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Counting Sheep Since Jacob's Day - Article
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Brian Thomas, M.S. - breeding best illustrate the supposed truth of evolution? Genesis presents the first written record of selective breeding when it describes Jacob inducing specific sheep to mate and then separating the “stronger livestock” from the...
Genesis 25:26
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... after that came his brother out, and his hand took hold on Esau's heel; and his name was called Jacob: and Isaac was threescore years old when she bare...
Genesis 15:16: fourth generation - Study Note
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mentioned in Exodus 12:40 and the “affliction” of Genesis 15:13 would apply to their total experience in both Canaan and Egypt. If this is the case, then the actual sojourn in Egypt would be only 215 years (from the time of...
Hosea 12:3: power with God - Study Note
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... power with God. This reference to Genesis 25:26 points up the natural spiritual strength of Jacob, which was evident in his conflict with his twin elder brother Esau even before their...
Reaching the Millennials: A Crucial Connection - Article
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Henry Morris III, D.Min. - ... your listener of our history. (The Bible is mostly history.) Genesis 1–11 is not an optional portion of Scripture—it is foundational! If we fail to set the stage with the great Book of Beginnings, then the sequence of subsequent...
Genesis 25:26: Esau’s heel - Study Note
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... Esau’s heel. The prophet Hosea interprets Jacob’s odd name as an evidence of his strength and power with God (Hosea 12:3), overtaking his older and more outwardly impressive brother because of his strength before...
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