Gospel writer Mark (New Testament) describes pictures from the Ancients Compact Disk
The Paper's researcher referenced printed versions of The Bible, Strong's Concordance, and an English Dictionary. This page is for people who do not have access to those printed resources. At the time of producing this page the internet citations matched to the information in the printed versions.
Queensland researcher Ronald Pegg found that when some English words were checked for their original Hebrew and Greek meanings as stated in the Lexicons of Strong's Concordance, it became clear that in many cases those intended meanings had NOT been used.
This Check Sheet allows you to
Check for the original meanings for yourself via the given links.
Keep score of how many words have not been translated correctly.
Come to a conclusion based upon your own findings.
Each time you check for a word's original meaning, you need to ask yourself "Has the ANP Book accurately cited the primary meaning stated in Strong's Concordance"
How to use this Check Sheet
As you read through pages 26 to 38 from our resource book A New Perspective you will come across WORDS from the Bible texts that have been returned to their original ancient word meanings, most being different to our traditional understanding.
On the Check Sheet
the Page Number reference is given, then
its Strong's Number, and
options of YES or NO
The Strong's Number is an active link. Click it to bring up that word's meaning. CLICK HERE to open a popup window, then reposition it on your desktop.
Compare the online Strong Concordance meaning to that stated in the ANP Book. If it does NOT agree then change the default response to NO.
At the completion of this Sheet your validity score will be shown. Use this tally to answer the question "Has this particular explanation in the ANP Book cited and used the original ancient meanings as stated in the lexicon ?".