The Spirit of Flight and the Flight of Spirits

Dewayne Dulaney Morning, and walking in God's forest I pause seeing a dragonfly Or mosquito hawk as some know it On gauzy wings flit and then thrill as it lands on my hand. Its jewel eyes gleam and glitter, decorating its head, twin pommels on the hilt of its body, An ornamental dagger. Dragonfly and …

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The Gospel of John, Chapter 2 (DDV)

1 On the third day there was a wedding at Cana in Galilee.1 Jesus' mother was there, 2 and Jesus and his followers had also been invited to the wedding. 3 When the wine2 ran out, Jesus' mother told him, “They don't have any more wine.” 4 “Dear woman, why do you ask me?” Jesus answered. “My …

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L’Eglise: (2ème partie) quand a-t-elle été fondée ? 

Traduit par Pierre Maignial,  http://biblia-mirecurensia.com/fr/   Avant le jour de la Pentecôte, dans le chapitre 2 desActes, on parle de la fondation de l'Eglise comme d'un événement à venir. Les prophètes Esaïe et Michée avaient parlé de sa venue "dans les derniers jours". Nous avons vu dans le premier post que Pierre et les autres …

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The Ancient Voices Bible: Abbreviation List

THE ANCIENT VOICES BIBLE: ABBREVIATION LIST I. General Abbreviation Word or Phrase acc. accusative act. active aor. aorist Apdx. Appendix approx. approximate(ly) Aram. Aramaic art. article c. circa, about, around (in dates) cent. century cf. compare ch. chapter(s) cm. centimeter(s) comm. commentary(aries), commentator(s) dat. dative def. definite Eng. English equiv. equivalent ex. example(s) f. following …

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The Apocrypha and the Canon: Which Books Belong in the Bible?

      Definitions Canon:  From Semitic: Hebrew kaneh (קנה), via Greek kanon (κανών) and Latin [canon]. Originally a reed (our word "cane" comes from it), then a ruler or measuring rod; later, a rule or standard. Still later, an index or list: this is the sense of "the canon of Scripture". But since these …

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The Ancient Voices Bible: Dewayne Dulaney Version (DDV)-Glossary

GLOSSARY: The Ancient Voices Bible, Dewayne Dulaney Version (DDV) Note: Terms discussed in the Glossary are marked with * in the translation endnotes and in the Appendixes. Accusative: the most widely used of the Greek cases. Its root idea is limitation (extent, duration, direction, etc.). Most commonly it is used with nouns and pronouns, indicating …

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The Ancient Voices Bible: Dewayne Dulaney Version (DDV)-Translator’s Preface

  As promised, with this post I will start to present my translation of the Bible, beginning with the Gospel of John. This post will contain the Translator's Preface, which states the goals of the translation, the translation method used, and other introductory matters. A note on the online format: I had originally formatted the …

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L’Eglise (1ère partie): où et par qui a-t-elle été fondée?

Traduit par Pierre Maignial,  http://biblia-mirecurensia.com/fr/ Beaucoup aujourd'hui aimeraient suivre Jésus et faire partie de son Eglise, mais sont désorientés par la diversité des croyances, des organisations religieuses et des pratiques religieuses, toutes en compétition dans le monde d'aujourd'hui, et dont la plupart prétendent être permises par Jésus ou avoir été instituées par lui. Dans cette …

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