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ImanouEL

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Ménélik 1st and the bible
« on: September 17, 2008, 05:12:33 PM »

Selassie I brothers & sisters,

In the I-ble, There isn't a mention of the union of king Salomon with the queen of Sheba.
Only in the Kebra Negast.  

Why ???
   
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Re: Ménélik 1st and the bible
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2008, 06:34:30 PM »

Brother, check out I Kings 10:1-13, especially 13.

Or were you looking for something more specific and explicit?

Since the Ethiopian account does not put Solomon in the most flattering light, and since his downfall was foreign women, is it a wonder that their tryst was not recorded?

Perhaps it was assumed.
Perhaps it was common knowledge.

Do you doubt that it occurred?
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Re: Ménélik 1st and the bible
« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2008, 01:37:43 PM »

Quote from: natty threads link=topic=5348. msg72695#msg72695 date=1221676470
Brother, check out I Kings 10:1-13, especially 13.

Or were you looking for something more specific and explicit?

Yes, but thank you sista

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Do you doubt that it occurred?

For me, i think that it's really arrived.

The problem it's that it isn't written in the bible.
I can't prove it to a christian and i can't preach another gospel. 

For more of I-ditations. . . . . . .

Blessing to you.
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Re: Ménélik 1st and the bible
« Reply #3 on: October 19, 2008, 12:09:10 AM »

Maybe it is in Jasher? Jasher is mentioned in the OT as well as by Jesus.
Or maybe it is in Josephus?

There has to be a history or genealogy that demonstrates this without referring to "another's" scripture.

Bless up!
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Re: Ménélik 1st and the bible
« Reply #4 on: January 22, 2009, 01:06:45 AM »

to my knowledge the Kebre Negast was edited from the Bible by the christian church (as they seem to know best) sometime around the middle ages so it would have originally been in there somewhere. 
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Re: Ménélik 1st and the bible
« Reply #5 on: March 02, 2009, 01:22:22 PM »

to my knowledge the Kebre Negast was edited from the Bible by the christian church (as they seem to know best) sometime around the middle ages so it would have originally been in there somewhere. 

Are sure about that, apparently the Kebra Negast is one of the oldest (religious) books!

As you are aware they have been translating and r3e writing the bible for centuries. So I would be surprised if
the contents of the KJB out-dates the Kebra! Although you do have a point insofar as the Kebra Negast was stolen
by Scottish Masons and maybe the translations they undertook are the ones you refer to!
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