I'll just show a few scriptures, which without being in 'interlinear' will show how the current teachings are not in harmony with the bible and there is much confusion over the matter.
The bible itself can clear up the mess with a LOT of faith and study, and if God opens your eyes.
The Song of Moses - important, since it's even mentioned in Revelation
Duet 32:8, 9 - When the Most High gave the nations an inheritance, When he parted the SONS OF ADAM from one another, He proceeded to FIX THE BOUNDARY OF THE PEOPLES WITH REGARD TO THE NUMBER OF THE SONS OF ISRAEL. 9 For JEHOVAH'S SHARE is his people; Jacob is THE ALLOTMENT THAT HE INHERITS.
Amos 5:25 - 25 Was it sacrifices and gift offerings that YOU people brought near to me in the wilderness for forty years, O house of Israel? 26 And YOU will certainly carry Sak′kuth YOUR king and Kai′wan, YOUR images, the star of YOUR god, whom YOU made for yourselves
Acts 7:42 - So God turned and handed them over to render sacred service to the army of heaven, just as it is written in the book of the prophets, ‘It was not to me that YOU offered victims and sacrifices for forty years in the wilderness, was it, O house of Israel? 43 But it was the tent of Mo′loch and the star of the god Re′phan that YOU took up, the figures which YOU made to worship them.
Mark 12:26 - 26 But concerning the dead, that they are raised up, did YOU not read in the book of Moses, in the account about the thornbush, how God said to him, ‘I am the God of Abraham and God of Isaac and God of Jacob’? 27 He is a God, not of the dead, but of the living. YOU are much mistaken.”
Ps 110:1 - 110 The utterance of Jehovah to my Lord is:
“Sit at my right hand
Until I place your enemies as a stool for your feet.” (WHO IS DAVID'S LORD?)
There is much more can post, I am not free to say anything really about this subject, I will caution that your first inclinations will change probably AND that you must be "quick to hear, SLOW to speak".
What I posted should just get you to think that what you've been taught may not be even in harmony with the scriptures, and encourage to read and research them.