Surveys have shown that when it comes to Religious Articles -----Most can look at a signal article that has been written by
three different People or Religious groups---and that one Article can say the same thing---but slightly worded different--
Yet many in one group will
scrutinize and criticize the others work simply
because they have a bad State Of
about the other one or group---Try not to do that---!!!
All or Most All Newly Revised Bibles can say essentially the same thing
but slightly worded different---
But there is about 5% real differences between
The Two Types of Bibles and those differences are caused intentionally. See Study Below Plus
Those That “Call God the Lord”---Confuses people and helps them develop the “Lord-is-God” mindset. The reader soon convinces himself that the Lord must be one and the same as God. Once you train your mind to believe that the title “THE LORD” means God, it becomes easy to believe that you are reading about God when you are really reading about the Son of God, Jesus Christ. When you read from a Trinitarian biased Bible translation you are mentally conditioning yourself to believe that Jesus Christ is God.
Pride may imply a sense of delight that comes from some act or possession. Frequently, though, pride reflects unseemly self-esteem, a feeling of superiority because of one’s abilities, appearance, wealth, or rank. Such pride is definitely something that we as Christians should guard against. Why? Because we have an inborn tendency to selfishness that we inherited from our forefather Adam. (Gen. 8:21) If we allow pride to grow in our heart, it can develop into a very despicable form of pride called haughtiness. What is haughtiness? A haughty person looks down on others, those whom he or she views as inferior. (Luke 18:9; John 7:47- 7:48- 7:49) Jesus listed “haughtiness” along with other wicked traits that come “out of the heart” and “defile a man.” (Mark 7:20-23 WhatDefilesTheMan.htm) Christians can see how vital it is to avoid developing a haughty heart. I shall remove from the midst of you your haughtily exultant ones.—Zeph. 3:11
The haughty Said to Jesus--- JN 7:20
For The Two Types of Bibles and those differences that are caused intentionally.
Commentary Note— Open AdditionalNote3.htm
(From Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia)
A mindset, in decision science and general systems theory, refers to a set of assumptions, methods and notations that create a powerful incentive to continue to agree with prior conclusions, to use prior tools. It is described as a "mental inertia", or "groupthink", or "paradigm" applying to analysis and decision and solutions, and which is hard to escape.
A well-known example is the "Cold War mindset" prevalent in both the US and USSR, which included absolute trust in two-player game theory, in the integrity of command chain, in control of nuclear materials, and in mutual assured destruction of both in the case of a war. This mindset, usefully, served to prevent an attack by either.
Most theorists consider challenging the assumptions of an embedded power
group to be the key responsibility of the power group itself. Power groups that
fail to challenge their own assumptions regularly enough, cannot hold power, as
no mindset is flexible enough to apply for all future events. The variations in
mindset between Democratic and Republican Presidents, for instance, may have
Modern military theory challenges that mindset and requires dealing with asymmetric warfare, terrorism and proliferating weapons of mass destruction. In combination, these represent "a revolution in military affairs" and require very rapid adaptation to new threats and circumstances. The huge costs of implementing another mindset may be small compared to that of discovering it.
See also: paradigm, risk, probability, notation bias, infrastructure bias, confirmation bias, cognitive bias
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