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A Bible Topic: Blog; is dedicated to the pursuit of Bible Truth. Review of many Bible topics from a new perspective. Examining the original languages to reprove and correct erroneous assumptions made by translators and teachers of the Bible. The source of many religious doctrines are not based upon accurate use of Biblical text. The Bible provides answers to questions concerning the origin of life, the source of evil, and what is true love. The nature and purpose of the Eternal Creator’s plans are gradually revealed through the historical records of the people that encountered Yehawah Eloheyem. A Bible Topic: begins to answer the question; Who is Jesus and what is salvation? 

The answers may surprise. Bible Truth Review; shine a new light.

To assist reviewing Topics: a Bible chapter and verse reference tagging link is provided by Logos.com to their free online Bible study site. A text box appears when the mouse hovers over a Bible chapter and verse (Jn 8:32). The text box displays the Bible quote and clicking the [more] will link to the Biblia.com  web site.  A RefTagger - Bible Option; is provided at the upper right corner of this blog page - with an abbreviated Bible versions - drop down menu . select your favored Bible; then Click - Save.  Your Bible version will be displayed in the pop-up window. Below the Bible Options is a Search Window: just type your Bible Topic  question and click [Go].  Related verses are displayed: and scrolling to the bottom greets a link to Biblia.com, by clicking [more] it will continue your search. For Logos Software users; there are many interactive links to your Logos operating system.
Resources presented on Bible Topics are abridged to save space. Abbreviated titles for Hebrew and Greek lexicons with corresponding numerically categorized original language definitions are displayed as annotated notes. Below is a  list of abbreviations with corresponding titles 

 BDB             = Brown Driver and Briggs Hebrew  Lexicon
ESL               = Enhanced Strong's Lexicon
TWOT          = Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament
TDNT           = Theological Dictionary of the New Testament
Louw Nida   = Greek English Lexicon of the New Testament
DB L              = Dictionary of Biblical Languages
NASB            = New American Standard Dictionary of Hebrew                                 and Greek
CDWGTHB  = Concise Dictionary of the Words of the Greek 
                            Testament and Hebrew Bible

The New International Version of the Bible (NIV) is used for Bible quotes.  Many other versions of the Bible are available at Biblia.com.  Bible quotes may be ( edited) to add relevant information to the Bible Topics; such as, the original Hebrew or Greek words. Hebrew in Greek Lexicons include language pronunciation guides. The Hebrew language consists of consonance symbols; but  there are no vowels.  Vowel sounds are formed when two consonance are joined together to create a syllable.  Pronunciation of Hebrew may very with the resource; because the vowels sounds are affected by the present modern language of the editors.  For example; the Hebrew title YHWH; receives varying pronunciations such as (Jehovah , Yehowah or Yahweh).  

The Hebrew words will be edited according to... (Bible Topics Blog)  preferred spelling and pronunciation style. For example; YHWH will be spelled Yehawah and pronounced...
(Ye–ha–wa-he or 
The (J) consonance  does not exist in the Hebrew. The (Y) is pronounced Ye in most cases; especially when combined with  (H) and means; The Eternal or I AM.   Hawah  means; to establish or bring into being .  The word God originally comes from the Hebrew  ELHYM and will be spelled Eloheyem and may be pronounced (eL-Loh-hey-yem).  (Comments are add to Bible quotes to explain their  content  and connection to the Bible Topic being presented.)

The Bible is like a puzzle with many pieces that need to be assembled to form a clear picture.
A good place to begin a Bible Topic is:  WHO IS JESUS

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