> Of coarse it will mean "sly" "crafty" and so on when you use a
> Bible dictionary because that is what they want it to mean to
> help continue their dogma... go find a dictionary that gives
> the true meaning of the word as used in the time the Bible was
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word ""subtil" is an archaic variation of the word "subtle", and lists the word "subtle" as a definition, which of course can also mean "sly" or "crafty", so the KJV Dictionary is correct.
This online dictionary of King James Version words contains over 11,000 definitions. This dictionary is derived from Noah Webster's American Dictionary of the English Language, a dictionary published in 1828 which frequently uses Bible verses in the definitions.
Strong's Dictionary of the original Hebrew text:
By the way, what was the reference you used for the definition in your original post? You didn't give a citation.
Post Edited (03-Aug-13 15:11)