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Thursday, 10 January 2013

66. What means the Hebrew word "sar"?

What means the Hebrew word "sar"?

In some places on the Bible this Hebrew word is translated as "prince". 

"And in that hour, the Highest Messenger MichaEl (the one who watches over the sons of your people) will arise, and then a time of difficulty will begin such as has never happened before and will never happen again. Will raise all those whose were written in the book, and many who died and were buried will be resurrected; some to life in the age, some to disgrace, and some will be scattered and shamed in that age. Then those who understand my words will shine like the brightness of the sky and like the stars in the heavens for ages of ages." 
Septuagint - Daniel 12:1-3 

In this text the Hebrew words for "the Highest Messenger MichaEl (in Greek: Michaēl o angelos o megas)" is "Mikael hassar haggadowl " and the basic text is the Hebrew. In text the word for "Highest" is "haggadowl" and for "Messenger" is "hassar". "Messenger" for "hassar" is not a good translation. Let's see what mean the word "sar" in one of the Hebrew text:

"And Abimelech hath gone unto him from Gerar, and Ahuzzath his friend, and Phichol head (sar) of his host;" Genesis 26:26 Young's Literal Translation

Introducing this text in Septuagint we have:

"And in that hour, the Highest (or "Great") Head MichaEl (the one who watches over the sons of your people) will arise, and then a time of difficulty will begin such as has never happened before and will never happen again. Will raise all those whose were written in the book, and many who died and were buried will be resurrected; some to life in the age, some to disgrace, and some will be scattered and shamed in that age. Then those who understand my words will shine like the brightness of the sky and like the stars in the heavens for ages of ages." 
Septuagint - Daniel 12:1-3 

"And the head of the kingdom of Persia is standing over-against me twenty and one days, and lo, Michael, first of the chief heads, hath come in to help me, and I have remained there near the kings of Persia;
(...)
And he saith, Hast thou known why I have come unto thee? and now I turn back to fight with the head of Persia; yea, I am going forth, and lo, the head of Javan hath come; but I declare to thee that which is noted down in the Writing of Truth, and there is not one strengthening himself with me, concerning these, except Michael your head."
Daniel 10:13,21 Young's Literal Translation
http://yltbible.com/daniel/10.htm

Now, I ask you, is Michael just "one" of the heads of the hosts (army) of Almighty God or he is the head of the whole hosts of God?

"The Arab historian Shahrastani (Eleventh Century) affirms that, in the Fourth Century, Arius borrowed his doctrine, according to which the Messiah is the first angel of God for the Magharians, "who lived four hundred years before Arius and were known by the simplicity of their way of life and their serene abstinence."
"Who were these Magharians, whose existence dates back to the First Century before the Christian era? Their Arab name leaves little doubt; it means "people of the cavern or the cave," because -- Shahrastani makes clear -- they hid their sacred texts in caverns."
"There is nothing surprising in the fact that the doctrine of the Angel-Messiah (the angelos-christos) was originally Essene, since it was shared by the [various] Christianities and predominated up to the historization of Jesus, undertaken in the second half of the Second Century."
http://www.notbored.org/resistance-4.html
Who was this "Magharians" ("people of the cavern or the cave" )? When and why they living in caverns?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mattathias
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maccabean_Revolt
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasidim
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasideans
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antiochus_IV_Epiphanes
Arian Christology is Jewish-Magharian (Hassidim) Christology. Magharians was the Jewish "Hassidim" in the time of Antiochus IV Epiphanes.

So, Arian Christology is the nontrinitarian belief that Christ was God's archangel - Michael, who chose to become a human.

Arian (Hasidim) Christology opossing Athanasian Christology

What is Athanasian Christology?

Athanasian Christology—the trinitarian belief that Christ was God himself who chose to become a human.

The origin of this view is in the gnostic movement:
In the fourth-century, Marcellus of Ancyra (pro Sabbelian like Athanasius) declared that the idea of the Godhead existing as three hypostases (hidden spiritual realities) came from Plato through the teachings of Valentinus,[9] who is quoted as teaching that God is three hypostases and three prosopa (persons) called the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit:
"Now with the heresy of the Ariomaniacs (this is about the arian fraction who do a compromise with the trinitarians), which has corrupted the Church of God... These then teach three hypostases, just as Valentinus the heresiarch first invented in the book entitled by him 'On the Three Natures'. For he was the first to invent three hypostases and three persons of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and he is discovered to have filched this from Hermes and Plato." [10]
Since Valentinus had used the term hypostases, his name came up in the Arian disputes in the fourth century. Marcellus of Ancyra, who was a staunch opponent of Arianism but also denounced the belief in God existing in three hypostases as heretical (and was later condemned for his views)[dubious – discuss][citation needed], attacked his opponents (On the Holy Church, 9) by linking them to Valentinus:
"Valentinus, the leader of a sect, was the first to devise the notion of three subsistent entities (hypostases), in a work that he entitled On the Three Natures. For, he devised the notion of three subsistent entities and three persons — father, son, and holy spirit."[11]
It should be noted that the Nag Hammadi library Sethian text Trimorphic Protennoia identifies Gnosticism as professing Father, Son and feminine wisdom Sophia or as Professor John D Turner denotes, God the Father, Sophia the Mother, and Logos the Son.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentinus_(Gnostic)
"If he adapted the trinitarian conception -- Father-Son and Pneuma-Spirit (Spirit), which would triumph at Nicaea -- from the Valentinian Theodotus, Bardesane was opposed to Marcion and he rejected the Demiurgical creation. According to Bardesane, the world was the work of a Good God, because, despite its imperfections, salvation enters into mankind's possibilities. Thus it was incorrectly that Ephrem the Syrian denounced the influence of Bardesane on Mani, the founder of the Manichean religion. If the Bardesanites excluded from their canon the two epistles of Paul to the Corinthians, no doubt it was due to Marcionism, which presented versions anterior to the Catholic corrections."
Opinion rejected in 268 at the Council of Antioch, but later accepted at the Council of Nicaea.
"Ironically, the synod that deposed Paul of Samosate would reject the term homoousios (consubstantial) by which he designated the identity of God and the Christ; this was the same quality that the Church would impose in the Fourth Century as the only trinitary truth."
http://www.notbored.org/resistance-17.html
"This Theophile did not hesitate to speak of the letters of Paul as the "holy and divine Word [Verbe]," not without ridding them of the Marconite word [parole]. He also borrowed from Theodotus the notion of the trinity and he would undertake the "harmonization of the Gospels, which thus appeared to him nearly deprived of harmony," Deschner remarks.[9]"
http://www.notbored.org/resistance-17.html
Now we could reconstruct the steps of the pagan philosophical concept of Trinity in Christianity
First step: Paganism (Hermes, Plato)
Second step: Gnosticism (Valentinus)
Third step: Christianity (Theophilus via Theodotus)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theophilus_of_Antioch
Marcellus of Ancyra (Sabbelian): Valentinus the heresiarch first invented in the book entitled by him 'On the Three Natures'. For he was the first to invent three hypostases and three persons of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and he is discovered to have filched this from Hermes and Plato.
Marcellus of Ancyra: "Valentinus, the leader of a sect, was the first to devise the notion of three subsistent entities (hypostases), in a work that he entitled On the Three Natures. For, he devised the notion of three subsistent entities and three persons — father, son, and holy spirit"
Raoul V.: "This Theophile did not hesitate to speak of the letters of Paul as the "holy and divine Word [Verbe]," not without ridding them of the Marconite word [parole]. He also borrowed from Theodotus the notion of the trinity and he would undertake the "harmonization of the Gospels, which thus appeared to him nearly deprived of harmony," Deschner remarks.[9]"


See also:

1. The snowball Trinity versus the Father Almighty
2. He is "Yehowah": God's holy name

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