What is a Prime Word?

A Major Building Block

Like a foundation brick, foundational energy, foundational premise.  Touch stones for reference.

There are quite a few prime words.  They are not necessarily the same Old Testament to New Testament.

There are many ways to view the original text and prime words is one way.

Today we look at four of them.  Translated as father, brother, mother, handmaid.

Notice all  four of them are neutral words.  None are punctured female words nor rememberedmale words.

Putting it in Context With Other Words

We have been looking at the words a master, existent and strength; all three are also neutral words.  They are not prime words they are created words.  Nonetheless they were translated as husband/owner, God, God.

Which presents the question where did GOD come from then, if GOD is created.  Who/what is this word GOD?  Whatever GOD is part of, must also be GOD.  That would include the major portion of words in the Bible. (more…)

What is First?

What is First?

Genesis Means First

Everything in Genesis is about FIRST.

We scribed nine different words, with different meanings.  These nine words were all translated in the KJB as first.  Not to mention all the other words in the translation besides first.  For example:

The word united comes from a primitive root to unify and is translated in the KJB 951 times.

687 times as one
36 times as first
36 times as another
30 times  as other
28 times as any
13 times as once
13 times as eleven plus some other word
10 times as even
9 times as certain
7 times as some
86 times as miscellaneous other words.  (more…)


Who/What Builders?  Who/What Father?

The word in the original text that means builder is translated into list of a variety of words in the KJB.  See the list at the end of this blog.  This blog is addressing the neutral builder translated as father.  Touching on daughter, son, mother/mother.

When we use the real meaning builder instead father, daughter, son, Egypt, Assyria, Grecian, youth, etc. a very different picture emerges.  Most often the word son is used in religious habitual stories.  With the inference that is is a male gender,with more importance than female gender.

Please, remember there is no gender in the original texts; else we have same very weird looking people. (more…)

What Does First Mean?

If We Do Not know Then we Assume

In todays world when we say first we are referring to an order of something.  As being ahead of everything else or the beginning of something.

There are 8 different words in the Old Testament rendered as first as well as many other words besides first.

There are 9 different words in the New Teatament rendered as first as well as many other words besides first.

In both the OT and the NT there is only, neutral first or female first, both non gender.   There is no male first, also non gender .   Why?  (more…)