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Possible Influences?

  • Lance G.
    1 posts

    I'm very curious to dig into the "Eth Cepher" but I have reservations. Is this translation of the Holy Scritpures influenced by the "Trinity Doctrine"? I have been back and forth on this doctrine for a while now...and would enjoy some discourse on the topic. I've looked at the influences of the Trinity on many modern english translations and several folks make some great points as to how translations are created with the assumption of the Trinity being scriptural fact. What is the Eth Cepher stance on this..? Any feedback is welcome. Thank you. :)

  • CycloManiac
    85 posts

    Lance, thanks for the post.

    Our goal Lance was to bring a "comprehensive restoration of Sacred Scripture in the English language". The Scriptures clearly teach that YAHUAH has plural nature. We do not hold to the "God in three separate persons" doctrine. We do believe that YAHUAH has revealed himself in the person of YAHUSHA HA'MASHIACH. MASHIACH clearly stated that "he that has seen me has seen the Father". The prophecy of the birth of YAHUSHA in Yesha`yahu (Isaiah) 9:6 clearly states that the Son is called the "Everlasting Father". Reading Isaiah 45, you will clearly see that YAHUAH says that every knee will bow to me and Philippians 2:11 says that every knee will bow to YAHUSHA. In Zakaryahu (Zechariah) 12, YAHUAH says that they will "look up me whom they have pierced".

    Hope this helps you Lance.