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The Immanuel Factor© Preface

Preface The present work is a companion volume to Marginalia,a concise guide to the Bible. Having set down in the first the divine Intent and its fulfilment in general terms I propose to show what it would mean to a … Continue reading

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Overview of Marginalia,

  1.Two Narrative Accounts Time and space makes no sense to God: his omnipresence and eternal power make time as would have conceived in his mind. Thus the will or intent of God represents the Lord Almighty. “Hear, O Israel: … Continue reading

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Why not truth than a lie?

The Bible is written by inspiration of God. Inspiration of God is not lost but words in the Scripture in transmission can be misunderstood or make weak impression. The reader of the Bible requires the self-same inspiration in order to … Continue reading

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Divine Will in Fulfillment

‘I and Father are one’, Jesus affirmed Jn.10: 30. He was also with the Father in the beginning Jn.1: 1. In so many instances the Spirit elucidates the unfolding Will of God as coming from the Son in that these … Continue reading

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Marginalia: a concise guide to the Bible-2

(Continued from the previous post) ‘If thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness(Mt.6:22-23). Body is a world of its own where sensory impressions create of the world without. How the mind registers these depend upon … Continue reading

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Marginalia:a concise guide to the Bible

From the time I could read and write no book has served me for all occasions as a guide and staff as the Bible. During my adolescence and adulthood there were many other books that have diverted me from the … Continue reading

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