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Genesis 11:27: Haran - Study Note
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... and Haran are associated with cities in Mesopotamia (Genesis 24:10; 28:10). Haran died when relatively young, evidently while visiting his father back in Ur (Genesis 11:26 28,32). His son, Lot, soon became attached to his Uncle...
Genesis 11:26
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... Terah lived seventy years, and begat Abram, Nahor, and...
The "I Am's" Of Christ - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - not, Abram: I am thy shield, and thy exceeding great reward" (Genesis 15:1). This was the very first of His great "I am" claims, as He promised to be both Protector and Provider to Abraham in a strange and hostile land. It is fascinating to...
Genesis 11:27: generations of Terah - Study Note
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... solely of the genealogical records from Shem to himself (Genesis 11:10-27). If there are no gaps in the genealogies, Shem lived until after Terah’s death, so Terah could easily have gotten the earlier tablets from Shem. Likewise, he...
Genesis 11:26: begat Abram - Study Note
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... type of notation had been used for Noah’s three sons (Genesis 5:32), the first-named son was not the oldest, so Abram could possibly have been younger than one or both of his...
Genesis 11:32: died in Haran - Study Note
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... died in Haran. According to Genesis 12:4, Abram left Haran for Canaan when he was 75 years old, which would have been 130 years before Terah’s death, if indeed Abram had been born when Terah was 70 years old, or soon after (Genesis...
"But seek ye first the kingdom of God" - Article
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Henry Morris III, D.Min. - ... principle has its foundation in the Dominion Mandate of Genesis 1:28, to care for God's creation. The lifestyle requirement extends to our use of that which God has given us (Matthew 25:15-28; Luke 19:13-25) and to the service we give to...
CHAPTER 4 - Identifying the Enemy: A Perspective On Opposition
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... the Garden of Eden saying, "Yea, hath God said?" (Genesis 3:1). When mocking did not stop Nehemiah, Sanballat conspired with his friends and began an open conflict with the workmen. Open oppostiion, though initially more frightening...
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