Gentile is a misnomer
“We run into the same problem with the word “Gentile,” which seems to be the illegitimate stepchild of the word “jew.” Strictly speaking, the words “jew” and Gentile are not mistranslations, because they are not even translations; they are transliterations or Anglicizations (that is, making a foreign word appear in English form, as is done with most all proper nouns). (and worse still, they are second-hand Anglicizations).
One of the problems with the word misrendered “Gentile” is that it is not a proper noun but a generic, collective noun. It should not be translated “Gentile” (a misleading word), and should NEVER be used in reference to a single individual because the word exists only as a collective noun. (This difference can be understood by realizing the distinction between the words person and people. Clearly the world person is an individual noun; while people is a collective noun (which itself can also exist in the plural; for example, many peoples). Continue reading “True Covenant Quotes & Jayd’s Debate Manual”
And Esau hated Jacob because of the blessing wherewith his father blessed him: and Esau said in his heart, The days of mourning for my father are at hand; then will I slay my brother Jacob.
Esau is Edom.
As it is written, Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated.
And I hated Esau, and laid his mountains and his heritage waste for the dragons of the wilderness. Whereas Edom saith, We are impoverished, but we will return and build the desolate places; thus saith the Lord of hosts, They shall build, but I will throw down; and they shall call them, The border of wickedness, and, The people against whom the Lord hath indignation for ever.
And the house of Jacob shall be a fire, and the house of Joseph a flame, and the house of Esau for stubble, and they shall kindle in them, and devour them; and there shall not be any remaining of the house of Esau; for the LORD hath spoken it.
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Fables, folklore, legends, stories, myths, and historiography warning children of the adversary:
Throughout the ages of time, Adamic man has been leaving clues for his grandchildren in the hope of teaching them to identity and avoid their life long enemy.
In these pharisee tales you will find breadcrumbs that lead to a better understanding of our adversary.
5. Jack and the Beanstalk
6. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
10. Hansel and Gretel
14. The Legend of Zelda
15. James and the Giant Peach
16. Oliver Twist and Fagin
17. Smurfs and Gargamel
19. Snakes and Serpents
20. Lord of the Rings
21. The Holy Bible (that old dragon, a brood of vipers, the slithering serpent)
22. Pinocchio (Stromboli)
23. The Game of the Goose (Der wandernde Jude)
24 Jack the Ripper
26. Sprites, Elves, Fairies (Pharisees)
27. The Smith and the Devil
28. The Jew in the Brambles
29. Three Little Pigs
Grimm’s Fairy Tales
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