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DocReits February 12, 2015 at 11:37 pm

Great review of the Herod’s, Pastor Jack. When you described Herod Agrippa as the one who,

“…refused to believe and held the Apostle Paul in the hopes that someone would bribe him to have Paul released.”

didn’t you mean Felix(Acts 24:26) instead of Agrippa?

DocReits

Jack Wellman February 13, 2015 at 8:49 am

Thanks Doc…you are such a good friend. I corrected the Scriptures to be Acts 25:13-26:32 because these relate to the last of the Agrippa’s so the correct chapters are done and as always, I thank you.

Andrew December 27, 2015 at 7:20 pm

When Herod put to death male children 2 years old and younger how did young John The Baptist survive?

Thank You, A.R.

Jack Wellman December 27, 2015 at 8:00 pm

Thank you Andrews. John the Baptist was not living in Bethlehem but in Jerusalem as a child.

Anna April 11, 2017 at 9:13 pm

Good question as Herod the Great was King over all Palestine. When he died he divided the territory between his 3 sons n 1 daughter. Then Herod Agrippa I was crowned king n received the title ‘the great’ also as all the territory was given to him. Then his son, Agrippa II, ruled.
The lineage of the Herodian Dynasty is very confusing n complicated because of incest n close relatives intermarriage.
HTG’s 3 sons were Herod Archeleus, Antipas n Philip. His sons were tethrachs, rulers of 1/4 th the kingdom.
Perhaps John was not born at the time of HTG’s killing of male children as he died in 4 AD.

Anna April 11, 2017 at 9:30 pm

Please disregard the comment about John as he was about the same age as Jesus.

Anna April 11, 2017 at 9:21 pm

Good question as Herod the Great was King over all Palestine. When he died he divided the territory between his 3 sons n 1 daughter. Then Herod Agrippa I was crowned king n received the title ‘the great’ also as all the territory was given to him. Then his son, Agrippa II, ruled.
The lineage of the Herodian Dynasty is very confusing n complicated because of incest n close relatives intermarriage.
HTG’s 3 sons were Herod Archeleus, Antipas n Philip. His sons were tethrachs, rulers of 1/4 th the kingdom.
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