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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soul_in_the_Bible

For traditional Christian and non-Christian use, see Soul. The traditional concept of an .... The definition of soul [psūchê] in the New Testament is based on the ...

www.jw.org/en/publications/books/bible-teach/what-is-a-soul-spirit-meaning

Do 'soul' and 'spirit' have the same meaning? Do people and animals have souls, or are they souls? The Bible's answers may surprise you.

bible.org/seriespage/2-man-trinity-spirit-soul-body

Jun 14, 2004 ... I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved ... the word “Spirit” appears used with a capital letter, it has but one meaning.

www.biblestudytools.com/dictionary/soul

Dictionaries - Baker's Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology - Soul ... Nepes [v,p,n] in the Old Testament is never the "immortal soul" but simply the life ...

www.cbn.com/spirituallife/inspirationalteaching/vonBuseck_Foundations_ManThreeParts.aspx

Jesus said, 'You are Petros,' which means ______ in the Greek, 'and on this Petra,' ... The Bible makes it clear that the soul and spirit are the primary immaterial ...

www.gotquestions.org/soul-spirit.html

In its most basic sense, the word “soul” means “life.” However, beyond this essential meaning, the Bible speaks of the soul in many contexts. One of these is  ...

www.gotquestions.org/human-soul.html

Answer: The Bible is not perfectly clear as to the nature of the human soul. But from studying the way the word soul is used in Scripture, we can come to some ...

www.gci.org/spiritual/soulspirit

Let's begin with the Bible's explanation of the "soul. ... For the above reason, to get the best sense of the meaning of "soul" as used in Scripture, and to see where ...

www.christiancourier.com/articles/526-soul-and-spirit-whats-the-difference

This article contains a brief survey of the biblical data relative to this theme. ... “ What is the difference between the spirit and soul of a human being?” ... some 378 times in the Hebrew Old Testament, and literally meaning “breath,” “wind,” etc.

www.faithandhealthconnection.org/the_connection/spirit-soul-and-body/wholeness-biblical-and-christian-perspective

A Biblical Definition of 'Wholeness' – The state of being perfectly well in body, soul (mind, will and emotions) and spirit. Complete sanctification and restoration.