“Jew” - It’s sort of interesting, in this book I was telling you about, he documents it like I did;
that the word “Jew” never appeared in any language in English, or in any of it until 1775. In
1611 King James was originally done. So they must have gotten this word “Jew” in here
sometime later. It is “Judean” in the text, which it is all over, you know. And the reason it’s
that, is because they were Judean by religion. And that, of course, was later called Judaism. I
forget who the first one was that called it Judaism. He has it documented in here, and I forget it.
Then it was called Rabbinism. That’s the stuff that the Jews are taught today.
“Apollos” - This man’s name was Apollos, and Apollos is just a shortened word for
Apollonius. It was like a nickname. You have a nickname, like Steven has a nickname called
“Steve”, Apollos is like a nickname. Apollonius is his real name, born in Alexandria, in Egypt,
which was the great Greek center of learning, and a lot of the dispersion Jews, as they are
referred to, had gone to Alexandria and other places. When the Septuagint translation was
made, the solidly Judean people who believed in the Mosaic laws refused to read it, as a matter
of fact, it was very, very bad if anybody did read it.
Publication Date: 11-30-1976
Victor Paul Wierwille was a Bible scholar and teacher for over four decades.
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