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Then we hear the beautiful words of the priest Zechariah at the birth of his son John, that messenger, that advance team.
144 BS2615 The form of each citation of Jewish Scriptures in the Gospel was chosen specifically to serve the purpose of that citation, says Bynum, and he seeks an adequate explanation for the unusual form of Zechariah 12:10 as cited in John 19:37 and the role in plays in the Johannine narrative.
This is not John the Baptist's father, but another Zechariah (the writing prophet, who bears the right lineage; or the priest's son in 2 Chronicles 24:20 who is stoned in the Temple court; or another fellow cited in the historical writings of Josephus).
Stead, "The Three Shepherds: Reading Zechariah 11 in the Light of Jeremiah," pp.
Zechariah 13:9 THE foundations of worship is friendship with God.
Israeli archaeologists unveiled on Wednesday the remnants of a newly discovered Byzantine-era church they suspect is concealing the tomb of the biblical prophet Zechariah.
More refreshing is John Kessler's article on the image of "Diaspora and Homeland" as portrayed in Zechariah 1-8.
Zechariah Lord, the former player, was injured during practice in MarchÊ2006 and suffered a 6Êpercent permanent partial disability to his right knee.