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Matthew 2:3 Revision History

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19Saturday, 09-Jan-2016 01:30:43 ESTElissa Grace [Send Message]Revision of 18this is not a theology forumWhen King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.
18Saturday, 10-Jan-2015 19:42:14 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 17When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a][b]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
b Paul in Rom. 10:18 quotes Psalm 19 in speaking of Isreal's unbelief: But I ask, have they not heard? Indeed they have, for Their voice [that is, that of the heavens and the sky above] has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (ESV). Could Paul be referring to this, and is this evidence that the event of the Magi's visit and their announcement of the Messiah's star and explanation of it (see Mt. 2:7) became widely known, such that throughout the career of Jesus there was anticipation of the Messiah because of it? (See also Jn. 4:25: The [Samaritan] woman said to him, I know that the Messiah is coming (he who is called Christ). When he comes, he will tell us all things. [ESV].)
17Saturday, 10-Jan-2015 19:34:53 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a][b]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
b Paul in Rom. 10:18 quotes Psalm 19 in speaking of Isreal's unbelief: But I ask, have they not heard? Indeed they have, for Their voice [that is, that of the heavens and the sky above] has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (ESV). Could Paul be refering to this, and is this evidence that the event of the Magi's visit and their announcement of the Messiah's star and explanation of it (see Mt. 2:7) became widely known, such that throughout the career of Jesus there was anticipation of the Messiah because of it? (See also Jn. 4:25: The [Samaritan] woman said to him, I know that the Messiah is coming (he who is called Christ). When he comes, he will tell us all things. [ESV].)
16Saturday, 10-Jan-2015 18:53:25 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a][b]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
b Paul in Rom. 10:18 quotes Psalm 19 in speaking of Isreal's unbelief: But I ask, have they not heard? Indeed they have, for Their voice [that is, that of the heavens and the sky above] has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (ESV). Is this evidence that the event of the Magi's visit and their announcement of the Messiah's star and explanation of it (see Mt. 2:7) became widely known, such that throughout the career of Jesus there was anticipation of the Messiah because of it? (See also Jn. 4:25: The [Samaritan] woman said to him, I know that the Messiah is coming (he who is called Christ). When he comes, he will tell us all things. [ESV].)
15Saturday, 10-Jan-2015 18:52:00 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a][b]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
b Paul in Rom. 10:18 quotes Psalm 19 in speaking of Isreal's unbelief: But I ask, have they not heard? Indeed they have, for Their voice [that is, that of the heavens and the sky above] has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (ESV). Is this evidence that the event of the Magi's visit and their announcement of the Messiah's star and explanation of it (see Mt. 2:7) became widely known, such that throughout the career of Jesus there was anticipation of the Messiah because of it? (See also Jn. 4:25: The woman said to him, I know that the Messiah is coming (he who is called Christ)... [ESV].)
14Saturday, 10-Jan-2015 18:51:17 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a][b]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
b Paul in Rom. 10:18 quotes Psalm 19 in speaking of Isreal's unbelief: But I ask, have they not heard? Indeed they have, for Their voice [that is, that of the heavens and the sky above] has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (ESV). Is this evidence that the event of the Magi's visit and their announcement of the Messiah's star and explanation of it (see Mt. 2:7) became widely known, such that throughout the career of Jesus there was anticipation of the Messiah because of it? (See also Jn. 4:25: The woman said to him, I know that the Messiah is coming (he who is called Christ)... [ESV].)
13Saturday, 10-Jan-2015 18:49:53 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a][b]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
b Paul in Rom. 10:18 quotes Psalm 19 in speaking of Isreal's unbelief: But I ask, have they not heard? Indeed they have, for Their voice [that is, that of the heavens and the sky above] has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (ESV). Is this evidence that the event of the Magi's visit and their announcement of the Messiah's star and description of it (see Mt. 2:7) became widely known, such that throughout the career of Jesus there was anticipation of the Messiah because of it? (See also Jn. 4:25: The woman said to him, I know that the Messiah is coming (he who is called Christ)... [ESV].)
12Saturday, 10-Jan-2015 18:45:08 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a][b]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
b Paul in Rom. 10:18 quotes Psalm 19 in speaking of Isreal's unbelief: But I ask, have they not heard? Indeed they have, for Their voice [that is, that of the heavens and the sky above] has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (ESV). Is this evidence that the event of the Magi's visit and their announcement of the Messiah's star and description of it (see Mt. 2:7) became widely known, such that throughout the career of Jesus there was anticipation of the Messiah because of it?
11Saturday, 10-Jan-2015 18:43:19 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a][b]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
b Paul in Rom. 10:18 quotes Psalm 19 in speaking of Isreal's unbelief: But I ask, have they not heard? Indeed they have, for Their voice [that is, that of the heavens and the sky above] has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (ESV). Is this evidence that the event of the Magi's visit and their announcement of the Messiah's star and description of it (see Mt. 2:7) became widely known?
10Saturday, 10-Jan-2015 18:40:52 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a][b]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
b Paul in Rom. 10:18 quotes Psalm 19 in speaking of Isreal's unbelief: But I ask, have they not heard? Indeed they have, for Their voice [that is, that of the heavens and the sky above] has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (ESV). Is this evidence that the Magi's announcement of the Messiah's star and their description of it (see Mt. 2:7) became widely known?
9Saturday, 10-Jan-2015 18:38:31 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 8When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a][b]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
b Paul in Rom. 10:18 quotes Psalm 19 in speaking of Isreal's unbelief: But I ask, have they not heard? Indeed they have, for Their voice [that is, that of the heavens and the sky above] has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (ESV). Is this evidence of widespread awareness Magi's announcement of the Messiah's star and their description in Mt. 2:7?
8Saturday, 10-Jan-2015 18:37:08 ESTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 7When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a][b]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
b Note that in Rom. 10:18 Paul quotes Psalm 19 in speaking of Isreal's unbelief: But I ask, have they not heard? Indeed they have, for Their voice [that is, that of the heavens and the sky above] has gone out to all the earth, and their words to the ends of the world (ESV). Is this evidence of widespread awareness Magi's announcement of the Messiah's star and their description in Mt. 2:7?
7Tuesday, 30-Aug-2011 02:24:27 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 6When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
6Wednesday, 18-May-2011 20:59:15 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]Revision of 5When King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it [indicating that is was not a spectacular astronomical object such as a meteor, comet, or nova]. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
5Wednesday, 18-May-2011 00:46:56 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]NEWWhen King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been [not a spectacular astronomical object such as a meteor, comet, or nova, but] something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
4Wednesday, 18-May-2011 00:45:57 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]NEWWhen King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been [not a spectacular astronomical object such as a meteor, comet, or nova but] something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
3Wednesday, 18-May-2011 00:44:57 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]NEWWhen King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been [not a spectacular astronomical object but] something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
2Wednesday, 18-May-2011 00:43:53 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]NEWWhen King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star [was not a spectacular astronomical object but] must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.
1Wednesday, 18-May-2011 00:40:25 EDTtmoore1008 [Send Message]NEWWhen King Herod heard it, he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.[a]
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a BethlehemStar.net: Apparently, one could look up at the Star without realizing it. Herod didn't know of it. It took magi to explain it. But once the Star was pointed out, all Jerusalem went abuzz.... A reasonable hypothesis is that the Star must have been something in the normal night sky which was striking when explained.