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Numbers 2:32: all those that were numbered - Study Note
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... all those that were numbered. See also Numbers 1:46. The large number of men (603,550) is thus repeated, and is checked by adding the numbers given for the four hosts (Numbers 2:9,16,24,31) and these in turn with the numbers for the individual...
How Populations Grow - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - thousand and three thousand and five hundred and fifty” (Numbers 1:46). The total population was probably between two and three million at the time. This illustrates how rapidly populations can grow when conditions are favorable. In fact, if...
How Populations Can Grow - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... and three thousand and five hundred and fifty” (Numbers 1:46). The total population was probably between two and three million at the time.This illustrates how rapidly populations can grow when conditions are favorable. In fact, if a...
Numbers 26:2: Take the sum - Study Note
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... this time, forty years after the first census, was 601,730 (Numbers 26:51), less than it was when they started (603,550–see Numbers 1:46), in contrast to its rapid proliferation while in Egypt (Exodus 1:7). Many had perished in the...
Numbers 1:46: all they that were numbered - Study Note
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and the land was filled with them.” Despite these large numbers, God miraculously provided food and water for them in the desert for forty years. Their numbers no longer grew, however. The corresponding total at the end of the forty years was...
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