jcduckworth at optushome.com.au
Tue Nov 6 00:33:13 EST 2001
I've been correlating the named locations of Jesus' miracles as given in the gospels with the regions allocated to the tribes of Israel in the Old Testament. It's remarkable stuff. Peter's confession of Jesus took place in the region of Caesarea Philippi (Matthew 16:13-16) in the northern area alloted to Dan. "Dan" means "to judge". Peter 'judged' who Jesus was. There are other interesting or suggestive correlations that appear (to me).
But my question is simply this:
Jerusalem was in Judea. Judea was the southern kingdom, composed of the two tribes of Benjamin and Judah. Was Jerusalem - as it was located in New Testament times - in Judah or Benjamin? I'd love to know please ... and how can we know for sure? Thanks.
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