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A quick review of Strong's Concordance will prove to your satisfaction that the English phrase "alien" [including "aliens" and alienated] appears in Scripture 16 times.  It was translated from "ger" [#1616, a word that's usually translated  "stranger"] ONCE, "nikro" [#5237, also translated mostly "stranger" but also "strange", "foreigners" and even "outlandish"--a real bona fide perversion of the Word of God] three times, "nekar" [#5236] ONCE, "yaqa" [#3363] three times, "naqa" [#5361] three times, "abar" [#5674] ONCE, "appolotrio" [#526] three times, "allotrios" [#245, usually translated "strangers" though] ONCE.

Before knowing the Strong's numbers or the original "hebrew" words from which they are supposedly derived, it's the following verse which alerted many of us to be wary of this word "strange":

Exodus 18:3  And her two sons; of which the name of the one [was] Gershom; for he said, I have been an alien in a strange land:

Exodus 18:3  And her two8147 sons;1121 of which834 the name8034 of the one259 was Gershom;1648 for3588 he said,559 I have been1961 an alien1616 in a strange5237 land:776

Exodus 18:3  And her two sons; of which the name of the one [was] Gershom; for he said, I have been [a ger]  in a [nikro] land:

Obviously there's a contradistinction here that's worthy of further study, right?  So we did.  And that's where we found proof that Moses' wife MUST have been an Israelite.

You see, had she been a non-Israelite, then their son "Gershom" could NOT have been named "ger shom", because "ger" is ALWAYS a reference to an Israelite traveling in a foreign land [whether it be another Israelite city or nation, or a foreign city or nation], right?

To know what a "nikro" land is, you must know what a "nikro" is, right?  This distinction between "ger" and "nikro", the ESSENCE OF SCRIPTURE in the original "hebrew" [most likely Gaelic] and Greek, is completely MISSING from the English "translations", meaning that those who rely only on the KJV can NEVER completely grasp this CONTRADISTINCTION.

Not ALL foreigners are referred to as "nikro".  The wives of Solomon for whom it was a sin for him to marry are "nikro":

Did not Solomon king of Israel sin by these things? yet among many nations was there no king like him, and he was beloved of his God, and God made him king over all Israel: nevertheless even him did foreign [nikro, Strong's #5237] women cause to sin.

Nehemiah 13:26-27And King Solomon loved many
foreign [nikro, Strong's #5237] women, even the daughter of Pharaoh, Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, Sidonians, Hittites; 1 Kings 11:1



While "nikros" have a close racial affinity to the Israelites [e.g., Moabites and Ammonites are descendants of Abraham's nephew Lot, the Egyptians were the Tribe of Dan, the Edomites were descendants of Abraham's grandson Esau's marriage with Canaanites] it was still ALWAYS a sin for Israelites to marry them--and their offspring can NEVER enter the Congregation of the LORD.

But there are numerous other races in the world which PRE-DATE Abraham, right?  The Asians, referred to as "Enosh" in Scripture, who make NO claim to be of Abraham, are even more remotely removed from us racially, right?  And of course it's an even WORSE sin to marry them than it is to marry "nikro".  And niggers, referred to as "behemah" in Scripture, also make no claim to be of Abraham, and it's the DEATH PENALTY to marry them:

And if a woman approach unto any behemah, and lie down thereto, thou shalt kill the woman, and the behemah: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them, Leviticus 20:16

http://fathersmanifesto.net/behemah.htm

Why do jews freak out when you point this verse out to them?

BECAUSE JEWS KNOW THEY HAVE NIGGER ANCESTRY, A MORTAL SIN ACCORDING TO THE WORD OF GOD.

The following jew definition was obviously contrived by jews in a FUTILE attempt to conceal this FACT:

Strongs # 241 foreign, i.e. not a Jew


To an Israelite, a jew is not even a "nikro", nor even a "behemah".   To an Israelite, a jew is even lower on the social scale than a behemah--it is a mamzer:

A mamzer shall not enter into the congregation of the LORD; even to his tenth generation shall he not enter into the congregation of the LORD, Deuteronomy 23:2

 

 

 

 

 

REMINDER: The subject line of this thread is: Re: HEY IDIOT RCC Mal 4:1- An ongoing Translation in the Greek

 

 

Using the standard the Blue Letter Bible feature for Strong's (King James Version) to get a total word count for the Bible (Hebrew (OT) and Greek (NT) [this is not broken down by original word, only KJV occurrences] compared with the Resurgence Greek Project occurrences by word [WHICH INCLUDES THE APOCRYPHA] provides the following comparisons.  However, the Resurgence Greek overlaps variants, whereas the Blue Letter Bible does not ( e.g., singular versus plural).

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KJV English Concordance for "alien"

alien occurs 5 times in 5 verses

Uses Word Definition
5 pa?ep?d?�?? an alien alongside
3 ?pa???t????�a? to estrange, alienate
2 ?pa???t???s?? alienation

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10 occurrences

 

KJV English Concordance for "aliens"

aliens occurs 3 times in 3 verses

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KJV English Concordance for "alienate"

There is one verse containing the word alienate

Uses Word Definition
3 ?pa???t????�a? to estrange, alienate

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3 occurrences

KJV English Concordance for "stranger"

stranger occurs 129 times in 124 verses

Uses Word Definition
35 ?????e??? of another race, a stranger
34 ????? subst: a guest-freind or foreigner, stranger, wandererAdj: strange, foreign, unusual
34 p??????? stranger
14 ?e???? to receive or entertain strangers, to receive as a guest
3 f????e??? loving strangers, hospitable
1 ?e??d???? to entertain guests or strangers 

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121 occurrences

KJV English Concordance for "strangers"

strangers occurs 80 times in 79 verses

Uses Word Definition
14 ?e???? to receive or entertain strangers, to receive as a guest
3 f????e??? loving strangers, hospitable
1 ?e??d???? to entertain guests or strangers

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18 occurrences

KJV English Concordance for "strange"

strange occurs 76 times in 73 verses

Uses Word Definition
35 ?????e??? of another race, a stranger
34 p??????? stranger
34 ????? subst: a guest-freind or foreigner, stranger, wandererAdj: strange, foreign, unusual
16 ????t???? to estrange from
14 ?e???? to receive or entertain strangers, to receive as a guest
12 ?t?p?? out of place, unexpected, strange; wicked, wrong,
3 f????e??? loving strangers, hospitable
3 ?pa???t????�a? to estrange, alienate
2 ???????ss?? using a strange tongue
2 ????t???s?? estrangement
1 ?e??d???? to entertain guests or strangers

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156 occurrences

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Detail --

 

"Stranger"

 

Found by Definition

Uses Word Definition
35 ?????e??? of another race, a stranger
34 ????? subst: a guest-freind or foreigner, stranger, wandererAdj: strange, foreign, unusual
34 p??????? stranger
14 ?e???? to receive or entertain strangers, to receive as a guest
3 f????e??? loving strangers, hospitable
1 ?e??d???? to entertain guests or strangers

 

Word Detail

Lemma Lexical Entry
?????e??? (35) of another race, a stranger
Related Words None found.
Strongs # 241 foreign, i.e. not a Jew
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?????e??? Nominative Singular Masculine 15
?????e?e?? Nominative Plural Masculine 10
?????e??? Genitive Plural Neuter 5
?????e?e? Dative Singular Masculine 2
?????e???? Genitive Singular Masculine 1
?????e??? Nominative Singular Masculine 1
?????e??s? Dative Plural Masculine 1

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Word Detail

 

Lemma Lexical Entry
????? (34) subst: a guest-freind or foreigner, stranger, wandererAdj: strange, foreign, unusual
Related Words p??????? ?e???? ?p????t?? ????f????
Strongs # 3581 foreign (literally, alien, or figuratively, novel); by implication, a guest or (vice-versa) entertainer
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????? Nominative Singular Masculine 7
????? Nominative Plural Masculine 5
????? Accusative Singular Masculine 5
?????? Dative Plural Masculine 3
????? Genitive Singular Feminine 3
????? Genitive Plural Neuter 2
?????? Accusative Plural Masculine 2
???a? Accusative Plural Feminine 1
???? Dative Singular Masculine 1
????? Genitive Singular Neuter 1
???? Dative Singular Feminine 1
????? Accusative Singular Feminine 1
???a?? Dative Plural Feminine 1
???? Nominative Singular Feminine 1

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Word Detail

 

Lemma Lexical Entry
p??????? (34) stranger
Related Words pa?????s?? p??a?
Strongs # 3941 having a home near, i.e. (as noun) a by-dweller (alien resident)
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p??????? Nominative Singular Masculine 11
p??????? Nominative Plural Masculine 7
pa????? Dative Singular Masculine 4
pa?????? Genitive Singular Masculine 3
pa??????? Accusative Plural Masculine 3
p??????? Nominative Singular Neuter 2
pa?????? Present Active Participle Nominative Singular Masculine 1
p??????? Nominative Plural Masculine 1
p??????? Nominative Singular Masculine 1
pa?????? Genitive Plural Masculine 1

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Word Detail

 

Lemma Lexical Entry
?e???? (14) to receive or entertain strangers, to receive as a guest
Related Words None found.
Strongs # 3579 to be a host (passively, a guest); by implication, be (make, appear) strange
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?e???eta? 3rd Person Present Passive Indicative Singular 3
?e?????sa?? Present Active Participle Dative Plural Feminine 2
?????se? 3rd Person Aorist Active Indicative Singular 2
?e??s??�e? 1st Person Aorist Passive Subjunctive Plural 1
?e??e?? Future Active Indicative Singular 1
?e?????ta? 3rd Person Present Passive Indicative Plural 1
?e?????sa? Present Active Participle Accusative Singular Feminine 1
?e??sa?te? Aorist Active Participle Nominative Plural Masculine 1
?e???es?e 2nd Person Present Passive Imperative Plural 1
?e?????ta Present Active Participle Accusative Plural Neuter 1

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 Word Detail

 

Lemma Lexical Entry
f????e??? (3) loving strangers, hospitable
Related Words None found.
Strongs # 5382 fond of guests, i.e. hospitable
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f????e??? Accusative Singular Masculine 2
f????e??? Nominative Plural Masculine 1

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Word Detail

 

Lemma Lexical Entry
?e??d???? (1) to entertain guests or strangers
Related Words None found.
Strongs # 3580 to be hospitable
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??e??d???se? 3rd Person Aorist Active Indicative Singular 1

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