Monthly Archives: October 2014

#10 – The Purpose of the Ages

We have now established that aion and aionios do not necessarily mean endless, in fact, it seems to be an exception when/if it does.  However, there yet remains for us to understand its true significance.  For that, let us finally … Continue reading

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#9 – Greek Words That Actually Mean Endless

In the last blog we saw many examples of how the Greek words aion and aionios were NOT used in Greek Literature outside of the Bible to express eternity. This further confirms that the Greek-speaking world did not necessarily attribute … Continue reading

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#8 – Classical Greek Literature

In the last blog we saw just a fraction of the hundreds of verses that the Septuagint uses the word aion and aionios in.  We saw how these words were used to express concepts that are not endless.  This is … Continue reading

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#7 – The Septuagint – Part 2

In the last blog we saw how the Septuagint is critically important in understanding how the people to whom the New Testament was written understood its teachings.  For it was the Greek translation of the Hebrew Old Testament (Greek being … Continue reading

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