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     kerwin 
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    Quote (Ed J @ May 15 2012,21:22)

    Quote (kerwin @ May 14 2012,21:22)

    Quote (Ed J @ May 14 2012,06:19)

    Quote (kerwin @ May 14 2012,10:18)
    Acts 12:4
    King James Version (KJV)

    4 And when he had apprehended him, he put him in prison, and delivered him to four quaternions of soldiers to keep him; intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people.


    Hi Kerwin,

    I told you already, Herod was not celebrating the Jewish passover, but the 'Ishtar' celebration.

    God bless
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    http://www.holycitybiblecode.org


    Ed J.

    That claim contradicts all the valid and sound evidence I have heard about Herod Agrippa.  It also contradicts the earlier words of the KJV which state:

    Acts 12
    King James Version (KJV)

    3 And because he saw it pleased the Jews, he proceeded further to take Peter also. (Then were the days of unleavened bread.)

    4 And when he had apprehended him, he put him in prison, and delivered him to four quaternions of soldiers to keep him; intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people.

    Don't you know when the Jewish feast of unleavened bread is?


    Hi Kerwin,

    Yes, during the same week as the pagan 'Ishtar' celebration.

    God bless
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    http://www.holycitybiblecode.org


    Ed J.

    Passover occurs during the feast according to Scripture. I have seen no reliable evidence that Herod Agrippa; well liked by his Jewish brethren; would antagonize them so. All reliable evidence reveals otherwise. I have no clue how you found out when Ishtar's celebration occurred.

    #298188
     kerwin 
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    Quote (Ed J @ May 15 2012,21:28)

    Quote (kerwin @ May 14 2012,21:25)

    Quote (Ed J @ May 14 2012,06:16)

    Quote (kerwin @ May 14 2012,10:18)
    Ed. J.

    they like the teachers of the KJV are false translators of God.


    FALSE!

    The “AKJV Bible” translators translated the text “word for word”.

    God bless
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    http://www.holycitybiblecode.org


    Ed. J.

    They translate the same word into different English words.  That is a thought for thought translation.


    Hi Kerwin,

    Please explain what you mean?

    God bless
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    http://www.holycitybiblecode.org


    Ed J,

    One word can mean many different things and the meaning of a sentence can hang on one word.  Translate one word to the wrong meaning and a whole doctrine can be added or subtracted.  

    Easter was a Lutheran holiday celebrating the resurrection of Christ while Passover was the Jewish holiday.  They were intentionally made different times; even before the Lutheran's split off; so not to get confused.  The passage in Acts speaks of Passover that occurred after the resurrection of Christ; and so it is called Easter.  Before his resurrection they translated it Passover.

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     Ed J 
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    Hi Kerwin,

    You believe Herod, the leader of Roman authority in Jerusalem, was celebrating the Jewish passover?
    Your whole argument is one of conjecture – not really any substantial proof, why would you say it is?

    God bless
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    http://www.holycitybiblecode.org

    #298214
     Ed J 
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    Historical Evidence (Link)

    Easter began long before the time of Christ. Easter was the Ishtar celebration. Ishtar,
    Astarte, Ashtoreth were all the same deity and originated from the legends of Nimrod,
    Semiramis and Tammuz. It was a single pagan goddess that was worshiped under
    various names in different countries over the centuries. As we trace the historical
    background of this goddess, we can see where Easter got its name, how our
    modern practice of sunrise worship originated, and why it is always commemorated
    at a certain time each spring. The story of Easter also helps explain where
    Sunday sacredness began, and the origin of virgin worship:

    #298268
     kerwin 
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    Quote (Ed J @ May 16 2012,03:53)
    Historical Evidence (Link)

    Easter began long before the time of Christ. Easter was the Ishtar celebration. Ishtar,
    Astarte, Ashtoreth were all the same deity and originated from the legends of Nimrod,
    Semiramis and Tammuz. It was a single pagan goddess that was worshiped under
    various names in different countries over the centuries. As we trace the historical
    background of this goddess, we can see where Easter got its name, how our
    modern practice of sunrise worship originated, and why it is always commemorated
    at a certain time each spring. The story of Easter also helps explain where
    Sunday sacredness began, and the origin of virgin worship:


    Ed;

    That is a poorly written thesis as it lacks notes. There is some that sounds incorrect; from the Greek religions point of view anyways.

    It has nothing to do with the King James translation as the Lutherans hold Easter to be a Christian holiday. They would certainly not have translated the name of a pagan holiday to it. The Aramaic “pascha” means Passover.

    #298298
     Ed J 
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    Quote (kerwin @ May 16 2012,13:34)

    Quote (Ed J @ May 16 2012,03:53)
    Historical Evidence (Link)

    Easter began long before the time of Christ. Easter was the Ishtar celebration. Ishtar,
    Astarte, Ashtoreth were all the same deity and originated from the legends of Nimrod,
    Semiramis and Tammuz. It was a single pagan goddess that was worshiped under
    various names in different countries over the centuries. As we trace the historical
    background of this goddess, we can see where Easter got its name, how our
    modern practice of sunrise worship originated, and why it is always commemorated
    at a certain time each spring. The story of Easter also helps explain where
    Sunday sacredness began, and the origin of virgin worship:


    Ed;

    That is a poorly written thesis as it lacks notes.  There is some that sounds incorrect; from the Greek religions point of view anyways.

    It has nothing to do with the King James translation as the Lutherans hold Easter to be a Christian holiday.  They would certainly not have translated the name of a pagan holiday to it.  The Aramaic “pascha” means Passover.


    Hi Kerwin,

    They translates πάσχα (pas'-khah) to Easter, because Herod
    was celebrating the 'Ishtar' celebration, not the Jewish passover.
    If you choose not to believe this biblical fact, that is strictly your choice.

    Your brother
    in Christ, Jesus.
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    holycitybiblecode.org

    #298584
     kerwin 
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    Quote (Ed J @ May 16 2012,10:19)

    Quote (kerwin @ May 16 2012,13:34)

    Quote (Ed J @ May 16 2012,03:53)
    Historical Evidence (Link)

    Easter began long before the time of Christ. Easter was the Ishtar celebration. Ishtar,
    Astarte, Ashtoreth were all the same deity and originated from the legends of Nimrod,
    Semiramis and Tammuz. It was a single pagan goddess that was worshiped under
    various names in different countries over the centuries. As we trace the historical
    background of this goddess, we can see where Easter got its name, how our
    modern practice of sunrise worship originated, and why it is always commemorated
    at a certain time each spring. The story of Easter also helps explain where
    Sunday sacredness began, and the origin of virgin worship:


    Ed;

    That is a poorly written thesis as it lacks notes.  There is some that sounds incorrect; from the Greek religions point of view anyways.

    It has nothing to do with the King James translation as the Lutherans hold Easter to be a Christian holiday.  They would certainly not have translated the name of a pagan holiday to it.  The Aramaic “pascha” means Passover.


    Hi Kerwin,

    They translates πάσχα (pas'-khah) to Easter, because Herod
    was celebrating the 'Ishtar' celebration, not the Jewish passover.
    If you choose not to believe this biblical fact, that is strictly your choice.

    Your brother
    in Christ, Jesus.
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    holycitybiblecode.org


    Ed J.

    You are listening to an obvious lie as the translators of the AKJV were Anglicans; and Anglicans believe Easter is the day Christ arose from the dead.

    The word Aramaic “pascha” literally means passover. What is unique is the general text of Acts is Ancient Greek.

    #298609
     Ed J 
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    Quote (kerwin @ May 18 2012,17:35)

    Quote (Ed J @ May 16 2012,10:19)

    Quote (kerwin @ May 16 2012,13:34)

    Quote (Ed J @ May 16 2012,03:53)
    Historical Evidence (Link)

    Easter began long before the time of Christ. Easter was the Ishtar celebration. Ishtar,
    Astarte, Ashtoreth were all the same deity and originated from the legends of Nimrod,
    Semiramis and Tammuz. It was a single pagan goddess that was worshiped under
    various names in different countries over the centuries. As we trace the historical
    background of this goddess, we can see where Easter got its name, how our
    modern practice of sunrise worship originated, and why it is always commemorated
    at a certain time each spring. The story of Easter also helps explain where
    Sunday sacredness began, and the origin of virgin worship:


    Ed;

    That is a poorly written thesis as it lacks notes.  There is some that sounds incorrect; from the Greek religions point of view anyways.

    It has nothing to do with the King James translation as the Lutherans hold Easter to be a Christian holiday.  They would certainly not have translated the name of a pagan holiday to it.  The Aramaic “pascha” means Passover.


    Hi Kerwin,

    They translates πάσχα (pas'-khah) to Easter, because Herod
    was celebrating the 'Ishtar' celebration, not the Jewish passover.
    If you choose not to believe this biblical fact, that is strictly your choice.

    Your brother
    in Christ, Jesus.
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    holycitybiblecode.org


    Ed J.

    You are listening to an obvious lie as the translators of the AKJV were Anglicans; and Anglicans believe Easter is the day Christ arose from the dead.

    The word Aramaic “pascha” literally means passover.  What is unique is the general text of Acts is Ancient Greek.


    Hi Kerwin,

    Herod was celebrating the 'Ishtar'
    celebration, not the Jewish passover.
    Acts was written in Greek, not Aramaic.

    God bless
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    http://www.holycitybiblecode.org

    #298640
     kerwin 
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    Quote (Ed J @ May 19 2012,01:40)

    Quote (kerwin @ May 18 2012,17:35)

    Quote (Ed J @ May 16 2012,10:19)

    Quote (kerwin @ May 16 2012,13:34)

    Quote (Ed J @ May 16 2012,03:53)
    Historical Evidence (Link)

    Easter began long before the time of Christ. Easter was the Ishtar celebration. Ishtar,
    Astarte, Ashtoreth were all the same deity and originated from the legends of Nimrod,
    Semiramis and Tammuz. It was a single pagan goddess that was worshiped under
    various names in different countries over the centuries. As we trace the historical
    background of this goddess, we can see where Easter got its name, how our
    modern practice of sunrise worship originated, and why it is always commemorated
    at a certain time each spring. The story of Easter also helps explain where
    Sunday sacredness began, and the origin of virgin worship:


    Ed;

    That is a poorly written thesis as it lacks notes.  There is some that sounds incorrect; from the Greek religions point of view anyways.

    It has nothing to do with the King James translation as the Lutherans hold Easter to be a Christian holiday.  They would certainly not have translated the name of a pagan holiday to it.  The Aramaic “pascha” means Passover.


    Hi Kerwin,

    They translates πάσχα (pas'-khah) to Easter, because Herod
    was celebrating the 'Ishtar' celebration, not the Jewish passover.
    If you choose not to believe this biblical fact, that is strictly your choice.

    Your brother
    in Christ, Jesus.
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    holycitybiblecode.org


    Ed J.

    You are listening to an obvious lie as the translators of the AKJV were Anglicans; and Anglicans believe Easter is the day Christ arose from the dead.

    The word Aramaic “pascha” literally means passover.  What is unique is the general text of Acts is Ancient Greek.


    Hi Kerwin,

    Herod was celebrating the 'Ishtar'
    celebration, not the Jewish passover.
    Acts was written in Greek, not Aramaic.

    God bless
    Ed J (Joshua 22:34)
    http://www.holycitybiblecode.org


    Ed J,

    Your so called evidence had no citations; therefore depends on the writers own authority.

    Quote
    The translation was done by 47 scholars, all of whom were members of the Church of England.[10]

    Does the Church of England regard Easter as a pagan holiday or a Christian holiday?

    Notice that Wikipedia uses a citation as a witness to support their claim.

    Here is the word translated Easter in Acts 12:4.  It is a word of Aramaic origin.  The 28 other times it is used in the NT the KJV scholars translated it to Passover.

    #381610
     NickHassan 
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    Hi keras,
    In your writings you say
    ” I abridge most verses and remove the parallelisms, to make the message more easily read.”

    Is it wise to do this?
    Are you not TAKING AWAY

    #381611
     NickHassan 
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    Hi Keras,
    And yet you say

    “It is a very sad fact that some people in the church, including the leadership, no longer accept the authority of the Bible. When we pick and choose the Scriptures, it means we miss out on the whole plan of God for this world. In our blindness, we no longer see the deceptions that surround us on every side.”

    #819724
     Ed J 
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    Hi Tim,

    Drop the new age philosophy, it’s getting you NO-WHERE; Tim Kraft!
    Isaiah 42:21 The LORD is well pleased for his righteousness’ sake;
    he (Jesus) will magnify the law, and make it honorable.

    Sin is breaking God’s laws! God’s laws were NOT done away with!
    1John 3:4…sin is the transgression of the law.

    Shame on you if you continue in sin!
    Heb.10:26: For if we sin wilfully after that we have received the knowledge of the truth,
    there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins,

    Do you even know the difference between
    the laws of statutes (contained in ordinances)
    and THE LAW of GOD (the commandments of GOD)?

    Were the 10 commandments done away with? Of course NOT!

    Deut.6:1-2 Now these are the “commandments”, the “statutes”, and the “judgments”,
    which the LORD(YHVH) your God commanded to teach you, that ye might do them
    in the land whither ye go to possess it: That thou mightest fear the LORD thy God,
    to keep all his statutes and his commandments, which I command thee, thou, and
    thy son, and thy son’s son, all the days of thy life; and that thy days may be prolonged.

    In the mount of transfiguration we find three people who illustrate these three.

    Moses: The Commandments; “10” Old and the “2” New.
    Elijah: The Judgments; rewards and punishments.
    Jesus: The Statues; Jesus fulfilled the statues
    (contained in ordinances), and done away with them.

    Eph.2:15: Having abolished in his flesh the enmity,
    even the law of commandments contained in ordinances;
    for to make in himself of twain one new man, so making peace.

    God bless
    Ed J
    PS. 10-2 Has “Fractal” counterparts:
    The tribes: 10 Northern and 2 Southern

    Hi T8,

    How have you been buddy? Here is a Good video on this subject:

    #819726
     t8 
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    Thanks Ed. I will look at this today.

    #819730
     Ed J 
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    Hi T8,

    What he says in time-line 35:10 goes against this verse…

    “to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord” (2 Cor 5:8)

    ____________
    God bless
    Ed J

    #819748
     t8 
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    Agreed. Placing the comma there does appear to contradict that scripture.

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