compare John-10-35-& [5] ) and has similar usage of Greek word

Theos (god), with and without ho (the) when describing human rulers as "gods".Ref .Wiki/John_1:1#Translation. Ref WrittenInAllCaps

More about this below

Theos (θεός) is the Greek word for "god".deity, god, God god#Old_EnglishDivinitygod (word) 

Synonyms (of or pertaining to a god): deificgodlikegodly Grammatical rules are limited sometimes when translating one language to another language

Examples— of God a God- θεός- and- God/god -Theology in Harmony see below verses cited. Definition of the Word of1

ʌvɒvUnstressed əv or, especially before consonants Dictionary.reference.com/browse/of God is a Spirit and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth--Strongsnumbers.com/greek/4151.htm  a Spirit.

****Ia Bible-Publisher can use an a at Jn 4:24 a can be used it in Jn 1:1. Bible-Publishers  Discretion. Jn 1:1 is all about Bias Theology. ****

Ref in Jn1-1AndTheRansomSacrifice.htm From pneo; a current of air, i.e. Breath (blast) or a breeze; by analogy or figuratively,  a Spiriti.e-

God is a Spirit- a Is at The Bible-Publishers Discretion. Strongs4151.htm

1.

of1 (used to indicate distance or direction from, separation, deprivation, etc.) Dictionary.reference.com/browse/of

Examples. In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was of God --θεός--God/god.

At The Bible-Publishers Discretion. Dictionary.reference.com/browse/of

  of God --θεός--God/god -Theology in Harmony see below verses cited.

Of is the same as from –Jesus was from God. Ref in Prov 8-22

GR

Without the article.  In reference to a noun.  Anarthrous nouns are generally translated in English with the indefinite article ("a, an").  However, some anarthrous nouns are qualitative and are often translated without an article.  See Articular. From

For ananswer.org/ Glossary.htm#Anarthrous

Compare

1. Without joints, or having the joints indistinct, as some insects.

2. Used without the article; as, an anarthrous substantive.

 

Etymology: Anarthrous \An*ar"throus\, adjective. [from Greek expression 'a`narqros without joints, without the article; 'an priv. 'a`rqron joint, the article.

Examples (references)

In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God --θεός--God/god--At The Bible-Publishers Discretion.

In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was godo a god-- At The Bible-Publishers Discretion.

God is a Spirit and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth -- Biblos.com/john/4-24.htm -- << John 4:23 >> --

BiblePublishersAccountableToWho.htm

Any difficulty in understanding this verse is intentionally caused by the translators and Bible Publishers--Why?

At the time the New Testament was writtenGreek manuscripts were written in all capital letters.

The upper and lower case letters were not blended as we do today. Thus, the distinction that we today make between

” God” and “god” could not be made, and the context became the judge in determining to whom “THEOS” (GOD) referred at the time the New Testament was written.

In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God --θεός--God/god--At The Bible-Publishers Discretion.

In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was godogod--At The Bible Publishers Discretion.

and get the truth about what Bible Publishers do and what most don’t do to make this verse perfectly clear.

Any difficulty in understanding this verse is intentionally caused by the translators and Bible Publishers--Why? &

More Why(s) in the article

Open John 1:1a

Theology in Harmony at The SBT Biblical Library from Gen/1-1-Gen 1:26- 3:22- Prov 8-22 to Rev 1:1- 11:1- Rev 22-16-21

And Heb 13:8- Matt 28:18 - John/17-5 -Col/1-15.