Check out lists
of "attributes of God" on-line, or in Christian theology books.
all of these lists, the gender of God, is conspicuously absent.
By stark contrast, God, seen throughout the Bible, is obviously a male being.
And - this IS REALLY TRUE!
Jesus Christ, calls God "Father"
about 250 times in the Bible, and other Bible spokesmen do so about 100 times more.
are told in Hebrews 1:3, that Jesus Christ (the Son) is the "express image" of God, and elsewhere
in the New Testament that he was circumcised, like all Jewish baby boys.
Thus, God is plainly
a male person!
This is in addition to the Bible plainly showing us that God is a male, throughout
the entire Bible.
See my other web site GodIsAStraightMale.com for many more details.
But, my point here, is to say that the many, supposed, experts, producing
the flood of modern bibles, are NOT qualified because they refuse to believe God is actually a male
person as demanded by a straight, plain, reading of the Bible.
We cannot trust
these people. They demonstrate a LOW VIEW of Scripture. They DO
NOT believe the Bible is God's Word.
I'm convinced we see many places in modern
bibles where translators play "fast and loose" with God's Scriptures.
my many bible articles at CreationOutreach.com for many details.
Keeping in mind that Jesus Christ
called God "Father" about 250 times in the New Testament, and also, Jesus said:
24:35 - "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall
not pass away."
We are dealing with God's Word. Modern translators do NOT
show appropriate high regard, otherwise they would accept the plain Bible testimony that God is a male!
Modern science really DOES show that our world is exquisitely, deliberately, created by God,
including the major feature that humans and animals are deliberately male and female.
This is apparent to any candid observer, in spite of academic "experts" holding to the contrary view of
Darwinism, or evolution.
See my page, at this web site:
Extreme Molecular Intricacy of Living Things Makes a Slam Dunk God Deliberately Made
The correct answer is to make the regular King James Bible (KJB) one's
A good study bible will alert the reader, by footnote, where modern readers
may have trouble with the older English, but the superior accuracy of the KJB is well worth any extra trouble.