The Bible Pages, key-word index, section Unbelief to Utterance
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Section Unbelief to Utterance (the other sections → key00.htm)
Unbelief – The unbelief or apistia of Mark 6:6. → eba098.htm – Look also under the heading “Faith”.
- Titus 1:15 is not about “clean and unclean foods”. It is about elders, moral purity and money. On what Paul meant and referred to when he wrote, “with the pure, all things are pure”. → eea056.htm
- “Clean and unclean meats” – does the New Covenant have “food rules” of the kind the Old Covenant had? → eha016.htm
- Look also under the heading “Defile, defiled.
- The word “unction” means “anointing” (such as, with oil) and comes from the Latin noun unctio, “anointing”, related Latin verb ungo, “to anoint”. Look also under the heading “Anoint, anointed, anointing”.
- Proverbs 9:10, “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom”. → (esa017.htm)
- One must ask God, in prayer, for guidance and understanding. → ega027.htm (last part) – (eba107.htm)
- The apostle Paul in his letter to Galatia: “Tell me, you who want to be under the law, do you not understand the law?” (Galatians 4:21, NET). → eca086.htm
- Keys, tools and helps for deeper understanding of the Scriptures. → ega027.htm – esa017.htm – esa027.htm
Unfaithful – Look under the heading “Faith”.
Unfruitful – How those who were to proclaim the Good Tidings, could become spiritually unfruitful. → ema089.htm
Unicorn – The unicorn is an odd creature (translation error) which appears in some bible-translations. → eda037.htm
Unleavened bread – Look under the heading “Leaven, leavened, unleavened”.
UPDV (A bible-translation.) → esa095.htm
Upharsin – Daniel 5:25, mene mene tekel upharsin (or peres). → (ewa086.htm) – (eda056.htm)
- Did Jesus uphold the Pharisees as some kind of “religious authority”, as many bible-translations make it seem? → eoa127.htm
- Did Jesus or Paul “uphold” the Old Covenant? → eoa118.htm – Look also under the heading “Covenant, covenants”.
- Did the apostle Paul really uphold slavery, as many bible-translators have made it seem? → eoa167.htm
Ur (Genesis 11:28–31)
- Abraham and his wife Sarai (Sarah) came from “Ur of the Chaldeans”. After that, they lived for a time in a place called Haran, before moving to the land of Canaan. The place Ur is mentioned only in Genesis 11:28–31 and 15:17 and Nehemiah 9:7.
- Ur was in Mesopotamia, but it is not clear exactly where it was located.
- Apparently, some old Jewish tradition has it that Ur was the same the modern-day town Şanlıurfa [Urfa, Orrha] in Turkey, close to the Syrian border. In contrast to that, some have suggested, unclear on what grounds, that Ur was in what today is southern Iraq.
Us (and our, ours, we)
- When one reads the Bible and sees such words as “we”, “our” and “us”, one must keep in mind that those words refer to people of Old Testament and New Testament times. → ega027.htm (points 2 and 3)
USA – Some writers have claimed that the Anglo-Saxon people in the USA are Israelites, “the tribe of Manasseh”. Is that true? → eya097.htm – (eya018.htm)
- Some bible-versions with archaic language contain such words as “utter” and “utterance”. The meaning varies, but often the reference simply is to “word” or “speaking”. For instance, in the 1769 KJ version NT, the word “utterance” is a translation of the Greek noun logos (“word”, “saying”, “speech” – 1 Corinthians 1:5, 2 Corinthians 8:7, Ephesians 6:19 and Colossians 4:3), and of the verb apophtheggomai (“to speak out”, “to pronounce” – Acts 2:4).
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