Why science and the Bible don't agree, page-397

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    "Lets say before I met my wife, my plans were to have a wife and kids, now through them, or this thought, for this reason, for the sake of them, by reason of, because of them, through them, I had to make plans on what I was going to do work wise, income.
    I started an apprenticeship as a Fitter Machinist and towards the end of this, in dept to purchase a state of the art, so to speak, a one man band Hay carting machine, 100 bale carrying capacity as during my holidays, spare time, this is part of what I did and this was THROUGH and for the future ones, wife and kids to be.
    NATURALLY, they had NO hands on role at this point in time, but it was still through them, the ones to be."

    Hi Wotsup,
    By your own admission your analogy does not support what the word 'through" means. Your last line says it all
    "they had NO hands on role at this point in time"

    Clearly what you achieved was through hard work and not through " the ones to be."
    They did not exist except in your mind and plans so it could NOT be through them but maybe your hard work was
    on account of, by reason of, for the sake of, because of
    your wish for a wife and children

    But in the Greek Wotsup this is two different words

    Dia https://biblehub.com/greek/1223.htm
    Heneka https://biblehub.com/greek/1752.htm
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