By Jack T Chick
After the Jesuit priest Alberto Rivera came across Christ via religion by myself (instead of religion in his church) he was once a hunted guy. No guy can go away the Jesuit order alive! this can be half of his own tale. He finds how the Jesuits infiltrate Protestant companies, and warns of "false brethren" in our midst. you are going to research why he was once put on a dying record, learn the exceptional oath he needed to take as a Jesuit, and notice why the Ecumenical circulate will bring about a last "Inquisition."
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54 —שלח … ב爏ܥ/ܒ/ܪ … ܠ煟r (Amos 1:4, 7, 10, 12, 2:2, and 5): In h Dod the verb שלחoccurs thirteen times with the preposition ב. In twelve instances p uses the verb ܪ煟r to translate the Hebrew. The exception is Hos 8:14 where p uses the verb 犟ܒr. With the verb ܪ煟r p renders the preposition as ܒin Amos 1:7, 10, 2:5, 4:10, 8:11, Obad 13, Zech 7:12, 爏 ܥin Joel 2:25, Amos 2:2, Mal 2:2, and ܠin Amos 1:4, 12. The pattern has no resemblance to g’s or t’s translations. It must be concluded that p is inconsistent with the translation of the Hebrew preposition בin relationship to this verb.
In Neh 3:3, 6, 13, 14, and 15 it is rendered as plural. The occurrences in 2 Chr 8:5 (singular) and 2Chr 14:6 (plural) refer to the same item in the fortification of cities. 65 Other examples of p’s rendering of h’s collective are found in —אמרי焏qܪ熏ܐܡ ̈ ̈ or 焏qܖ熏( ܐܡAmos 2:9, 10), ܖܘܗܝ—פריו焏( ܦAmos 2:9), —זאת爯q( ܗܠAmos 2:11), and —עמיר焏̈ܒܠr (Amos 2:13). In the majority of cases in Amos 1–2 p translates h’s collective singular forms as plural. The exception is —אמרי焏qܪ熏 ܐܡin Amos 2:9, where context demands the singular form.
In all references except one p follows h with respect to number, translating singular and plural as h does. The exception is here in Amos 1:9 where h has a plural form and p uses a collective term ܬܐ熏q( ܐbrotherhood). For the sake of clarity, in the context of ‘covenant’, p uses an interpretative translation. Amos 1:10 Text Criticism mt: ושלחתי אש בחומת צר ̈ p: ܕܨܘܪ煿̇qܖ熏rܪܐ ܒ熏ܪ ܢ煟rܐ g: καὶ ἐξαποστελῶ πῦρ ἐπὶ τὰ τείχη Τύρου 99 100 The word rq ܕis used in nine references: Hos 2:19, 8:13, 9:9, Amos 6:10, Jonah 2:8, Mic 6:5, Hab 3:2, Zech 13:2, and Mal 3:22.