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Alexander of Macedonia

 

Occurrences:  2
References:
 Yeshua 10:71-72

 

 

Summary:  While in the city of Hippos, Yeshua was invited to have dinner at the house of a prominent artisan named Demitrius. Upon finishing the meal, Demitrius asked Yeshua what he could do to “draw nigh unto God” (Y:10:60-61). When Yeshua responded by telling Demitrius to set all his slaves free, a Roman openly disagreed, stating it was natural that the strong should rule over the weak. During his response to the Roman (Y:10:62-75), Yeshua mentioned the rise and fall of various conquerors, including Alexander of Macedonia, Tiglath-Pileser, Nebuchadnezzar, and Cyrus of Persia. The sermon can be read below.

 

 

Notes/References:

 

Yeshua 10:62-75

 

Alcibiades
Alexandria