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Why do the Pastorals warn about genealogies?
In both 1 Timothy 1:4 and Titus 3:9 Paul warns his students against "endless genealogies." Obviously the Bible itself contains genealogies, even in the Gospels, so it seems like there must be ...
Oct 5 '12 at 0:26
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