Numbers Don't Lie [22:52]
by Bruce Reye rated at 3.0 (1 vote so far)
The world around us is constantly changing. In an ever changing world the one thing that remains constant is mathematics because numbers don't lie. So much of mainstream Christianity has their numbers all wrong. If you were to believe them then you would also have to believe that either God has His math wrong or He really doesn't know who He is. Pastor Bruce Reye is here to tell us that "Numbers Don't Lie" and that the Bible does have its math correct.
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Commentary on Acts 7:45
by John Schoenheit, Mark Graeser, and John Lynn [2 pages]
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Although the King James English makes this verse a little hard to understand, it is saying that Jesus was the one who brought the Israelites into the Promised Land. This is a case of mistranslation. The name “Jesus” and the name “Joshua” are the same, and on two occasions the translators of the KJV confused them. This point is well established by William Barclay, a professor and author at Trinity College in Glasgow.