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Best Answer John Connor says
Very interesting comment, John. Thank you. You should write a hub on this, I would like to read more.
Thank you, Phyllis; perhaps when and if I retire in a few years I will find the time to write a hub on this...
I'd enjoy reading that Hub! A workshop by a Hebrew linguist & an OT Bible scholar together taught us "3" in Hebrew scripture & secular literature at the time represented a number anywhere from 3 to 12, so "many kings" would sound right to me.
I agree, Patty - John could write a very good hub on this. I never knew that "3" meant "so many" - that is a good point to bring up. Thanks for commenting.
1 After Jesus had been born at Bethlehem in Judaea during the reign of King Herod, suddenly some wise men came to Jerusalem from the east asking, ‘Where is the infant king of the Jews? We saw his star as it rose and have come to...
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