Aionian Glossary

The Aionian Bible un-translates and instead transliterates ten special words to help us better understand the extent of God’s love for individuals and all mankind, and the nature of after-life destinies. The original translation is unaltered and an inline note is inserted in sixty-three Old Testament and two hundred three New Testament verses. Compare to Strong's Concordance. Search below.

Abyssos

Language: Koine Greek
Speech: proper noun, place
Usage: 9 times in 3 books, 6 chapters, and 9 verses
Strongs: g12
Meaning:
Temporary prison for special fallen angels such as Apollyon, the Beast, and Satan.

aïdios

Language: Koine Greek
Speech: adjective
Usage: 2 times in Romans 1:20 and Jude 6
Strongs: g126
Meaning:
Lasting, enduring forever, eternal.

aiōn

Language: Koine Greek
Speech: noun
Usage: 127 times in 22 books, 75 chapters, and 102 verses
Strongs: g165
Meaning:
A lifetime or time period with a beginning and end, an era, an age, the completion of which is beyond human perception, but known only to God the creator of the aiōns, Hebrews 1:2. Never meaning simple endless or infinite chronological time in Koine Greek usage. Read Dr. Keizer and Ramelli and Konstan for proofs.

aiōnios

Language: Koine Greek
Speech: adjective
Usage: 71 times in 19 books, 44 chapters, and 69 verses
Strongs: g166
Meaning:
From start to finish, pertaining to the age, lifetime, entirety, complete. Never meaning simple endless or infinite chronological time in Koine Greek usage. Read Dr. Keizer and Ramelli and Konstan for proofs.

Geenna

Language: Koine Greek
Speech: proper noun, place
Usage: 12 times in 4 books, 7 chapters, and 12 verses
Strongs: g1067
Meaning:
Valley of Hinnom, Jerusalem's trash dump, a place of ruin, destruction, and judgment in this life, or the next, though not eternal to Jesus' audience.

Hadēs

Language: Koine Greek
Speech: proper noun, place
Usage: 11 times in 5 books, 9 chapters, and 11 verses
Strongs: g86
Meaning:
Synonomous with Sheol, though in New Testament usage Hades is the temporal place of punishment for deceased unbelieving mankind, distinct from Paradise for deceased believers.

Limnē Pyr

Language: Koine Greek
Speech: proper noun, place
Usage: Phrase 5 times in the New Testament
Strongs: g3041 g4442
Meaning:
Lake of Fire, final punishment for those not named in the Book of Life, prepared for the Devil and his angels, Matthew 25:41.

Sheol

Language: Hebrew
Speech: proper noun, place
Usage: 65 times in 17 books, 50 chapters, and 63 verses
Strongs: h7585
Meaning:
The grave or after-life world of both the righteous and unrighteous, believing and unbelieving.

Tartaroō

Language: Koine Greek
Speech: proper noun, place
Usage: 1 time in 2 Peter 2:4
Strongs: g5020
Meaning:
Temporary prison for particular fallen angels waiting judgment.