The Bible does not say the earth was flat, but rather it is a round sphere, and was thousands of years ahead of science, but if you think it is a pie in the sky, and you believe Jesus lied about heaving not being real, then you will die in your sins, and I pray you repent before the Day of Judgment (Rev 20:12-15).
Jun 23, 2020 · The Bible does not start off with the creation of a special or privileged race of people. When the first human being is created he is simply called Adam, which is Hebrew for “humankind.” Any serious biblical study of race or ethnicity should start in Genesis 1.
Apr 26, 2021 · Siblings are mentioned often throughout the Old and New Testaments. Some of the most famous siblings we find are Cain and Abel (Genesis 4:1–8); Jacob and Esau (Genesis 25:19–27); Joseph and his eleven brothers (Genesis 37); Moses, Aaron, and Miriam (Numbers 26:59); Peter and Andrew (Matthew 4:18); and Martha, Mary, and Lazarus (John 11:1).
Jul 20, 2018 · What are the references to polygamy in the Bible? In biblical times it was common to find the custom of having more than one wife or husband at the same time. The truth is that the story of polygamy in the Old Testament is, well, a problem. Although monogamy was clearly God's intent - Genesis 2:22-24, the picture blurs pretty quickly after Adam and Eve's Genesis 3 and expulsion from the Garden ...
The last story involving Aaron, then, makes virtually no sense. It happened right after Miriam had died; maybe he and Moses were distraught over her passing. The people (again) were grumbling about not having water.
Aaron (a teacher, or lofty), the son of Amram and Jochebed, and the older brother of Moses and Miriam.( Numbers 26:59; 33:39) (B.C. 1573.)He was a Levite, and is first mentioned in ( Exodus 4:14) He was appointed by Jehovah to be the interpreter, ( Exodus 4:16) of his brother Moses, who was "slow of speech;" and accordingly he was not only the organ of communication with the Israelites and ...
The Hebrew Bible relates that, unlike Moses, who grew up in the Egyptian royal court, Aaron and his elder sister Miriam remained with their kinsmen in the eastern border-land of Egypt . When Moses first confronted the Egyptian king about the Israelites , Aaron served as his brother's spokesman ("prophet") to the Pharaoh.