Modern acceptance of the fall of angels, Jesus and Lucifer himself, can all be translated better from a pre-1688 Bible from Scandinavia and a Strong’s Concordance, Fifth Edition. One misconception about the phrase “thou shalt not kill;” it actually translates to “thou shalt not murder.”

Latin is the basis for our language. For example, “tempus fugit” means “time flies.” Another phrase that comes from Latin, “judge not, lest you be judged” can simply be translated by using these books.

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