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The Bible Knows

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  • ISBN-13: 9781493126767
  • Publisher: Xlibris
  • Release Date: Nov 20, 2013
  • Pages: 80 pages
  • Dimensions: 0.31 x 9.02 x 5.98 inches

Overview

Hello, my name is Bill Rogers, I am not a preacher or minister, collage Professor, or never even went to collage. I wanted to find some answers about the gentile; I could not find a book with all of the answers from that question. "Where did the gentile come from" Oh, one more thing you need to know, I barley passed English, if it was not for my children and the computer this book would never have been written. My youngest daughter has given so much time helping me; sometimes I think she should be the author instead of me. It has taken me a little over 8 years to write this book but if I can you will be suppressed at the things we have read and not really understand because we never really looked at it. Like the chicken and the egg, there is no telling how many times we have read this and still I remember hearing this question all of my life and it has been in the Bible. As we go ahead it will become clear how much is in the Bible that is missed. One thing is who died in the flood, it is in the Bible, and we just have to search for it. What happened on the Day of Pentecost? "Probably the second most important event after Jesus dieing on the Cross and Rising in 3 days. If Judas had repented to God he would have been forgiven and would have gone to Heaven, it is in the Bible. Some people have told me the children of God resent being called a Jew; if this offends anyone I apologize for it now, It is not my intention to offend "The Children of God" There are 2 types of people on this earth and the other is the gentile, which comes from the word pagan which means farmer, pag means stake or pole in the ground and on means a person is tied to it. It was not until the 13 century when it became a secular name. The Old Testament was written for and about the Israelites while the New Testament was written for both people. In the Old Testament the Gentile was a prop to tell the story with, while in the New Testament the Gentil

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