IDENTITYSection II - KenitesThe word "Jew" in our language today refers to a particular race of people, and the word "race" defines them as of a particular seed,whatever their religion. However, generally speaking we also use thisword "Jew" when we refer to their religion. Thus it could be said tohave two meanings in the connotation of today's language.The word "Jew," as used in the Bible can mean to be of a certainland,Judea, or, to be one of the tribe of Judah. Thus this word "Jew" hastwomeanings as used in the Bible: one) of location; two) of seed.Because today we mean seed and/or religion, and in Biblical days,seedand/or loca-tion, confusion exists concerning which meaning isreferredto from verse to verse in the Bible. More important than this factevenis that Jesus Christ said in Rev. 2:9, " I know the blasphemy of themwhich say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan."The purpose of this study is to define those that say they are, butarenot. It will be proved here that their correct name is Ke-nites,meaningin the Hebrew, Cain's descendants.The Israelites are progeny of the "good" seed, the issue of Adam andEve, or the Adamic people who today accept Jesus Christ as the Son of God. The term, Israel-ites, must of course include the "Jew" when itsmeaning is of the tribe of Judah. The term, Kenites, is limited tothe"evil" seed, Cain's issue, or progeny of the first murderer, Cainbeinga son of Satan and Eve. (See our study on Mark of the Beast.)Now if you, whoever you are, lived in Judea, you might be called aJew,were you mentioned in the Bible, just as Moses father-in-law wassaid tobe a Kenite. He was a Kenite not by blood but because he lived amongthem. If you live in Arkansas, you would be called an Arkansan orArkie,but this has nothing to do with your genealogy.