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Actually, if only people would compare the Greek texts more closely, they'd realize it's not actually a reference to Quirinus at all. http://midseventiethweekrapture.blogspot.com/2014/11/cyrenius-does-not-mean-quirinius.html
There are two commandments: the old commandment and the new commandment (1 Jn 2:7-8), which appear together as follows: 1 John 3:23 (NASB) 23 This is His commandment, that we believe in the name of His Son Jesus Christ, and love one another, just as He commanded us. (emphasis added) The new commandment is related to the old commandment; that is, the ...
'The messiah' actually referrer to the Word from heaven, (John 6:25-35 and Mat1:18-24) called 'Harum mila' in ancient Hebrew. The Yorubas of Nigeria in their traditional religion of Ifa (Ephod by Septuagint and Ifa or Afa in Hebrew) called the name Orunmila (Hor'mila/Harum mila).
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