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DocReits January 2, 2014 at 11:48 pm



Liv January 6, 2020 at 4:28 am

I am confused as to why Christians use this word still. Amen is derived from Amen-Ra, the supreme God of the universe in many pagan traditions and so ending a prayer with Amen surly would be idolatrous.

Jack Wellman January 6, 2020 at 8:55 am

Hello Liv. Jesus said it and so do others like Paul and John. The word means “truth” and does not come from some pagan tradition. Where did you read or hear this? This is false. Amen was said by Jesus and others and means “truth”. You are getting your information from a pagan source I believe and that makes it false.

white August 22, 2020 at 4:07 pm

Amen is associated with a Egyptian deity. It is in the bible but is associated with another deity. Not the father of Christ. The ten commands, amen, afterlifd and the concept of a final judgment all come from “Egyptian” faith. If stories such as Moses come from Babylonian and Sumerian tales. Please research this

Jack Wellman August 22, 2020 at 5:09 pm

I would check your source because they are teaching error and have zero historical or archeological evidence. The historical facts are that the usage of amen, meaning “so be it” or “truth” (as found in the early scriptures of the Bible), is a word of Biblical Hebrew origin. The word originated in the Hebrew Scriptures, as a confirmatory response; it is found in Deuteronomy as a confirmatory response made by the people. Please do a better job of research for you are in error and may be spreading error with your belief (not based upon historical and Scriptural facts). You are decieved, as the Bible said many would be in the last days. Repent and believe for face God’s judgment (Heb 9:27; Rev 20:12-15).

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