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« on: September 11, 2011, 04:58:01 PM »

I am wondering how amny in hear feel that King Solomon and Queen of Sheba did has a son named Menelik, and if aye or naay why you belief as you do, I'll say more in a later post
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« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2011, 01:47:12 PM »

This is a review I read on the Kebra Nagast. found it thought provoking. I ahve also heard that recently there is evidence to indicate that Ethopians do have a jewish heritage indicate by DNA.

It is rather condescending to claim that the Kebra Negast contains "embellished stories". First, there is nothing in the Kebra Negast that contradicts the Holy Bible. Second, the Bible does not pretend to give a full of account of EVERY historical account in history. Such a description would fill a room full of books. The Tanakh (aka Old Testament) speaks only of the events that describe the nescience, rises, falls and ultimate redemption of Israel along with the way of life for Israel (the Torah). The New Testament speaks of the advent of the messiah, the Gospel, the initial conversion Gentiles to the true God and, finally, gives instructions on how to live in accordance with the Gospel. The Kebra Negast speaks of the how the Nation of Ethiopia came to know the Torah and then the Gospel. Therefore, it expounds on historical events that are important to the Ethiopian church and state. Since some of the events do not carry universal importance to all nations, they are not included in the Bible.

 To me what  Also what is said in the Kebra Nagast and  people of Ethopia themself back this to try and say their was no Queen of Sheba is just utterly disrespectful. to claim that she didn't lead her people to Jesus Christ is the work of Satan 0f the master of lies and deception.
 Onelast thing Menlig means son of the wise this alone suggest he must be Solomon's son.
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« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2011, 03:15:28 PM »

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Therefore, it expounds on historical events that are important to the Ethiopian church and state. Since some of the events do not carry universal importance to all nations, they are not included in the Bible.

The Kebra Nagast is a book of Ethiopian LEGENDS written in the 14th century, long after the Holy Bible was completed. It's not known how much of it is true, and it's obviously not INSPIRED by God. So, it's obviously not a part of the Holy Bible, and there is no hint that it should be.
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