Childbirth – to whirl, dance, writhe : חוֹלָ֑לְתִּי – ḥō·w·lā·lə·tî

Conception – a laying down: καταβολῆς – katabolé

Foundation: καταβολῆς – katabolé

  1. A laying down,
  2. depositing, sowing, deposit, technically used of the act of conception.
    • katabolḗ (from katá, “exactly according to,” down from the most general to the most specific detail, “following all the way along,” and bállō, “to cast”) – properly, a foundation, cast according to a blueprint (original design); the substructure which determines the entire direction (destination) of all that follows; the foundation-plan, upon which the entire super-structure is built; (figuratively) the beginning (founding) that purposefully designs all that follows.
    • katabolḗ (“foundation-plan”) typically relates to Christ’s incarnation, i.e. coming to earth in the flesh to be our Redeemer. This divine plan was set and sealed (guaranteed) before creation (Heb 9:26; 1 Pet 1:20; Rev 13:8). In general, (katabolḗ) refers to the basis God has established, upon which all people can know Him. This was laid down before the first ray of sunshine or drop of water touched the earth.

Deductive Reasoning

Deductive reasoning, also deductive logic, logical deduction or, informally, “top-down” logic, is the process of reasoning from one or more statements (premises) to reach a logically certain conclusion. It differs from inductive reasoning or abductive reasoning.

– Deductive Reasoning, definition (Wikipedia)

Elohim – God

God: אֱלֹהִ֑ים – elohim

  • God, god
  • plural in number.
    1. rulers, judges, either as divine representatives at sacred places or as reflecting divine majesty and power:
    2. divine ones, superhuman beings including God and angels האלהים.
    3. (the) sons of God, or sons of gods = angels, sons of princes, mighty men.
    4. gods, the God of gods, supreme God, other gods.
  • Plural intensive.
    1. god or goddess, always with suffix.
    2. godlike one, Moses in relation to Aaron, in relation to Pharaoh; the shade of Samuel.

Elohim – The Trinity

Elohim, the Trinity

  1. Alpha – God the Father, the beginning, [was].
  2. Alpha and Omega – God the Son, the only begotten, Jesus Christ, [is].
  3. Omega – God the Holy Spirit, the end, [to come].

Foundation (of the world)

  • See Conception

Inductive Reasoning

Inductive reasoning (as opposed to deductive reasoning or abductive reasoning) is reasoning in which the premises are viewed as supplying strong evidence for the truth of the conclusion. While the conclusion of a deductive argument is certain, the truth of the conclusion of an inductive argument is probable, based upon the evidence given.

– Inductive Reasoning, definition (Wikipedia)