the difference between BIBLICAL, UN-BIBLICAL & NON-BIBLICAL WORDS
"In the context of the discussion of Scriptures the diffrerences between a word and a concept is made obvious. We learn from the images the literal words convey in our minds. To effective understand Torah, we need be made aware of the difference between a non-biblical word and an un-biblical word.
"Non-biblical words (also called "extra-biblical" by some) are those that simply do not appear in the Bible (e.g. America), whereas un-biblical words are words that contradict the concepts expressed in Scripture (e.g. using "metamorphosis" to explain the manner in which The Son of Yhwh became incarnate).
"The "non-biblical vocabulary" argument errs in that it fails to make a distinction between non-biblical words and un-biblical words.
"While it is true that many words employed by modern religions (judaism and messianism included) are non-biblical, it does not necessarily mean that they express an un-biblical doctrine.
"There are indeed thousands of non-biblical and un-biblical words being applied and misapplied to Scriptures today, but to distinguish and prove which are indeed un-biblical in their concept, this must be demonstrated in a truly convincing and responsible manner by means other than just looking in a concordance to see if the words "appear" in Scripture or not."