His Name Is One

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Virtualbookworm Publishing, 2003 - 132 pàgines
When we read an English translation of the Bible we define the words within it according to our modern vocabulary allowing our culture and language to influence how we read and interpret the Bible. The Bible was written by ancient Hebrews whose culture and language was very different from our own and must be read and interpreted through their eyes. When we define the names of God using our culture and language we lose the Hebraic meanings behind the original Hebrew names of God. Consequently the true nature and character of God is hidden behind the veil of time and culture. By understanding the various names of God through the vocabulary and language of the ancient Hebrews, the nature and character of God is revealed to us in a new light. The prophet Zechariah described the character of God with the words "sh'mo ehhad" translated as His Name is One (Zechariah 14:9). This phrase beautifully describes the character of God from a Hebraic perspective that is lost to us through translation and unfamiliarity with ancient Hebrew culture.
 

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Introduction
1
Name
4
One
19
His name is One
24
Spirit
28
God
32
El Shaddai
43
Yahweh
49
Father
80
Savior
89
Shepherd
97
Creator
103
Jealous
106
Everlasting
109
Holy
110
Conclusion
112

Lord
61
Angel
67
King
74
Hebrew Alphabet
116
Bibliography
119
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