Sunday, 3 August 2008


Cary G Dean.

Taken from the book COME OUT OF HER MY PEOPLE,
by C. J. Koster, Published by Institute For Scripture Research.

By Sherry Shriner.

The following words and terms used in Modern Churches today all have pagan origins, and are found to be directly linked to ancient Sun-worship found in Babylonian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Teutonic-German, Hindu, and Persian cultures.

English word forms of the names of Sun-deities in these ancient cultures still exist today and are used in Modern Christianity. True Believers should remove these words from our language, from teaching, and certainly from our worship assemblies.

The asterisks ' * ' indicate proper substitute words Hebrew or English that can be used by the True Believer, without reference to the words that have association to Sun-god worship.

17. Holy, Holiday, Holy Spirit are all interrelated and come from the Hindu religion. The words are derived from "Holi" which is the great Hindu spring festival held in honor of "Krishna," the Hindu Sun-god.

* Kodesh (set-apart in English) is the proper Hebrew word meaning to be "set-apart" unto Yahweh.

* Ruach Ha Kodesh is the proper Hebrew reference to the Ruach/Breath or the Spirit, the invisible presence of YAHWEH. It is the set-apart presence of Yahweh.

18. Bible comes from the Greek word "Biblos/Biblion" which refers to the Egyptian papyrus reed which the Greeks called "Byblos/Byblus." The papyrus reed was shipped from the Egyptian City "Biblis" named after its female Sun-deity.

It was imported through the Greek seaport called "Byblos" named after its Phoenician Sun-deity "Byblis/Byblos" believed to be the granddaughter of Apollo, the Greek Sun-diety.

NOTE: The word "Bible" was first used in 400 AD

* "The Scripture" can be used without any reference to pagan worship.

19. Grace comes from the Greek word "charis," and the Latin word "gratia." "Charis" was a Greek deity, the wife of Vulcan. From the goddess "Charis" comes the Greek "Charities," three female deities, daughters of "Helios," the Greek/Roman high Sun-god.

* Chesed or favor are better words both in Hebrew and English, and can be used without reference to paganism.

20. Hades was the Greek supreme deity of the underworld and also known as a Sun-deity. The word "Hades" became used for the word "grave," and is usually mistranslated as "hell" by translators.

* Sheol is the proper Hebrew word for the "grave" or world of the dead.

* Gehenna is the Greek word for the place or state of everlasting punishment.

21. Hallowed comes from the description of the pagan English fall festival of Halloween or Hallow-even. The festival portrays the Sun-image of the "KromKrauch" who was worshipped at this seasonal festival.

22. Sacred comes from the word "Sakra" pertaining to the Persian/Roman god "Mithra/ Mithras." "Sakra/Mithra/Mithras" became the Sun-deity called "Sol Invictus," the unconquered Sun-deity. "Sol Invictus" remains in the Roman Catholic Church today

23. Sanctified comes from the Latin word "sanctus" which comes from the Greek word "sancus" used expressly for the Greek Sun-god "Apollo."

* Kodesh is the Hebrew word for "set-apart" pertaining to the things of Yahweh, including His invisible presence.
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Sherry Shriner

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