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The error is on you, not the

The error is on you, not the Holy Bible.
1. There is more than one resurrection in the Bible. Many shall arise at this one in Daniel. Therefore Daniel is correct.
2.Each gospel account is written from a different perspective. Matthew as the King of the Jews, Luke as the son of man, John as the Son of God. In this case it is certain parts of his final words emphasized.
3. As for Exodus 6:3. Moses knew the name LORD and he wrote Genesis so he could have wrote that in in any way he wished. But that is to simple of an answer. Notice the context of Exodus 6:3, "And I APPEARED unto Abraham..." Check the references, if you do you will find that every time God APPEARS to Abraham, Issac and Jacob they adress him as "Lord" or "God" When the LORD finally APPEARS to Moses (Exodus 34:5-7) He expounds the nature and character of the word Jehovah.

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