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Isaac's Life of Contrast - Article
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Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... he did eat of his venison: but Rebekah loved Jacob.” (Genesis 25:27-28) Isaac’s early life became the biblical picture of Christ (Genesis 22:7-9). Not only did Isaac lay down his life voluntarily, but he continued to show great...
Jacob's Plain Life - Article
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Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... was a plain man, dwelling in tents.” (Genesis 25:27) Jacob has often been given a bad reputation for his deception of Isaac. He is branded a liar and worse, while the Scriptures describe him very differently. To begin with,...
The Perfect Man - Article
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Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... field; and Jacob was a plain man, dwelling in tents” (Genesis 25:27). Seldom have Bible translators done such an injustice to a godly man as the King James translators did to Jacob (the man whom God used to father His chosen nation...
Genesis 25:28: Isaac loved Esau - Study Note
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... Isaac loved Esau. In spite of God’s commandment (Genesis 25:23) and Jacob’s merits (Genesis 25:27), Isaac showed strong partiality to Esau, and for the most carnal of reasons. He loved the venison Esau would bring home from his...
Genesis 25:27: plain man - Study Note
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... and seriously; Esau “despised his birthright” (Genesis...
Genesis 25:27: cunning hunter - Study Note
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... hunter. The only hunters mentioned in the Bible are Nimrod (Genesis 10:9) and Esau, and both were rebels against the will and revelation of God. Although God permits the eating of meat, the hunting of animals for sport is questionable at best....
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