The very first 2/three of the book is one of the Jews, whom Gilbrandt thought to become Judah and whom he appeared to become without any reason faithful to. Gilbrandt creates it were only relatively couple of people from the Ten Tribes who became a member of Judah, which which has nothing related to the fulfillments from the prophecies about Israel and Judah being u . s . spoken of in Isaiah 11:11-12 and elsewhere.[ii]
However the modern Jews are not only descended in the tribe of Judah. In 125 BC King John Hyrcan of Judah mastered Edom and compelled the Edomites being Jews. The Edomites then grew to become an element of the Jewish people.[iii]Within the eighth or ninth century AD vast majority from the Turkic people...
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