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This site explains it with more biblical context for support. Namely: Abram/Abraham was currently allies with an Amorite Gen 14:14. "not yet full" Amorites increased in Idolatry = "iniquity" Amorites increased in Immorality = "iniquity" "Complete" when Israel displaces Canaan/Amorite under Joshua. The entire context of Leviticus 18 and Leviticus 20 ...


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There are total 4 persons mentioned from Daniel 10:5 till Daniel 12:5-7. Jesus Christ: The person Daniel saw in chapter 10:5-6 is definitely Jesus Christ - 5: there was a certain man dressed in linen...6: his face had the appearance of lightning and the rest of the men could not see the vision and ran away in fear... This is similar to Pauls divine ...


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Apparently, it is none of those things. Regarding Genesis 49:10, Expositor’s Bible Commentary says, “The word ‘Shiloh,’ found in some English versions, is simply an untranslated form of the Hebrew expression meaning ‘one to whom it belongs.’” Jesus is the “one to whom it belongs.” From Tribe of Judah This page does a great job of showcasing the confusing ...



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