Deleting 'Elect' In The Bible Paperback
A Reasonable Historical Case for Removal of the Word 'Elect' in the English Bible
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Deleting 'Elect' In The Bible
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It is a reasonable historical case for the removal of the word 'elect' from the English bible
The word 'elect' is translated in the New Testament from the Greek word EKLEKTOS
Every place where EKLEKTOS occurs in the Septuagint (LXX) - the Greek Old Testament version that Christians used for the first few centruries - is shown and thus identify the 24 Hebrew words it translates, then every place each of those Hebrew words is found is quoted, the Greek word used to redner those recognised and a full analysis then reveals beyond any reasonable doubt that both EKLEKTOS and the Hebrew word BACHIR were understood by the early Christian as 'excellent': there is no reasonable case for elect/chosen/selected as a concept to be seen as a meaning for either these two source words.
A must for any bible teacher with responsibiltiy for doctrine
All the source material is present for the reader to see for themselves the full case presented
Deleting 'Elect' In The Bible by Jacques More was published by Jarom Books in November 2015 and is our 52990th best seller. The ISBN for Deleting 'Elect' In The Bible is 9781898158257.
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|Page last updated||23rd July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Jacques More|
|Publisher||Jarom Books (November 2015)|
|Number of Pages||544|