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It was a genealogical symphony, played in perfect time, every note in tune. His Father planned it all. Continue reading
This series began with The Genealogies of Christ — Two Genealogies on the two listings in Matthew 1 and Luke 3. It continued with Zerubbabel and the Genealogies of Christ on the “crossing” of the genealogies. Rations for Jehoiachin dealt … Continue reading
The Bible in the British Museum This tablet is one of four known as “Jehoiachin’s Ration Tablets.” They not only confirm aspects of the Biblical record, they clarify some interpretive questions which might be more difficult without their evidence — … Continue reading
In The Genealogies of Christ — Two Genealogies I discussed the genealogies of Christ in Matthew and Luke. This post continues by looking at the descent of Christ in relation to two ancestors which curiously appear in both genealogies.