The Hidden Names of Genesis

In this book, you will learn, for the first time, the 6 hidden names of God within the first few verses in the book of Genesis.

The Hidden Names of Genesis

Author: Baal Kadmon

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781516930128

Page: 42

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In this book, you will learn, for the first time, the 6 hidden names of God within the first few verses in the book of Genesis. The names are in Hebrew , but do not worry. I will transliterate as necessary. These names are known by VERY few people. Today, you will learn them for yourself. Although the old testament books are filled with secret names of the divine, the ones in the book of Genesis are of utmost importance. Why? The book of Genesis is the account of divine creation. God manifested the entire universe and it is recounted allegorically and some would say literally, within the pages of Genesis. This significant because the hidden names are the very names God used for creation. By tapping into these names , you will have a piece of the power used in the Genesis of the universe. You can use the power of Genesis, to manifest whatever it is you require in your life. It is, after all, the book of creation...Isn't it?

Noah s Ark and the Genesis 10 Patriarchs

The expression "a form of" betrays the secret of the principles of multiple name
changes, adoption, and the mystery of the hidden name of Amen-Ra. A LIST OF
MULTIPLE NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH CREATORSHIP MENTIONED IN THE ...

Noah s Ark and the Genesis 10 Patriarchs

Author: Ross Marshall

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1387711873

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Maimonides Hidden Torah Commentary Volume I Genesis 1 21

with Maimonides regarding the story about Jacob's wrestling with the angel in
Genesis 32:25. Although Kimchi ... All the names of God written in the narrative
concerning Abraham and the angels are considered sacred. Even “My lord, if the
 ...

Maimonides    Hidden Torah Commentary    Volume I     Genesis 1 21

Author: Michael Leo Samuel

Publisher: First Edition Design Pub.

ISBN: 1506907172

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The epitaph on Maimonides’s tombstone reads, “From Moses (the prophet) to Moses, there was none like Moses (Maimonides).” The name, “Moses Maimonides” (1138-1204) is an acronym for his Hebraic name Moses ben Maimon). For centuries, yeshiva scholars and students alike affectionately refer to him by the epithet, “the Rambam.” Just as the original Moses became the founder of the religion of ancient Israel, Moses Maimonides redefined Judaism for the future generations—more so than any other Judaic thinker or Halakhic scholar who came before or after him. Modern Judaism owes its conceptual and legal foundations to this remarkable thinker. This remarkable person occupies a rare position in the annals of Jewish history and is widely considered as one of the greatest Jewish thinkers and philosophers who ever lived. Maimonides stature reached almost mythic proportions. Jews of all modern religious persuasions—from the ultra-liberal to the Haredi branches of Orthodoxy each claim Maimonides as their patron hero. Both Christian and Islamic thinkers held Maimonides (who refer to him as Musa ibn Maymun in Arabic writings) in high regard. I have been impressed with the writings of Rabbi Michael Leo Samuel ever since I read his first book on Philo. I enjoyed the comprehensive nature of his writings and the many insights in his books. I liked that he described Philo’s views in an easy to read manner and compared Philo views with those of many ancient and modern writers. Since that time, I wrote six reviews of his Philo books and praised them all. There is much in them that will interest and teach both scholars and readers who had no idea beforehand about this first century philosopher, or just a little information about him. Reading Rabbi Samuel’s books will introduce readers to a large number of Philo ideas, those of other thinkers on the ideas, including the Talmuds and Midrashim, and about philosophy and Judaism generally. Thus, when Rabbi Samuel asked me to write the Foreword to his first book on Maimonides, I was very pleased to accept his offer, both out of respect for his scholarship and because I wrote many books and articles on Maimonides myself. – Rabbi Dr. Israel Drazin

A Study of the Biblical Story of Joseph Genesis 37 50

—“...whose name the gods do not know,” 133/9. —“The great god had no ease,”
133/10. —“The god of gods has hidden it...'” 133/13. —“...an oath of god,” 133/13.
—“The great god revealed his name... -—“Come out of the inflamed god!

A Study of the Biblical Story of Joseph  Genesis 37 50

Author: Redford

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004275436

Page: 304

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Proof the Bible Is True 1 the Beginning 2 500 Years from Genesis to Deuteronomy

How much intelligence do you have to have to write all the names of the trees in
code between the first two mentions of trees ... Some people have claimed that if
you use a large volume text, like War and Peace, you will find hidden names and
 ...

Proof the Bible Is True  1 the Beginning 2 500 Years from Genesis to Deuteronomy

Author: Timothy Duke

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1329512065

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This book is not to replace reading the bible. I will give references for you to gain more knowledge and proof of the validity of the Bible. I believe the original words written in the Bible are inerrant. I believe by having an idea of what chapter is going to say, you will be able to easily understand what you are reading in the bible. There are several broad descriptions of the Bible. Augustine discovered that the Old Testament contains the New Testament concealed, while the New Testament contains the Old Testament revealed. The Old Testament is the story of a nation. The New Testament is the story of a man. The Bible is unique in that it contains 8,362 predictive verses with 1,817 predictions concerning 737 separate matters. Our Messiah, Jesus, fulfilled over 300 predictions. Prophecies are important in proving the authenticity of the Bible along with the Bible's integrated design, which is proven mathematically, microcode and macrocodes.

On Genesis

And Adam called all the living creatures of the earth by their names, and all the
birds of heaven, and all the beasts of the ... names of the animals as also of other
things, for each according to their own language – although it is also no secret ...

On Genesis

Author: Saint Bede (the Venerable)

Publisher: Liverpool University Press

ISBN: 1846310881

Page: 359

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The Venerable Bede—theologian, historian, and scientific cosmologist—played an undeniable role in laying the foundations of the modern world. From his quantitative approach to questions of science to his introduction of the Anno Domini system of dating and his critical methods of biblical analysis, Bede both anticipated and influenced our modern ways of thinking. Bede: On Genesis is the first English-language translation of Bede's Latin commentary on the book of Genesis—the opening chapters of which he regarded as the foundational narrative of the world and through which he derived the theoretical basis for his scientific treaties and his notion of the English as the chosen people of God. Accompanied by an informative introduction that makes Bede's commentary accessible to anyone with an interest in his work, this volume is an essential contribution to ecclesiastical history.

Genesis

The two boys are described and explanations are given for their names (vv. 25–
26). The name of Jacob is unclear, but the usual rendering is either “heel,” that is,
the one who kicks his way out, or “supplanter,” the one who would displace his ...

Genesis

Author: Walter Brueggemann

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN: 1611642884

Page: 400

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In his clear and readable, style Walter Brueggemann presents Genesis as a single book set within the context of the whole of biblical revelation. He sees his task as bringing the text close to the faith and ministry of the church. He interprets Genesis as a proclamation of God's decisive dealing with creation rather than as history of myth. Brueggemann's impressive perspective illuminates the study of the first book of the Bible. Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching is a distinctive resource for those who interpret the Bible in the church. Planned and written specifically for teaching and preaching needs, this critically acclaimed biblical commentary is a major contribution to scholarship and ministry.

A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures Genesis

... and the name Adam , so also , on the other side , there is to the earth in
general . ” Delitzsch . The spirit of the hidden nobleness of the adamah , and the
destiny the Old Testament , with all correctness , represents of man to draw the
adamah ...

A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures  Genesis

Author: Johann Peter Lange

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Genesis Or The First Book of Moses

... and the name Adam , so also , on the other side , there is to the earth in
general . ” Delitzsch . The spirit of the hidden nobleness of the adamah , and the
destiny the Old Testament , with all correctness , represents of man to draw the
adamah ...

Genesis  Or The First Book of Moses

Author: Johann Peter Lange

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 665

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Genesis and Its Authorship

On the use of the names of God in the book of Genesis, and on the unity of its
authorship. ... But the strangest of all mistakes in this matter is made by Mr. Ernest
de Bunsen in his book of dreams and fancies, The Hidden "Wisdom of Christ, vol.

Genesis and Its Authorship

Author: John Quarry

Publisher:

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Page: 635

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Genesis and its Authorship Two dissertations I On the import of the introductory chapters of the Book of Genesis II On the use of the names of God in the Book of Genesis and on the unity of its authorship

... matter is made by Mr. Ernest de Bunsen in his book of dreams and fancies ,
The Hidden Wisdom of Christ , vol . i . p . ... And this is what we should expect the
writer to state , since he knows no other name for God , than ' Elohim ' or ' gods .

Genesis and its Authorship  Two dissertations  I  On the import of the introductory chapters of the Book of Genesis  II  On the use of the names of God in the Book of Genesis  and on the unity of its authorship

Author: John QUARRY (D.D.)

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Hidden Treasures in the Book of Job Reasons to Believe

the heavens, so that we may make a name for ourselves; otherwise we will be
scattered over the face of the whole ... [56] While most of the geographical place
names recorded in Genesis 2–8 refer to sites within Mesopotamia, some do not.

Hidden Treasures in the Book of Job  Reasons to Believe

Author: Hugh Ross

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 1441234322

Page: 240

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Arguably the oldest book in the Bible, the book of Job has a surprising amount to say about some of the newest scientific discoveries and controversies. Far from a book that is just about suffering, Job is filled with rich insight into both ancient and modern questions about the formation of the world the difference between animals and humans cosmology dinosaurs and the fossil record how to care for creation and more With careful consideration and exegesis, internationally known astrophysicist and Christian apologist Hugh Ross adds yet another compelling argument to the case for the veracity of the biblical commentary on the history of the universe, Earth, life, and humanity. Hidden Treasures in the Book of Job shows that the Bible is an accurate predictor of scientific discoveries and a trustworthy source of scientific information, and that both the book of Scripture and the book of nature are consistent both internally and externally.

The Genesis Prayer

The sages knew a secret formula that converted the Bible's first 42
lettersintotheuniversally acknowledged 42 letter Name ofGod,and usingmodern
mathematics we can reveal for ourselves how profound that formula was. Atthe
nexus between ...

The Genesis Prayer

Author: Jeffrey Meiliken

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 1466860952

Page: 256

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A prayer that promises miracles "This book is for anyone who wants a miracle, has ever wanted to see God's work in action, or needed proof of His existence. It is for the doubters and believers alike. If you think nothing is out there, think again. Whether you're an agnostic astrophysicist or a seminary priest, you will discover an ancient gift that works every time, no questions asked. By the time you finish this book, your perception of the universe will have changed. If you thought God was out there but not listening, you may discover that you have been tuning into the wrong channels. It doesn't matter whether you want to call it the Light Force of God, the creative power of the Lord, or any other expression of omnipotent omniscience because as you'll soon discover, you have the ability to tap into it. In fact, you've had the ability all along. If you ever wondered if anyone was listening or if anyone cared, you'll soon see for yourself the benevolence that's been available to you and all of us since the dawn of time. You'll learn why the ancient sages said the Light Force always gives, always listens, and always answers. Find out how to get heard. Find out what you've been missing. See an infinite stream of miracles spread out before you, guiding your every step. As you rethink everything you've ever known, you'll see that life is not supposed to be difficult; man isn't supposed to suffer; fate isn't some abstraction beyond our control, and your life can indeed be wonderful".--From the Introduction

Genesis Exodus XXI

Nay , God says expressly of this Nor is the office itself of an angel or anAngel , “
My name -- i.e . , My revealed Being -- is ... names , attri The New Testament
distinguishes between butes and works are ascribed ; on the other hand , the
hidden ...

Genesis Exodus XXI

Author: James Glentworth Butler

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Genesis

Genesis 5 illustrates these truths by giving names, ages, and lifetimes of Adam's
descendants and, rather than given as a literal history, this information is filled
with hidden wisdom leading you back Home to the Garden. Even if it seems ...

Genesis

Author: Terry L. Newbegin

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1425141536

Page: 684

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Genesis is not just the story of Adam and Eve, it's your own story and a roadmap helping you understand why you are here and how you can return home.