November 2011

Persia: Rome’s and Herod’s Nemesis

Between Daniel’s day and Jesus’ birth, Persia and Rome have “a history.”  Between 333 and 323 BC, Alexander the Great of Greece has conquered all of Asia Minor over to India and down into Egypt.  Then at 33 years of age he dies and his empire is split among his generals.  General Seleucus governs Babylon

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The Passover’s Three Days

The remaining festival that is celebrated at Jehovah’s command [Exodus 12:14], that does not show up in the birth sequence for Jesus, now makes its appearance 33 years later.  Jesus’ death occurs at the Passover by design, because it has a number of significant elements that also describe the purpose why Jesus has come. Passover

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