Gospel in China’s Pictorial Language

Biblical stories are embedded into Chinese characters.  Written Chinese arises from the beginning of Chinese civilization, which dates back about 4200 years. This means that the Chinese script was developed about…

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Ark – means of preservation

And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh has come before me; for the earth is filled with violence, and behold, I will destroy all flesh from off the earth. Make yourself therefore an ark of gopher wood.

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Shin – Genesis 5

When Adam named the animals, he didn't give them common names but rather consciously reckoned his fellow creatures for their essential natures. The noun שם (shem) means name, fame, and Conscious Knowledge Of The Whole Of Creation.

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Shin – Genesis 3 & 4

The paleo-hebrew word for Seth and appointed are the same. "God has appointed me another seed instead of Abel whom Cain slew. And God revealed himself unto Seth"

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Shin – Genesis 2

I have to wonder if this is where the word Amen comes from. It is related to showing belief, confirmation, or support. I am also wondering if it is the same word used in Testimony of Saint John: "In the name of Father Ahman"

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Shin – Genesis 1

I find it interesting that the English letter S looks like a Snake (Serpent), is the beginning letter of those two words as well as the word Satan, and makes the same sound as the Paleo Hebrew letter Shin (Sin) which is also the sound similar to the hiss of a snake.

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Tav

Tav is related to the future. It is a symbol of the end as in Alpha and Omega. It is used with verbs to represent future tense and to represent the word "shall" or "should". It is related to the word death and may represent represent death in the word generations.

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23 Different Names of India

Many of us know India either by the name of "India" or "Bharata". Some who have a little interest in history, also, know India by the name of "Bharatvarsha" or "Aryavarta". But in past immemorial, India was known by several different names in several different eras and societies and some of those names are listed here:

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