Matthew Poole on Chronicles

dildaysc

Puritan Board Junior
Where did the Pagan myths come from? For ages, Christians believed that the myths were grounded in Biblical history, corrupted linguistically at Babel and substantially over time. Does this old view hold any water?

See Dr. Dilday's Sermon: "Christian Euhemerism" (in the "Comments")

 

dildaysc

Puritan Board Junior
Poole gives us the genealogy of Ham.

For a detailed study, see his "Synopsis" (in the "Comments" section).

 

dildaysc

Puritan Board Junior
In Genesis 9:18-29, Noah gives a marvelous history of the world...and the success of the true religion among the great families of the world. We are reminded that, when we read the Scriptures, we have to do with God.

See Dr. Dilday's Sermon: "Noah's Prophetical Oracle" (in the "Comments").

 

dildaysc

Puritan Board Junior
There is really no question that the Chronicler is writing to address issues facing the Post-Restoration community. So why does he spend the time of Gentile families in his genealogies?

Dr. Dilday's Sermon: "The Sons of Japheth, Part 1"

 
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