complete meaning. In subsequent sections and throughoutthe book, words are defined using
of their letters. The purpose of the forthcoming A – Z section is merely todocument some of the meanings for each letter. Thesamples are not meant to prove, but to demonstrate. Itwould take an entire book to show how each letter contributes to create a word’s total meaning. I could probably write a small book about each letter, using onlyverifiable histories of the alphabet and scientificallydocumented facts generated by modern computational(computer) linguists. Lord willing, my entire research and collations will appear in a book at some point.For further information, search the KJV for yourself, beginning in Genesis and Matthew. To gather insightsabout the subject from linguists who have already explored this vast and new scientific field of letter meanings, searchthe internet for the following words: linguistics,computational linguistics, quantitative linguistics, phon-aesthesia, phonosemantics, phonosemantic dictionary,sound symbolism, psycho-linguistics, semantics, phonesthemic, phonological clusters, linguistlist.org, phonetic symbolism, bibliography, linguist list 9.1106
. (Theinternet can be a real “web.” Be careful to limit your study to that of verifiable science; avoid mystical New Age information thatcounterfeits the truth of God (e.g.
). They “changed the truthof God into a lie” and even worship God’s creation (Rom. 1:25);esoterics have their own nonsense meanings ascribed to letters; theseshould be avoided. But just because New Age vegans worship ‘mother earth’ is no reason to quit eating vegetables. Likewise, just becauseesoterics see in letters ‘gods’ that are not there, this should not deter true scriptural and scholarly investigation into the word of God.)
If a man points to the stars, some onlookers will simplylook at his feeble finger. When God’s word is lifted up, theshort-sighted will hunt for fumbling human hands.Becareful not to jump to any conclusions about this materialuntil the
book has been read.This book proves, thatfor the English speaker, the King James Bible alone carriesforward, from the first century, “the noise of his voice, and the sound that goeth out of his mouth” (Job 37:2).