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topic was closed, so i messaged you here
you said"You sort of missed what they said. There is debate on this, but some argue the male pronouns as mistranslations from the original text to promote the "male' superiority of the times. I known not if this is accurate or not, but quoting a bible really isn't going to help clear that up unless its the original one."
the fact is, that they are not mistranslated. the pronounces are accurate. moreover the belief that the bible has many mistranslations and inaccuracies is false. Any unbiased document scholar will agree that the Bible has been remarkably well-preserved over the centuries. Copies of the Bible dating to the 14th century AD are nearly identical in content to copies from the 3rd century AD. When the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, scholars were shocked to see how similar they were to other ancient copies of the Old Testament, even though the Dead Sea Scrolls were hundreds of years older than anything previously discovered. Even many hardened skeptics and critics of the Bible admit that the Bible has been transmitted over the centuries far more accurately than any other ancient document.
There is absolutely no evidence that the Bible has been revised, edited, or tampered with in any systematic manner. The sheer volume of biblical manuscripts makes it simple to recognize any attempt to distort God’s Word. There is no major doctrine of the Bible that is put in doubt as a result of the inconsequential differences among the manuscripts.
and while there are some level of mistranslations. the word angelos is not one of them. it is 100% a masculine word the word angelos has no feminine form. angelos meaning is messenger. and while there is a feminine form of messenger, its not angelos, the word for messenger that has both a masculine and feminine form is Aggelos"masculine" and Aggeliki "Feminine" but neither of these words ever appear in the abrahamic scriptures EVER and like i said The only named angels in the Bible—Michael, Gabriel, Lucifer are all male names. and never had a feminine form