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If you would choose the ways and traditions of God over the ways and traditions of man then this is the series for you. The Torchbearer Series has received high praise from truth-seekers searching to reconnect with God, as reflected by being ranked among the top 2% of all courses rated by CourseMarks.

Not all Bibles are based upon the same Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts; so what is the most reliable Bible and why? The quest to answer this critical question launched an investigation resulting in the creation of The Torchbearer Series. The evidence uncovered led to puzzling questions and surprising answers.

In this well-researched, referenced, evidence-based approach to the Christian Bible, The Torchbearer Series presents information that everyone can benefit from, whether they are new to the Bible or a seasoned university Bible professor.

This three-part tour de force course is the result of 3,500+ hours of research which has been streamlined into a six-and-a-half-hour-long lecture series and can be completed in a single day. It starts with the basics, including some important items not typically taught in most Bible colleges, then progresses through suppressed Bible lineages, doctrine (beliefs), and finally how to use the "The Seven Golden Rules of Bible Interpretation" with several critical examples of why it is important to use, while also providing relevant diagrams, charts, and images throughout all courses. By the end of this three-part series, you will know more about Christianity than 99.9% of all Christians.

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Wine as defined by dictionaries around the time the King James Bible was translated by the 47 translators:
"Wine: The juice, fermented or unfermented, of various fruits or plants, used as a beverage, sauce, syrup, etc."

Nathan Bailey’s New Universal English Dictionary 1760 | A New English Dictionary by Benjamin Marin 1748 | A General English Dictionary by John Kersey 1708 | The Royal Dictionary in Two Parts by Abel Boyer 1702