Greek Word

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Concordant Version
... reader who lacks a formal knowledge of Koine Greek in possession of all the vital facts of the most ancient codices Codex Vaticanus, Codex Sinaiticus, and Codex Alexandrinus ... The CPC's efforts yielded a restored Greek text, titled The Concordant Greek Text, containing all of the important variant readings found in the codices mentioned above ... based upon a standard English equivalent for each Greek element is to be found beneath each Greek word ...
Anathematic - Interpretation
... "Anathema" is a word used mainly in the English language to describe vehement disagreement to something ... It is not a commonly used word, particularly in spoken language, perhaps because its meaning is often confused ... There is some difficulty in etymologically translating this word, especially since it has now become commonly used with the term "accursed" or "accustomed" ...
Hades In Christianity - Church Teachings - Roman Catholic
... The Latin word infernus or "infernum" (underworld) indicated the abode of the dead and so was used as the equivalent of the Greek word "ᾅδης" (hades) ... the documents quoted above, and pointed more obviously than the Greek word to an existence beneath the earth ... it did not have the narrow sense that the English word has now acquired ...

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