NO...ONLY THOSE UNDER AGE OF 20 AT THE TIMEJune 1 2012 at 7:46 PM
Response to Moses wrote 'they shall enter', in Deut. 1:39.
Those children would still be wandering for an additional 40 years in the desert, having children of their own, having children of their own, and so on.
so the youngest one of the REFERENCE would be 60 years old going into the promised land.
But...CALEB AND JOSHUA ALSO GOT TO GO.
So, SPIRITUALLY SPEAKING, the HOLY LAND is Heaven...and who gets to go their...
1. those who had faith (Joshua and Caleb)...and
2. Those who had no knowledge of good and evil...REGARDLESS OF AGE.
- Yes, at the time. But that is what Moses was referring to in Deut. 1. - Tomas on Jun 1, 7:55 PM
- Here is my point - Ed Chapman on Jun 1, 8:03 PM
- Moses taught the whole nation of Israel, see Exodus. - Tomas on Jun 1, 8:12 PM
- Consult Jewish people on their own traditions. - Ed Chapman on Jun 1, 8:21 PM
- Jewish people are taught even years before Bar Mitzvah. - Tomas on Jun 2, 10:09 PM
- Good. Since you know so much, then tell God that they should have known in Deu 1:39 - Ed Chapman on Jun 2, 11:47 PM
- The 19-year olds did know, no need for me to tell God, - Tomas on Jun 8, 2:05 PM
- That isn't what Deu 1:39 states. It states that they had NO KNOWLEDGE OF GOOD AND EVIL. - Ed Chapman on Jun 8, 3:17 PM
- The meaning is they had no knowledge of good and evil concerning - Tomas on Jun 9, 10:09 PM
- What are you doing REDIFINING AND REWORDING what it states? - Ed Chapman on Jun 9, 10:13 PM
- You are redefining by taking it out of context. - Tomas on Jun 15, 6:14 PM
- You CAN'T take this verse out of context. It is IMPOSSIBLE. - Ed Chapman on Jun 15, 7:49 PM
- You proved it is possible. You quoted it without quoting - Tomas on Jun 16, 9:01 PM
- The REASON why was that they had no knowledge of good and evil. - Ed Chapman on Jun 16, 10:25 PM
- OK, the 19-year olds had no knowledge about good and evil, - Tomas on Jun 22, 6:29 PM
- There is no such thing as UNBELIEF unless you are first told. - Ed Chapman on Jun 22, 7:41 PM
- You are misquoting Rom. 3:20. - Tomas on Jun 22, 8:03 PM
- I quoted it exactly. It was a cut and paste. - Ed Chapman on Jun 22, 8:09 PM
- See? By the law is the knowledge of sin. So - Tomas on Jun 22, 8:11 PM
- I did NOT misquote anything. Again, it was a cut and paste. - Ed Chapman on Jun 22, 8:40 PM
- So you cut at the wrong point, without the preposition, - Tomas on Jun 22, 8:55 PM
- It does NOT CHANGE THE MEANING AT ALL. - Ed Chapman on Jun 22, 9:40 PM
- The way you originally quoted it, you had neither through nor by. - Tomas on Jun 23, 9:59 PM
- It didn't need it. It didn't change the meaning at all. the law is the knowledge of sin. - Ed Chapman on Jun 24, 4:57 AM
- It did need it, the law is not the knowledge of sin. - Tomas on Jul 1, 12:39 AM
- you are straining at a nat and swallowing a camel at this - Ed Chapman on Jun 24, 5:11 AM
- You are dealing with difficult verses there, and taking them - Tomas on Jul 1, 12:58 AM