The links provided in this blog post are not accurate: http://www.ccel.org/browse/authorInfo? id=hitchcock, only goes to a summary of Hitchcock, it does not link to any work entitled "The Whole bible arranged by subjects."
Concerning the use of YHWH in Genesis 1: According to this website: http://www.hebrew4christians.com/Names_of_G- d/YHVH/yhvh.html
In the Tanakh, YHVH is the personal name of God and his most frequent designation, occurring over 6,800 times. This is the Ineffable Name or Unutterable Name of the God of Israel. Because it is composed from the four Hebrew letters Yod, Hey, Vav, and Hey, it is also referred to as the "Tetragrammaton," which simply means "the four letters."
The abbreviated spelling of “YHWH” is actually perfectly appropriate and an acceptable substitute for the full spelling in the bible.
Also, the Subject Bible by itself is available for only $100.00, not $150: http://www.thekjvstore.com/kjv-subject- bible-dr-everette-gaddy.html
Even if this bible did or does use "public domain works" in it's contents, thousands of people have purchased the Subject Bible and are very satisfied with it. It is more convenient to have all 3 of these sections (KJV Bible, Whole Bible Arranged by Subjects, and Alphabetical Subject Index) in 1 Bible.
1 John 5:13 These things have I written unto you that believe on the Name Of The Son Of God ; that ye may Know that ye have eternal life, and that ye may believe on the name of the Son of God.
1 John 5:5 Who is he that overcometh the world, but he that believeth that Jesus is the Son of God?
Revelation 3:5 He that overcometh the same shall be clothed in white raiment ; And I Will Not Blot Out His Name Out Of The Book Of Life , but I will confess his name before my Father, and before his angels
I have been 'nominated' for Who's Who multiple times. It began in college. About once a year I was contacted with them telling me my high grades have earned me the honor of being in Who's Who. A high sales pitch immediately followed. I always declined. Now, years later, they're back. Apparently they're expanding from trying to lure students to luring in professionals as well, stating it will help networking. So again I was 'honored'. It was a high sales pitch and nothing more. As I was curious, I asked if they would need my maiden name for verification of my degrees - nope, they don't need that, they just need a credit card. Do they need any proof of my licensures? Nope. They just want the credit card. Do you have any time to think about it? Nope, but they will continue to lower the price if you're on the phone with them long enough. I hope someone reads this and heeds the warning - they're a scam. Although it sickens me that they pray on professionals, praying upon students is even worse.
I am on the low end of a retail job. I think these people got my information from linked in but unsure. Here's the email The link actually worked. And subject said final notice. Couldn't put in spam folder. May 4, 2015
Dear (my legal name was here)
You were recently chosen as a potential candidate to represent your professional community in the new, 2015 Edition of Global Who's Who. The premier networking organization for distinguished professionals.
Once finalized, your listing will share registry space with tens-of- thousands of fellow accomplished individuals across the globe, each representing accomplishment within their own geographical area.
Remember, there is no cost to be included.
To verify your profile and accept the candidacy, please click here.
On behalf of our Committee I salute your achievement and welcome you to our organization.
Best wishes for continued success.
Warm Regards, John D'Agostino Membership Division Who's Who Among Executives and Professionals
Other than the high price that gives me pause, I would love to own this Bible. I tried the online versions, and they are not good at all. It would be so convenient and a pleasure to have this bible opened on my desk so I can flip through the pages, rather than the PDF files online. The ones online I tried do not work well and it would be a chore each time you want to do a study to go online and try to scroll down to the page, etc. The PDF versions are hard to use. For me, difficulty of doing the study is the worst obstacle to Bible study there is.
Once saved always saved? Read the prodigal son: ‘for this my son was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is found.’
This son was with the father, but he left and returned; while he was with the father, he was safe, but he left and was not safe until he returned again.
Read Hebrews 10:26-27; James 2:14. Anyone who thinks they can make a commission of faith and baptized can go and intentionally sin or just sit and do nothing will not taste the fires of hell need to adjust their thinking.
I do agree that scammers do exist. But I agree with the gentleman who basically has said that if the work he has acquired because of a $5" plaque and a $100 "investment" in his business which he takes great pride in has been beneficial it is worth the effort. As for me my business has held integrity over the many years I've enjoyed my craft. If this avenue produces more business and gives an additional credibility to my services I do not feel shamed. Neysayers may neysay....I have developed a hard shell over the years and will gladly ask all neysayers to exity "shell".
I am a recently retired phycisian, having practiced Internal Medicine/Nephrology for thirty years. I was contacted by phone by one of the "sales reps" and advised that I was accepted for inclusion in their publication due to my distinguished career as a top physician. I saw nothing wrong with being included in their publication, thinking that they would probably ask me to buy their book for a nominal fee. After providing the minimal professional information, I was "approved". After ten minutes time, I thought a little more about it and changed my mind. I called the rep back and advised her as such. I was then told I would have to speak to the CEO before I could withdraw my consent!!!?? What?? So I called back, spoke with this CEO, who was rude and became more so after I told him I thought this was a scam (they had already charged my credit cared $383.00 and told me my plaque had already been made (after half an hour??). I persisted for 15 minutes telling him that there was no peer review by other academics in my field to attest to my "distinguished career" and that my entry is academically meaningless. The conversation ended with ad hominum attacks in me by this guy, telling me I do not deserve to be in their publication. I said your right, give me my money back. Which they did.
I wrote a book about this very topic. It is called "The Un-Saved Christian" and is available on Amazon. It is filled with scriptures that will help you understand what the Bible says about this issue. Yes, you can loose your salvation.
I worked for this company at their new Wall Street location July 2013. I only went through their training where I learned it was a high sales scam so therefore I quit. All of the people's complaints on here are a true testimony of how fraudulent and evil this company is. They just sent me an email today and that's why I looked them up again and looked for fraud alert. I too have linked in and that's exactly how they get your info. I'm happy that I get to save others from making a dire mistake.
Just saw Tonia DeCosimo on People's Court lose her case. She must have thought by not allowing the TV show to use her last name or business name that she couldn't be tracked. LinkedIn shows her as the "owner" but it's strange that her first and last names are flip-flopped.
Can someone give me the phone number and address for these guys? Lets see how they handle the meaty part of a baseball bat. I gave them no money but they spam me 5 times a day and that's worthy of a beating if I can find them.
I just got this email on New Years Day. It's too bad that a holiday isn't seen as much since all these businesses are open as normal. I saw right through the scam and wasn't excited about it at all. I was surprised that is bypassed the spam filters as the email came from: firstname.lastname@example.org; on behalf of; Whos__Who email@example.com Any idiot can tell that a legit company wouldn't have just any random domain name for their email server. lol.