The KJV Only movement is a belief on the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible - also known as the Authorised Version (AV) or the Authorised King James Version (AKJV) - that ranges from preferring it over other, later translations, to the belief that it's inspired, perfect, and superior to the original Hebrew & … Continue reading KJV Only?
Like everything else in our world, our memories are imperfect. We forget things, and sometimes we misremember. (I can personally attest to doing both on innumerable occasions in my life 🙂 .) Faulty memory occurs all the time. But, some now insist that false memories are not false, but proof that CERN or some higher … Continue reading Refuting the Mandela Effect
1 This is the genealogy[a] of Jesus the Messiah[b] the son of David, the son of Abraham: 2 Abraham was the father of Isaac, Isaac the father of Jacob, Jacob the father of Judah and his brothers, 3 Judah the father of Perez and Zerah, whose mother was Tamar, Perez the father of Hezron, Hezron the father of … Continue reading Matthew 1: Joseph’s Lineage… Or Mary’s?
Today (as the title suggests) I present my Restored English Translation (RET) of Beresheet (Genesis) chapter 50, the final chapter (yikes!). As usual, it contains the Hebrew names, with a glossary of them after the chapter. At the end is a list of where the Aleph/Tavs occur, as they are no longer included in the … Continue reading Restored English Translation of Genesis: Chapter 50
Welcome to the 10th edition of My Fortnightly Movie/TV Thoughts. Last fortnight I reviewed A Good Day to Die Hard (2013). This fortnight I'm reviewing: Noah (2014), rated M for mature themes and violence That's the Australian rating; in the United States, it's rated PG-13 for violence, disturbing images and brief suggestive content. As usual, … Continue reading Noah
Today I present my Restored English Translation (RET) of Beresheet (Genesis) chapter 49. As usual, it contains the Hebrew names, with a glossary of them after the chapter. At the end is a list of where the Aleph-Tavs occur, as they are no longer included in the main text. CHAPTER 49 1 And Ya'akov called … Continue reading Restored English Translation of Genesis: Chapter 49
In the 1800s, a wild, hairy, apelike woman was captured in the Caucasus in Abkhazia in Russia. She was eventually partially tamed, and had several children with some of the local villagers, and has descendants today. But, what the hell was she? Here's an interesting article from the Daily Mail: Was 19th Century apewoman a … Continue reading Zana the Ape-Woman