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TNT = Dynamite = The New Testament The New Testament The Dunamis of God

Updated: Aug 20, 2021

Definition of TNT

[ˌtē ˌen ˈtē]


a high explosive formed from toluene by substitution of nitro groups for three hydrogen atoms. It is relatively insensitive to shock and can be conveniently melted.

What does TNT explosive mean?

The acronym TNT stand for Trinitrotoluene, it is a chemical compound which creates an explosive material used mostly in bombs and other types of explosives. The yield of the explosion from TNT is considered a standard unit of measurement of explosives and when used in chemistry generates charge transfer salts.

There is a Greek word for Dynamite called "Dunamis". It is a word describing the Power of God.

Definition of Dunamis

Question: "What is the meaning of the Greek word dunamis in the Bible?"

Answer: The Greek dunamis is used 120 times in the New Testament. Loosely, the word refers to “strength, power, or ability.” It is the root word of our English words dynamite, dynamo, and dynamic.



strength power, ability

inherent power, power residing in a thing by virtue of its nature, or which a person or thing exerts and puts forth

power for performing miracles

moral power and excellence of soul

the power and influence which belong to riches and wealth

power and resources arising from numbers

power consisting in or resting upon armies, forces, hosts

NAS Word Usage - Total: 121

ability 4, meaning 1, mightily 1, mighty 1, miracle 2, miracles 17, miraculous powers 3, power 83, powers 6, strength 2, wealth

TNT stands for The New Testament. The explosive power of God contained in the New Testament.

God's Power is like DYNAMITE!

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