Hebrews tagged posts

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Cain and Able: from bad translations and interpretation to evangelical fundamentalist distortions

Cain has been for centuries portrayed as a murderer of his brother Abel--the latter considered a just and saintly man. The murder, some claim, is the result of their parents sin, and state that the story is Hebrew in origin. But were the Hebrews always in the lands of Palestine? What is the correct translation and interpretation of the original documents--few read by evangelical preachers or self-styled prophets?Read More
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Resurrection, Immortality, Trinity

While evangelical Christians claim that the Trinity is distinctly Christian and based on the bible, there is no passage in either Old or New Testament to support the claim. This essay looks at the development of the concept of a Trinity, immortality, and resurrection.Read More