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Published on Mar 20, 2013
Concerning the Trinitarian lies told about the Hebrew word echad. The Hebrew word echad operates exactly like the English word "one." There is no reason to believe it is a special word used to imply a "compound unity" or a "complex unity." For example, at Numbers 13:23, "one" cluster of grapes signifies a compound unity of grapes, not because the word ECHAD signifies a compound unity, but because the word CLUSTER signifies a compound unity! "Compound unity" is just another way of saying "ONE GROUP." Notice how our English word one is used to refer to a compound unity - ONE group. Why does the English word "one" also work in the same way if it is not a special word to indicate compound unity? Because it gives the numeric value "1" to a single group of multiple things just like echad does. Examples: one flock, one herd, one one church, one assembly, one trio, one quartet, one cluster, etc. In each case, the word "one" OR the word "echad" is not what indicates compound unity. It is the word associated with it that indicates a compound unity . Each of these is numerically ONE GROUP - one flock, one herd, etc. The notion of compound unity, a group, is not found in the Hebrew word "echad" or the English word "one." These words indicate nothing more than the numeric value 1. Compound unities, groups, are signified by words like cluster, herd, flock, church, etc., because each of these are ONE group with MANY things in that ONE group.
All you need to do is realize that the English word "ONE" operates in the exact same manner. The English word "one" isn't a special word for "compound unity" is it? No, ONE group of multiple things is numerically "1" just as the word echad simply means numerically "1".