Isaiah Chapters 11 - 15 Q&A
Sacrilegious DiscourseNovember 11, 202300:17:51

Isaiah Chapters 11 - 15 Q&A

Isaiah Chapters 11 - 15 Q&A:

Listen in as we embark on an enlightening exploration of the intriguing mysteries of Isaiah. First, we clear up some confusion regarding the term "Lordas," a misprint that should have been "Lord as." We discuss how simple errors can lead to misinterpretations and, in this case, an entirely new word that can throw off our understanding of the text. We then delve into the names used to describe Lucifer, including "Lightbringer" and "Morningstar," and the King of Babylon, and discuss how these terms have evolved over time.

Continuing the discussion, we dissect the various names ascribed to Lucifer and the King of Babylon in chapters 11-15 of Isaiah. The conversation gets even more fascinating as we distinguish between Lucifer and Satan as separate entities in the Bible. Join us as we unpack how these words and names have been given more meaning than originally intended, and how they have come to be associated with an evil God. We unravel how the same words used to describe a Babylonian king have now become synonymous with Lucifer. Be prepared to rethink what you thought you knew about the Bible and the powerful influence of interpretation.

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