Better Off Born Dead: The Christian Compliancy Theory
Xulon Press, 2005 - 240 Seiten
Why is Ecclesiastes so incoherent? Because Ecclesiastes is translated in violation of Hebrew grammar. The Bible?s translators viewed interpretation from a ?male only? point of view, confident that men wrote the Bible. But were they really convinced or did they conceal a woman?s diary? These answers, and more, are found in Better off Born Dead: The Christian Compliancy Theory.
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Absalom Adam Amnon Aramaic Aramaic language Athaliah beast befalleth behold Bible biblical Bichri Books of Ecclesiastes brother chapter church cometh commanded considered created daughter days of thy dead deception doeth earth English evil eyes feareth female preacher feminine folly fool foolish gender Genesis Geneva Bible giveth God's goeth hand happeneth hast hated hath given hear heart heaven Hebrew language Holy Israel Jeroboam Jerusalem Joab King David knoweth labour living LORD madness maketh mankind Myles Coverdale nails fastened nephel oppression person poor portion profit hath pronouns Proverbs 31 qbuwrah Qoheleth Qoheleth Tamar Queen refers Rehoboam reign rejoice righteous royal saith scriptures servant shouldest sinner Solomon Solomon's death sorrow soul speak Strong's Concordance Testament thee thereof thine things thou shalt thyself translators travail tree unto vanity verse vexation of spirit wherein wicked wickedness wisdom wise woman women word Qoheleth