Old Bible

Hell’s Scholar’s Corner

December 8, 2010 6

Introduction The original “Authorized Version” of the King James Bible contained the word “Hell” only 54 times from Genesis to Revelation. The New King James Bible contained the word “Hell” only 32 times and the American Standard and New American Standard (both revisions of the KJV) only 13 times. There are literally scores of Bible […]

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The Purpose of Evil

December 3, 2010 0

by A.P. Adams There is probably no subject in all the range of religious thought so hard to deal with as that of the purpose of evil. Writers on biblical lore have tried to account of the originof evil; but it seems to me that the real difficulty is the bare fact of its existence,whatever may have been its origin. […]

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Eternal Punishment (Matthew 25:46) Is NOT Found In The Greek New Testament

December 3, 2010 6

By Tony Nungessor and Gary Amirault The entire concept of eternal or everlasting punishment hinges primarily on a single verse of Scripture–Matthew 25:46. This is the only place in the entire Bible where we find these two words together AND only in some Bibles. There are over a dozen English translations which do NOT contain the […]

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Aionole

December 3, 2010 1

from Word Studies in the New Testament by Marvin R. Vincent Note on Olethron Aionion (eternal destruction) ‘Aion, transliterated aeon, is a period of longer or shorter duration, having a beginning and an end, and complete in itself. Aristotle (peri ouravou, i. 9,15) says: “The period which includes the whole time of one’s life is […]