Gentile is a Myth because it is the Latin word for Heathen. If you say you are a Gentile, you are saying that you are a heathen.

Gentile is a word that is not used in The One New Man Bible because the Greek word often translated gentile means heathen. Gentile is actually the English spelling of the Latin word for heathen, gentilis, so other translators have for centuries chosen the politically correct term, gentile, instead of what the authors wrote, heathen. The Latin word was used because the earliest English translations were made from the Latin Vulgate text. Those early translators chose not to translate the Latin word, gentilis, instead just spelling the word in English.


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