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  1. ... to their own literature, they think that the life-force or spirit (ru' ach ) of Michael the archangel was transfered to Mary's womb, and Michael the archangel disappeared...

    7 Answers · Society & Culture · 12/05/2013

  2. ...of Michael the Archangel was “ transferred to Mary’s egg cell by Almighty ... believe that the Hebrew word ‘ru’ ach ’ (Greek equivalent ‘pneuma’) translated...

    11 Answers · Society & Culture · 01/01/2013

  3. ...-FORCE having been transferred to Mary's egg cell by Almighty ... from the Hebrew word ru' ach , meaning the life-force that animates all...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 11/06/2011

  4. ... that the penalty for sin was death, not transfer to the spirit realm and immortality. (Genesis 2:17) ... used the Hebrew word ru´ ach or the Greek word pneu´ma when writing...

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 18/04/2008

  5. ... that the penalty for sin was death—not transfer to the spirit realm and immortality. (Genesis 2:17) ... used the Hebrew word ru´ ach or the Greek word pneu´ma when writing...

    10 Answers · Society & Culture · 05/10/2006

  6. ..., the important difference is that ru' ach is an impersonal force; it does not have a will... an impersonal "life-force" was transferred into the newly conceived Jesus, then there...

    11 Answers · Society & Culture · 12/05/2013

  7. ... shall have to take away some of the spirit [ru' ach ] that is upon you and place it upon them."... his holy spirit or power, God transferred the life force of his Son in the womb o...

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 13/03/2007

  8. ... the equivalent of the Hebrew Ma·shi′ ach (Messiah), meaning “Anointed ... an ovum in Mary’s womb to become fertile, transferring the life of God’s firstborn Son from the...

    11 Answers · Society & Culture · 06/05/2011

  9. Most names change to some extent when transferred from one language to another. Jesus was...the equivalent of the Hebrew Ma·shi′ ach  (Messiah), and means “Anointed...

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 03/09/2013

  10. ... the words translated “spirit” (Hebrew, ru′ ach ; Greek, pneu′ma) basically mean “breath.” Thus, instead of “his...

    13 Answers · Society & Culture · 09/11/2009

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