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KHLP

Mar-08-2001 at 07:49 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

LAST EDITED ON Mar-08-2001 AT 07:51 PM (CST)

Shlama Akhi Yaqub w'Kulkhon,

Here is the breakdown of the usage of the verbal root Plx in the entire Peshitta NT:


  • As 0pwlxt (#7207 - meaning - 'Exchange'): Mattay 16:26, Marqus 8:37
  • As wplx (#7189 - meaning - 'They Changed'): Romans 1:23, 1:25 NOTE THE IMPORTANCE OF THESE VERSES
  • As Plxn (#7179 - meaning - 'will change'): Romans 1:23, 1:25 and Phillipians 3:21NOTE THE IMPORTANCE OF THESE VERSES
  • As Plxt0 (#7168 - meaning - 'was changed'): Marqus 9:2, Luqa 9:29
  • As Plxtn (#7180 - meaning - 'will be changed'): Acts 2:20, Hebrews 1:12, 1 Cor. 15:51, 52
  • As wplx4 (#7183 - meaning - 'They changed'): Acts 28:6, Galatians 1:7, 3:15 NOTE THIS LAST ONE, 3:15!!!! 4:20
  • As 0plx4m (#23150 - meanings - 'Different, Diverse'): Mattay 4:24, Marqus 1:34, Luqa 4:40, Romans 12:6, 1 Tim. 1:3, 2 Tim. 3:6, Titus 3:3, Hebrews 2:4 and 13:9, James 1:2, 1 Peter 1:6
  • As the infamous 0plxw4 (#7206 - meanings - 'Variation, Change'): Hebrews 7:12, 12, 18, 12:27, James 1:17
  • As Plxt40 (#7188 - meaning - 'Was transformed'): Mattay 17:2, Romans 12:2 AY!!!!! NOTICE THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS VERSE!!!!! It has 'Renewal' in it, but it is not KHLP!!!!, 2 Cor. 3:18, Hebrews 6:17, 18

Brothers, Romans 12:2 ends the discussion. For 'Renewal', Paul uses Fdwx and not Fdx.....and, better yet, he uses the root Plx for 'Change'. All in 1 verse.

NOTICE: The verbal root KHLP never, never, ever means 'Renewal', in all of its variants, in the Peshitta NT.


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  • RE: KHLP, James_Trimm, Mar-08-2001 at 11:06 PM, (1)
 
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1. RE: KHLP

Mar-08-2001 at 11:06 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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I think we have already established that the verb KHALAF can mean "renew" or "revive" as it is used in both the Hebrew and Aramaic of Job 14:7; 29:20 and Is. 40:31; 41:1.

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