i have noticed some spelling mistakes ,here is one in logos when studying like below , bread in written bred

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Darren peter wright | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Apr 28 2013 12:19 AM

A. Noun.  

zume (ζύμη, 2219), “leaven, sour dough, in a high state of fermentation,” was used in general in making bread. It required time to fulfill the process. Hence, when food was required at short notice, unleavened cakes were used, e.g., Gen. 18:6; 19:3; Exod. 12:8. The Israelites were forbidden to use “leaven” for seven days at the time of Passover, that they might be reminded that the Lord brought them out of Egypt “in haste,” Deut. 16:3, with Exod. 12:11; the unleavened bread, insipid in taste, reminding them, too, of their afflictions, and of the need of self-judgment, is called “the bread of affliction.” “Leaven” was forbidden in all offerings to the Lord by fire, Lev. 2:11; 6:17. Being bred of corruption and spreading through the mass of that in which it is mixed, and therefore symbolizing the pervasive character of evil, “leaven” was utterly inconsistent in offerings which typified the propitiatory sacrifice of Chri

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Paul-C | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 28 2013 12:36 AM

Darren, if you highlight the incorrect text on Logos on your computer (as opposed to iOS devices, etc.) there's an option to "Report Typo".

Logos will store your suggested correction and will hopefully update it in the future.

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David Paul | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 28 2013 1:22 AM

Darren peter wright:

A. Noun.  

zume (ζύμη, 2219), “leaven, sour dough, in a high state of fermentation,” was used in general in making bread. It required time to fulfill the process. Hence, when food was required at short notice, unleavened cakes were used, e.g., Gen. 18:6; 19:3; Exod. 12:8. The Israelites were forbidden to use “leaven” for seven days at the time of Passover, that they might be reminded that the Lord brought them out of Egypt “in haste,” Deut. 16:3, with Exod. 12:11; the unleavened bread, insipid in taste, reminding them, too, of their afflictions, and of the need of self-judgment, is called “the bread of affliction.” “Leaven” was forbidden in all offerings to the Lord by fire, Lev. 2:11; 6:17. Being bred of corruption and spreading through the mass of that in which it is mixed, and therefore symbolizing the pervasive character of evil, “leaven” was utterly inconsistent in offerings which typified the propitiatory sacrifice of Chri

Although it is admittedly difficult to tell for sure, I think "bred" here is being used as the past tense of "breed"...which makes it awkward for two reasons--the confusion with "bread" and the oddity of speaking of leaven as being "bred".

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 28 2013 5:46 AM

David Paul:

Although it is admittedly difficult to tell for sure, I think "bred" here is being used as the past tense of "breed"...which makes it awkward for two reasons--the confusion with "bread" and the oddity of speaking of leaven as being "bred".

Vine's has an intriguing word play:

By the way, found 98 Bible verses have bred:

Noticed none of the verses with bred have bread.

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 28 2013 11:47 PM

Darren peter wright:
Being bred of corruption

I don't believe this is an error but the information on reporting typos through the right click is accurate.

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