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Thayer's Indoctrinating Definitions
03-21-2017, 07:21 AM
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Thayer's Indoctrinating Definitions
I was working on a study this morning for "[the] holy spirit" and saw that Thayer's primary definition for the word translated as "spirit" ("pneuma" G4151) in that phrase says this:

Thayer's Greek Definitions Wrote:1) the third person of the triune God, the Holy Spirit, coequal, coeternal with the Father and the Son

This annoys me so much. It is loaded with the trinity doctrine, and is used as a definition, and not only that but also it's their primary definition. Ggrr. Angry

NOTE: The Greek word "pneuma" comes from the verb "pneo" (G4154), which means "to breathe, to blow".

Idea This makes me think of the word "pneumonia". Idea

When I looked up the origin of that English word, I saw that it comes from the Greek word "pneumon" which means "lung". Very interesting, huh. (I love learning! Shy )

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