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Is the word Lord really Ba'al in the bible?

  • webbb82
    8 posts

    I wrote a post about this already and it is no longer here for some reason. But I have seen Dr.Pigeon talk about how the word Lord really means Ba'al in the bible. I read the Cepher every day and love Dr.Pigeons work. I would love to get more insight on this topic as I am very confused about it. In the bible it uses the word Lord many times and If i put Ba'al in the place of the word Lord the sentence no longer makes sense. For instance the Lords Prayer. Is it really Ba'al Prayer?

  • webbb82
    8 posts

    Also thank you again for everything in advance.

  • CycloManiac
    86 posts

    The word that has been used in our English Bibles for the Name of the Creator "LORD" is a substitution for the real name "Yahuah".

    The Hebrew word for "LORD" is "Ba`al".

    ?????? ba?al, bah'-al

    from H1166; a master; hence, a husband, or (figuratively) owner (often used with another noun in modifications of this latter sense):— archer, babbler, bird, captain, chief man, confederate, have to do, dreamer, those to whom it is due, furious, those that are given to it, great, hairy, he that hath it, have, horseman, husband, lord, man, married, master, person, sworn, they of.

    masculine noun

  • webbb82
    8 posts

    when reading the bible how do we know when they use lord they mean our YAHUAH OR when they mean BA AL?

  • CycloManiac
    86 posts

    In the Cepher, we made that distinction. In a regular Bible, "LORD" or "GOD" in all CAPS is the Hebrew YOD, HEY, VAV, HEY or YHVH, or transiterated YAHUAH. Read 1 Kings 18. This speaks of Eliyahu (Elijah) and the prophets of Baal. The prophets of Baal were truly prophets of "the Lord" while Eliyahu was a prophet of "YAHUAH".