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Does Exodus 34:12-17 suggest that erecting sacred structures to idols and eating their meals created a kind of political alliance? While that possibility could occur, the counsel that Jehovah God is giving the Israelites is just the opposite. The idea is that political alliances could lead to the worship of foreign gods. Scenario 1 An Israelite male would ...


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Let me assume you are correct and there are Egyptian texts that prove these christian symbolisms are plagiarism. Subsequently as a religious teacher, I will tell you that, Egyptian, Greek, summarian, and most of other old religious of the world are in fact something like shadows of the Hebrew and Christian chronicles. Something like counterfeit forerunners. ...


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This is not satan 14:4 Isaiah say he a ruler {14:5}who conquered other nations. {14:6}As he is defeated the nations rejoice {14:7)figuratively speaking even the trees of Lebanon rejoice, for he will no longer be cutting them down for his building projects {How the Lord brought this King low, breaking his rod and septer.


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The answered were given above were profoundly correct. However, the most important part left out was, Canaan was black, and his children were black people. The Bible also said that Canaan's children "spread abroad," showing that the true Asian people are Black. China people trace their ancestry back to Sin. He is one of the sons of Canaan. The ...


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Who is Jesus in Matthew 11:29? In Matthew 11:29, Jesus says Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. (ESV) Jesus' invitation to serve God. "Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me "Jesus in this invitation most likely meant: "Get under the yoke with me, and ...


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As we cannot readily determine whether Jesus is referring to himself as the co-joined ox or the farmer controlling the yoke and thereby the oxen, in either case it remains clear that Jesus is 'taking the lead' and the invitee who heeds the Lord's summons will learn and be led. Furthermore, the 'yoke is easy' because it is expertly fitted and non-abrasive and ...


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Jesus was speaking of another man like him, another teacher that will guide believers into all the truth about God. Christianity has completely twisted the teachings of Jesus, and that’s why they say that The Parakletos is a ghost, which is a preposterous and barbaric idea.


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The Bible gives us no explicit reason for the statue's height or width. However, from the Babylonian's point of view, not the Bible's, it may be assumed that there was some theological, astrological, or mystical reason for its height being 60 cubits. For example, the Babylonian numbering system is responsible for giving us 60 minutes in an hour and is a base ...


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First of all, pardon me my wobbly English. Often, a Bible passage can be cleared also through the analysis of the context around it, as in this case. The following is a very synthetic outline of the entire chapter 4. Vss. 1-3 A God’s condemnation against the ‘Bashan’s Cows’, probably the high-ranking women of Samaria’s court, that sometimes bossed their ...


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The Amalekites survived by living amongst other tribes. They lived amongst the Kenites, Canaanites, etc and if they lived amongst them there was definitely mixing and thus they was preserved. The royal line of the Kings is what led to Haman. The BIBLE never said every single Amalekite lived in their area of settling. They were nomadic and moved around.


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