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posted ago by JesusCampos411 ago by JesusCampos411 +28 / -0

“There is NO Biblical context to what is happening in our world today!”

Ezekiel‬ ‭21:21: “For the king of Babylon (Antichrist) stands at the parting of the way, at the head of the two ways, to use divination. He shakes the arrows; he consults the teraphim; he looks at the liver.”

“Strange, why would the Antichrist want to study the liver? Sounds like cellular biology to me 🧬…”

A Recently published article about the Vax side effects: “But a new bio-distribution study from Japan tracked the vax and spike proteins. It gets into the blood within days of vax, accumulates in spleen, brain, bone marrow, LIVER, adrenal glands, with high concentrations in OVARIES. A Spike protein is a pathogenic toxin that causes damage if in circulation, binds to platelets, epithelial cells of blood vessels, clotting, bleeding, heart problems, brain blood clotting.”

“Oh, that’s why. Well what about ovaries?! You crazy conspiracy theorists think there is Biblical grounds for your stances… prove it!”

Hosea 9: 7-14: “The days of punishment have come; the days of recompense have come; Israel shall know it. The prophet is a fool; the man of the spirit is mad, because of your great iniquity and great hatred. The prophet is the watchman of Ephraim with my God; yet a fowler’s snare is on all his ways, and hatred in the house of his God. They have deeply corrupted themselves as in the days of Gibeah: he will remember their iniquity; he will punish their sins. Like grapes in the wilderness, I found Israel. Like the first fruit on the fig tree in its first season, I saw your fathers. But they came to Baal-peor and consecrated themselves to the thing of shame, and became detestable like the thing they loved. Ephraim’s glory shall fly away like a bird— no birth, no pregnancy, no conception! Even if they bring up children, I will bereave them till none is left. Woe to them when I depart from them! Ephraim, as I have seen, was like a young palm planted in a meadow; but Ephraim must lead his children out to slaughter. Give them, O Lord— what will you give? Give them a miscarrying womb and dry breasts.” ‭

“For by pharmekia were all nations deceived” -Revelation 18:23

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FreedomFan1975 2 points ago +2 / -0

I am taking a Bible class right now, and this past week's lesson was about the vast differences between the King James Version of the Bible and all the others. Pastors from my church have actually sat down to read different excerpts from each of the versions compared with the KJV, and found that so much language has changed, not just to update for current vernacular, but actual chapters were completely missing from the newer versions. So just FYI, I had no idea until I took this class either, and I wonder how many other Christians are unaware as well. I guess that's why I felt compelled to ask.

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Flowerpotz 2 points ago +2 / -0

People can make this comparison on their own, possibly using free online Bible resources like Blue Letter Bible or Bible Hub... King James was translated with an eye to retaining some of the beauty of the context while other were more word for word efforts.

If whole chapters are missing, I would certainly be suspicious of whatever version does that...but for instance, the Complete Jewish Bible numbers verses more consistently with the Tanach, the Old Testament/Torah, so lists both modern use of numbers and that.

Chapters and verse numbers were NOT part of the original text, but added many years later.

One must be careful as to whether the comparison is between translations or paraphrased Bibles, too. Comparing versions for nearly 20 years now, we have found many small issues, some even pointblank translated the opposite from another.

Different versions are written for different reading/comprehension levels as well...for instance, NIV was written for something like a 6th grade reading level...so word choices to accommodate limitations can also slant a translation. Worldview can also cause translators to interpret something in a particular way.

The first century believers accepted Enoch 1 as part of the canon of Scripture for another example. And the Douay-Rheims, known as the Catholic Bible, includes a number of books that were rejected by protestant translators....so if the comparison is made with these, it would seem some books/chapters have been left out.

It is a very complex issue to be certain.

The main message of Messiah's work for our salvation does not change in all we've seen here.

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Andy_Man45 2 points ago +2 / -0

If whole chapters are missing, I would certainly be suspicious of whatever version does that

Most of the modern versions omit this

1 John 5:7 KJV For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.

NASB, ESV, NIV

7 For there are three that testify:

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Flowerpotz 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh, how interesting! The clarity about the witness of 3 in heaven is omitted; leaving only the reference to the three on earth as witness in next verse. This translation missed the chiastic structure or parallelism which would seem to have been intended here.

I will have to look into that more fully!

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uk-thinker 1 point ago +1 / -0

But that is only one verse. I am no fan of NIV or translations based on the same underlying Greek and do not use them. However, I am not aware of 'whole chapters' missing can you please provide examples.

BTW the other way of looking at 1 John 5:7 is that the KJV has added it.

WE have three issues with the Bible, Transmission, Translation and Understanding of Greek/Hebrew from the time it was originally written.

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JesusCampos411 [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

👍 KJV is good but can be hard to understand the vernacular, I use NLT for readability but KJV for study. Good to avoid NIV the message, and the passion versions.

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FreedomFan1975 3 points ago +3 / -0

You are right about it being hard to understand - that's literally why I'm taking the class! :) Yes the NIV seems to be the most removed from what I'm learning.

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Acemageddon 3 points ago +3 / -0

There have been studies and in reality the KJV is the easiest to understand. I do agree though that it is not as compelling to read due to the old English.

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Andy_Man45 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't want to start any version wars but the words of the KJV come right off the pages and into my heart. My former niv bible never did that.

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Acemageddon 2 points ago +2 / -0

Agreed. God’s word is powerful, reading any Bible is better than anything man ever wrote. God bless you anon.