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The Genealogy of Jesus

When a person first begins to read through the Gospels, there are many things that are difficult to understand. Many assumptions were made by the authors when recording the events that took place and the truths that Jesus presented when He taught. These assumptions are cultural, historical and religious in nature. To fully appreciate what was recorded, it is necessary to understand the foundations established in the Old Testament and the beliefs of the people at the time period Jesus conducted His ministry. The genealogy of Jesus is one of the most misunderstood topics in this regard. Understanding how and why genealogies were recorded is necessary to fully appreciate their purpose and meaning. The two genealogies were not recorded to be a contradiction. They were both recorded by Mathew and Luke for important reasons that address several issues regarding the fulfillment of prophecies. In this broadcast, Aaron explains why there are two different genealogies of Jesus in the Gospels.

This program, produced in 2013, is a replacement for the one originally produced in 2008.

The Genealogy of Jesus




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