Holy Bible Dictionary

Ye do the deeds of your father. Then said they to him, We be not born of fornication; we have one Father, even God.  Joh 8:39-41

If you've confronted this passage, consulted with dictionaries, commentaries, religious leaders, journalists, friends, or churches in an attempt to comprehend what it meant, and concluded that there's something not quite correct about the notion that fornication is merely sex outside of marriage, you already know why it's necessary to add this Bible Dictionary to the internet.  The English language has changed so significantly since the KJV version of the Holy Bible was published that it's now impossible to understand the real meaning of most Scripture without this detailed analysis of the context of the original words



Miscegenation, Sodomy, Cross-dressing, and Burning Your Children.


Race mixing, miscegenation, or mongrelization, rather than sex outside of marriage.


This Greek word refers to both people and animals, and appears as "unclean" in most English translations of the Holy bible.  As the word applies to animals, it cannot mean only moral or spiritual uncleanness, nor can it mean only that the subject at hand doesn't wash before a meal, as animals don't have or exhibit such traits.  At least in this context, it must be a reference to racial impurity, or mongrelization.  Also see mamzer.


This Hebrew word is translated in the KJV as groves and in Strong's as happy, concealing this reference to the Phoenician goddess Asherah.


Kindle, consume, or put away.


At the time the KJV translation was published, this word referred only to a child born of mixed race parents, but today that definition is not even included in Webster's Dictionary:

n. A natural child; a child begotten and born out of wedlock; an illegitimate or spurious child. By the civil and canon laws, a bastard becomes a legitimate child, by the intermarriage of the parents, at any future time. But by the laws of this country, as by those of England, a child, to be legitimate, must at least be born after the lawful marriage.

Bastard eigne', or bastard elder, in law, is when a man has a bastard son, and afterward marries the mother, and has a legitimate son, called mulier puisne, or younger.

a. Begotten and born out of lawful matrimony; illegitimate.

v.t. To make or determine to be a bastard.

This change in the meaning of the word makes it impossible to comprehend what was meant by the following Scripture without carefully analyzing the original Hebrew and Greek words:

Deu 23:2 A bastard shall not enter into the congregation of the LORD; even to his tenth generation shall he not enter into the congregation of the LORD.

The original Hebrew word "mamzer" is defined by Strong's as follows:




From an unused root mian. to alienate; a mongrel, that is, born of a Jewish father and a heathen mother: - bastard.

Where the definitions alienate and mongrel are correct, there are four problems with Strong's commentary:

  1. The Holy Bible is not about "a Jewish father"--it's about the House of Israel.
  2. A child of two parents of the same race whose mother is a heathen is not a mamzer.
  3. An offspring is not a mamzer only if the mother is a "heathen".  By Israelite law, if either of the parents are non-Israelites, then the child is a mamzer.
  4. Adding the word bastard as a commentary confuses the actual definition of mongrel, which is a completely different word with an almost contradictory meaning.

The context of the following Scripture from the New Testament, which translates the word English word bastard from the Greek word nothos, provides a better meaning of the word nothos than do the official translations from Strong's and Thayer:

Heb 12:8 But if ye be without chastisement, whereof all are partakers, then are ye bastards, and not sons.




Of uncertain affinity; a spurious or illegitimate son: - bastard.

Thayer Definition:

1) illegitimate, bastard

2) one born, not in lawful wedlock, but of a concubine or female slave

LSJ defines Nothos as "bastard, baseborn, cross-bred", definitions which are inexplicably missing from Strong's and Thayer.


See behemah.


Perceived as beasts by KJV translators, the context demonstrates it's a reference to Negroids.


The following definition of blasphemy from Webster's ignores the most serious form of blasphemy, the only blasphemy which cannot be forgiven, blasphemy of the holy spirit, something that is much different than blasphemy of God or Jesus Christ:

n. An indignity offered to God by words or writing; reproachful, contemptuous or irreverent words uttered impiously against Jehovah.

Blasphemy is an injury offered to God, by denying that which is due and belonging to him, or attributing to him that which is not agreeable to his nature.

In the middle ages, blasphemy was used to denote simply the blaming or condemning of a person or thing. Among the Greeks, to blaspheme was to use words of ill omen, which they were careful to avoid.

1. That which derogates from the prerogatives of God. Mark 2.

By claiming that blasphemy can only be of God, blasphemy of the holy spirit, which by definition cannot be blasphemy of God, is obscured and misrepresented.


While the KJV defined "teknogia" as "childbearing", the actual meaning from the Greek Septuagint is "child rearing", which includes the entire process of giving birth to an raising a child, not simply "childbearing", but "child rearing":




From the same as G5041; childbirth (parentage), that is, (by implication) maternity (the performance of maternal duties): - childbearing.


Four Hebrew words, chalal [H2490], chaneph [H2610], tame [H2930, and anah [H6031] are translated into the one English word defile, but each has a specific meaning in the Scripture.  Chalal is religious defilement, chaneph is moral defilement, tame is racial defilement [read: mongrelize], and anah means to afflict physically.


See diabolos.


This Greek word is translated as "false accusers" and "slanderers" whenever it's plural, and as "devil" whenever it's singular.


The Hebrew word niddah is translated as separated or put apart in the KJV, and defined by Strong's as impurity, menstruation, idolatry, filthiness, flowers, but in context is a clear reference to exile.

Fear of the jews -- FOTJ

Fear of the jews is what divides Israelites in the USA.


Mixing the holy seed with the people of the land is the abomination which God divorced the House of Israel for (which enabled the Assyrians to kill 180,000 Israelites and take 100,000 Israelites captive), and which will prevent any fornicator from ever being saved.  Strong's Concordance provides the following misleading definition of "fornication", putting many of the House of Israel at risk:




From G4203; harlotry (including adultery and incest); figuratively idolatry: - fornication.

Thayer's Greek Definitions further spreads the ignorance with the following definition which completely eliminates the sheer concepts of miscegenation or race mixing:

Thayer Definition:

1) illicit sexual intercourse

1a) adultery, fornication, homosexuality, lesbianism, intercourse with animals etc.

1b) sexual intercourse with close relatives; Lev. 18

1c) sexual intercourse with a divorced man or woman; Mar_10:11,Mar_10:12

2) metaphorically the worship of idols

2a) of the defilement of idolatry, as incurred by eating the sacrifices offered to idols

Why would God destroy Sodom and Gomorrah with an eternal fire unless fornication meant destroying the holy seed?

It's clear that fornication must refer to miscegenation, and that uncleanness must refer to mongrels or mamzers, yet in the KJV translation it's impossible to detect this.  In 105 instances of the Hebrew word "zanah", 15 occurrences of the Greek word "porneio" and 26 references to the Greek word "porneia", never do the words "miscegenation", "mongrel", "mongrelization" ever appear, instead being translated as "harlot", "whoring", "whoremonger", "whoredom", or "fornication". 


Where Strong's defines gillul as logs, and the KJV translators believed it to mean idols, a detailed analysis of the Scripture reveals it to be a reference to non-Israelites or mamzers.


Strong's Concordance




From H6942; a sacred place or thing; rarely abstractly sanctity: - consecrated (thing), dedicated (thing), hallowed (thing), holiness, (X most) holy (X day, portion, thing), saint, sanctuary.




From a?�??? hagos (an awful thing) compare G53, [H2282]; sacred (physically pure, morally blameless or religious, ceremonially consecrated): - (most) holy (one, thing), saint.

Webster's Dictionary


1. Properly, whole, entire or perfect, in a moral sense. Hence, pure in heart, temper or dispositions; free from sin and sinful affections. Applied to the Supreme Being, holy signifies perfectly pure, immaculate and complete in moral character; and man is more or less holy, as his heart is more or less sanctified, or purified from evil dispositions. We call a man holy,when his heart is conformed in some degree to the image of God, and his life is regulated by the divine precepts. Hence, holy is used as nearly synonymous with good, pious, godly.

Be ye holy; for I am holy. 1 Pet 1.

2. Hallowed; consecrated or set apart to a sacred use, or to the service or worship of God; a sense frequent in Scripture; as the holy sabbath; holy oil; holy vessels; a holy nation; the holy temple; a holy priesthood.

3. Proceeding from pious principles,or directed to pious purposes; as holy zeal.

4. Perfectly just and good; as the holy law of God.

5. Sacred; as a holy witness.

Holy of holies, in Scripture, the innermost apartment of the Jewish tabernacle or temple, where the ark was kept,and where no person entered, except the high priest, once a year.

Holy Ghost, or Holy Spirit, the Divine Spirit; the third person in the Trinity; the sanctifier of souls.

Holy war, a war undertaken to rescue the holy land, the ancient Judea, from the infidels; a crusade; an expedition carried on by christians against the Saracens in the eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth centuries; a war carried on in a most unholy manner.

The most important meaning of the word holy, to be set apart, is precisely what's missing in Strong's and obscured in Webster's definitions, making it impossible to use these definitions to get a good idea of the real meaning of God's holy people, the holy land, the holy spirit, and the holy ghost.   The context of the phrase holy people in the Old Testament provides a better insight into the true meaning of holy than any of these or other dictionary definitions.

  1. set apart
  2. special
  3. separate
  4. peculiar
  5. chosen
  6. a royal priesthood
  7. high above all nations
  8. a holy nation
  9. redeemed of the LORD
  10. called
  11. sought out
  12. a city not forsaken

Whereas the churches claim that they are holy, and that holy means hallowed, sacred, consecrated, pious, zealous, good, or perfectly just, the context of the word in the Holy Bible demonstrates that it means set apart racially, or more accurately, racially pure. This is illustrated by the fact that taking one of five coins at random and setting it aside makes that coin "kodesh".

Holy Seed

Holy Spirit

While jews can claim that Christ was a LIAR when He claimed to be a pure Israelite, and when He accused the jews of being mongrels, Christians can only believe that Christ told the TRUTH when He stated those facts.   And because Christ made it clear that these "jews" were mongrels, calling Christ a jew is equivalent to calling him a mongrel, which is blasphemy of the holy spirit, the ONLY unforgivable sin.

For out of the heart proceed evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false witness, blasphemies:  These are the things which defile a man: but to eat with unwashen hands defileth not a man. Mat 15:19-20

Numbers 25:3 (KJV) And Israel joined himself unto Baal-peor: and the anger of the Lord was kindled against Israel.

Neh. 13:23 (KJV) In those days also saw I Jews that had married wives of Ashdod, of Ammon, and of Moab:

Numbers 25:5 (KJV) And Moses said unto the judges of Israel, Slay ye every one his men that were joined unto Baal-peor.

The word "fornications" in the above Scripture should have been "miscegenation", which would more accurately describe what the jews meant when they said "we be not born of fornication":

Main Entry: mis�ce�ge�na�tion
Pronunciation: (")mi-"se-j&-'nA-sh&n, "mi-si-j&-'nA-
Function: noun
Etymology: irregular from Latin miscEre to mix + genus race -- more at MIX, KIN
Date: 1864
: a mixture of races; especially : marriage or cohabitation between a white person and a member of another race
- mis�ce�ge�na�tion�al /-shn&l, -sh&-n&l/ adjective

If fornication meant only homosexuality or bestiality, how could the "great whore ... corrupt the earth" by sex outside of marriage alone?

For true and righteous are his judgments: for he hath judged the great whore, which did corrupt the earth with her fornication, and hath avenged the blood of his servants at her hand. Rev 19:2


Defined by Strong's as log, the context of the KJV indicates that it's a veiled reference to mamzers.


The answer is that Christ accused them of having both Abraham and diabolos [From G1225; a traducer; specifically Satan (compare [H7854]): - false accuser, devil, slanderer] as ancestors, while ascertaining for us that Christ was of a distinct and separate ancestry which included Abraham but excluded diabolos.   In other words, Christ accused them of being mamzers [read: mongrels] while asserting that He Himself was a pure Israelite descendant of Abraham:

I know that ye are Abraham's seed; but ye seek to kill me, because my word hath no place in you. Joh 8:37

I speak that which I have seen with my Father: and ye do that which ye have seen with your father. Joh 8:38

They answered and said unto him, Abraham is our father. Jesus saith unto them, If ye were Abraham's children, ye would do the works of Abraham. Joh 8:39

It was this distinction between His ancestry and the ancestry of the jews, "I speak that which I have seen with my Father: and ye do that which ye have seen with your father" that caused the jews to proclaim [and LIE] that they had only one ancestor, and were not descendants of  diabolos, just as modern jews do today.


The word "jew" has two different and contradictory meanings.

A)  jews are mamzers

Twenty different translators, including the KJV translators, accepted the notion that the jews claimed that Abraham was their "father", and that the Greek word pater never means ancestor, even though Strong's provides a clue that it also means ancestor G3962 - pate�r - pat-ayr' - Apparently a primary word; a "father" (literally or figuratively, near or more remote): - father, parent.

Once this use of the word pater is recognized, it's clear from the following Scripture in John 8, that Christ identified those calling themselves "jews" to be mamzers:

"They answered and said unto him, Abraham is our ancestor. Jesus saith unto them, If ye were Abraham's children, ye would do the works of Abraham. But now ye seek to kill me, a man that hath told you the truth, which I have heard of God: this did not Abraham. Ye do the deeds of your ancestor. Then said they to him, We be not born of fornication; we have one ancestor, even God. Jesus said unto them, If God were your ancestor, ye would love me: for I proceeded forth and came from God; neither came I of myself, but he sent me. Why do ye not understand my speech? even because ye cannot hear my word. Ye are of your ancestor diabolos, and the lusts of your ancestor ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it. And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not. Which of you convinceth me of sin? And if I say the truth, why do ye not believe me? He that is of God heareth God's words: ye therefore hear them not, because ye are not of God.

Then answered the Jews, and said unto him, Say we not well that thou art a Samaritan, and hast a devil?"

These jews claimed that both Abraham and God were their ancestors, but Christ claimed that their God was not the God of Abraham.  Christ admitted that they were the "seed of Abraham", but claimed that diabolos was also their God or ancestor . This reference to diabolos could not possibly be a reference to Abraham, as this would assign the characteristics "traducer", "false accuser", "slanderer", or "devil" to Abraham.  This can only mean that they are mongrel descendants of both Abraham and diabolos [or the God of Abraham and the god of diabolos], which would mean that Christ accused them of being mamzers who were without the holy spirit, and thus who were incapable of comprehending Christ's words.  This is confirmed by their response that they "be not born of miscegenation; we have one ancestor, even God".

Why would they insist that they have only one ancestor if Christ hadn't accused them of having two?

What's missing from most definitions of the word jew is Christ's revelation that these people who were claiming to be jews, were mamzers. 

The following proves jews were not true children of Abraham

Joh 8:33 They answered, "We are Abraham's children! We have never been anyone's slaves.

B) jews are Judaites

Christ's revelation certainly cannot be a reference to pure Israelite descendants of Judah as suggested in the following definition from Strong's:




Patronymic from H3063; a Jehudite (that is, Judaite or Jew), or descendant of Jehudah (that is, Judah): - Jew.

The following Scripture is consistent with the above definition from Strong's, but certainly not with Christ's identification of the jews as mamzers:

Zec 8:23 Thus says the LORD of hosts: In those days ten men from the nations of every tongue shall take hold of the robe of a Jew, saying, 'Let us go with you, for we have heard that God is with you.'"


A spineless, frightened product of the American "education" system whose FOTJ takes priority over every moral, principled, logical fiber of his body.


Translated as "dog" by the KJV translators, the context reveals that it actually means "sodomite".


The first impression is that this is a misuse of the word "fornication".  You do the works of your father.  We be not born of fornication, we have one father, God.  But further investigation reveals that this is an allusion to Deuteronomy 23:2:

"No mamzer [read: mongrel] shall enter the assembly of the LORD; even to the tenth generation none of his descendants shall enter the assembly of the LORD.

Why did the jews claim here that they had only one ancestor [read: father], and why did they associate this with the Greek word "porneia"?  Why did the Strong's definition of "porneia", as well as the KJV translation of the New Testament, exclude all references to miscegenation, mamzers, and mongrels when the Old Testament notes that God destroyed entire Israelite civilizations for such behavior?

These two Greek words express a conditional concept. They do not express a certain state so much as they express the ability to possess a certain state, f a t � phthartos means mongrelizable and implies that an object is able to be mongrelized, whereas a �f a t aphthartos means unmongrelizable which means that the object is not only not mongrelized, but it is not able to be mongrelized. f a t � phthartos occurs in the

In spite of these misleading definitions, the following exchange Jesus had with the jews tells us everything we need to know about the actual meaning of the word Greek word "porneia", which most translators erroneously assert means only "fornication":

They answered and said unto him, Abraham is our father. Jesus saith unto them, If ye were Abraham's children, ye would do the works of Abraham.

But now ye seek to kill me, a man that hath told you the truth, which I have heard of God: this did not Abraham.


The three Hebrew words "Adam", "Ish", and "Enosh" are three different races of people who are all translated as one English word "man" by the KJV and most subsequent translators.

Melchizedek Priesthood

Compared to the order of Aaron.


Where it would appear that prohibitions against race mixing and miscegenation are absent from the New Testament, the fact that the Greek word akathartos actually means spirit of miscegenation is proof that this important instruction from the Holy Bible was obscured or eliminated by the KJV translators.

Mixed Multitude


?e^reb ?ereb

ay'-reb, eh'-reb

The second form used in 1Ki_10:15 with the article prefixed); from H6148; the web (or transverse threads of cloth); also a mixture, (or mongrel race): - Arabia, mingled people, mixed (multitude), woof.

Exo 12:38 And a mixed multitude went up also with them; and flocks, and herds, even very much cattle.

Num 11:4 And the mixed multitude that was among them fell a lusting: and the children of Israel also wept again, and said, Who shall give us flesh to eat?

Nehemiah 13:3 Now it came to pass, when they had heard the law, that they separated from Israel all the mixed multitude.

It's clear from this Scripture that "born of fornication" cannot mean to be conceived out of extra-marital sex.   It has to mean to be born of mixed ancestry, in this case to have two different "fathers" [read: ancestors], one of which was Abraham, and the other of which is referred to as "diabolos".  It cannot mean only "sexual immorality" or sex outside of marriage, because sex outside of marriage wouldn't produce mongrels or mamzers unless it included someone of another race.  It's generally assumed that these jews were mixed race descendants either of the Edomites (descendants of the Hittite women whom Esau married, "who were a grief of spirit to Isaac and to Rebekah", and who may be why God " loved Jacob but hated Esau"), or Judah who miscegenated with Canaanite women in violation of God's Law.

In any event, "born of fornication" clearly means to be a mamzer [read: mongrel, or bastard], which means that these jews were not permitted by God's Law to even enter the congregation of the LORD, even to the tenth generation.  So the fornicator mentioned in Ephesians 5:5 who has no place in the kingdom of Christ and of God is one who mongrelizes with non-Israelites.  As further evidence that fornication refers to mongrelization or miscegenation rather than mere bestiality, lesbianism, or extramarital sex, consider Ezekiel 16:26 where the fornication which was of greatest concern was that with the Egyptians:

Thou hast also committed fornication with the Egyptians thy neighbors, great of flesh; and hast increased thy whoredoms, to provoke me to anger. Eze 16:26

Thou hast moreover multiplied thy fornication in the land of Canaan unto Chaldea; and yet thou wast not satisfied herewith. Eze 16:29

If fornication involved only sex outside of marriage, it wouldn't be necessary to point out that God was angered by their sex with Egyptians and Chaldeans.  It's clear that Egyptians and Chaldeans were considered to be "neighbors" to the Israelites, and that fornication of Israelites with Egyptians and Chaldeans was considered to be interracial sex with them, something worthy of the ultimate punishment by God.


See mamzer.

Natural Man

A comparison of the KJV and AST translations of 2 Peter 2:12 reveals that "natural man" means "bestial man", a reference to the beast of the field.

bullet 2Pe 2:12 But these, as natural brute beasts, made to be taken and destroyed, speak evil of the things that they understand not; and shall utterly perish in their own corruption; [KJV]
bullet 2Pe 2:12 But these as unreasoning natural beasts, having been born for capturing and mongrelizing, speaking evil in things of which they are ignorant; they will utterly perish in their mongrelization, [AST]


Nephesh means soul, life, souls, or lives, and not dead bodies.


Where Strong's Concordance defines niddah as rejection or menstruation, a detailed analysis of the context of the word indicates that it's a reference to Israelites' putting away mamzers.


Adulterous, foreign, non-Israelites who are not brothers.


Improperely translated as filfill by most translators, enabling judeochristians to deem that they alone have the final authority to determine which of God's Laws have been abolished, while blaming it on Christ by claiming that He fulfilled the law [read: it was Christ's fault, not mine].


Where the KJV defines "proselyte" as "a convert to Judaism", the Greek Septuagint proves that it's merely a fellow Isrealite travelling in a foreign land.

Respector of persons

This phrase "Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons", uttered by Peter, and quoted by Luke, is a reference to Deuteronomy 10:17 which refers to how impartial God is when He executes judgment against Israelites, and only Israelites [as only Israelites are under God's Law].


The Hebrew word Adam.

Ruth the Israelite

Ruth was a racial Israelite living in Moab, not a racial Moabitiss.


Translated as "hell", Pastor Templeton demonstrates the real meaning of "shoel".


A reference to the same sex marriages which caused God to destroy Sodom and Gomorrah.


Used mostly in conjunction with holy spirit, which means simply mentality of separation of God's people, spirit is nothing more, nor anything less, than the attitude of God's holy people.


Eight Hebrew and ten Greek words have all been translated as strangers so that the original distinction between their meanings has been lost.  This caused Bible experts who accepted the notion that "strangers" always refers to non-Israelites to presume that the prohibition against mamzers in God's Law has been abolished.


Where ships arrive from every three years loaded with gold, silver, ivory, apes [read: tin], and peacocks [read:copper].


First five books of the Holy Bible; Pentateuch; the Law of Moses.


Where Strong's Concordance defines tumah as religious impurity, a detailed analysis of the context of the word indicates that it's a reference to miscegenation.


Aaron's breastplate.