RulePart2-The GWGPNC Rule1 MOST BE FOLLOWED

OF PRODUCT A MORE  ACCURATE BIBLE Open & Study

Rule.htm Who is Jesus SBT Notes-- No Bible is totally accurate

that is the main reason why SBT started the Site –

But the SBT Library acknowledges there is enough accuracy

 in The Non-Trinity/Oneness Based Bibles to understand

what it takes to gain salvation.  Also see Bibles-Two-Types 

and go BestBiblesPlusbThe Biggest error in all Bibles is

that they are not consistent in using the right Capitol G or

small g throughout the entire Bible so as for readers to 

Understand who JehovahOrYahweh is and who the Son of God

(Jesus) is--- compare to allthe other so-called gods—see 

Ref’s iWhat Is a god-T/O ‘sand-IFCS-Only The God and

Father of (Jesus) is of printed with a Capitol G.

 Ref’s in GOD or god  JehovahOrYahweh

Three Worst Mistakes are in 

(1) Isaiah 9:6 (2Jn 1:1 and (3Jn 20 :28 –

all three of these verses should be rendered with a small g.

They should read as follows or the Bible contradicts itself

R/in see Rule.htm  RulePart2.htm

(1) Isaiah 9:6

For unto us a child is born unto us a son is given

and the government shall be upon his shoulder and his name 

shall be called Wonderful Counsellor The mighty god 

The everlasting Father The Prince of Peace 

Lexicon http://scripturetext.com/isaiah/9-6.htm 

<< 409 410. 'el (ale) 411 >> Ref’s in Strong’s Lexicon   

(2) Jn 1:1

In the beginning was the Word and the Word

was with God and the Word was god

θεέ θεοί θεοῖς θεόν θεός θεοῦ θεοὺς θεῷ -θεός  

noun - nominative singular masculine theos  theh'-os:  

a deity; figuratively, a magistrate; by Hebraism, very –

exceeding, God, (god) (-ly, -ward) Ref’s in

 http://scripturetext.com/john/1-1.htm--

-http://scripturetext.com/genesis/1-1.htm

Open god and take that it is strictly left up to the Bible Publisher

to print a Capital G  God or a small g (god).b Shortened from 

'ayil; strength; as adjective, mighty; especially the Almighty

(but used also of any deity) -- God (god),X godly, X great,

idol, might (-y one), power, strong. Compare names in "-el." 

see HEBREW 'ayil

(3John-20-28.htm

And Thomas answered and said unto him My

Lord and my god θεός noun - nominative singular masculine
theos  theh'-os:  a deity; figuratively, a magistrate;

by Hebraism, very -- exceeding, God, (god) (-ly, -ward).

 Ref’s in John-20-28.htm

 

SBT Believes it can get the truth out of any Bible

by using good Bible Dictionaries and Bible

Encyclopedias

And the New Bibles Foot-Notes see 

1SMALLintroduction

And JesusHasTwoBeginningsBothScriptural.