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How does the life of Joseph (son of Jacob) foreshadow the life of Jesus the Messiah?
In theology, there are many things identified in the Old Testament as foreshadowing things in the New. The life of Joseph, the son of Jacob, is one of these that is identified as such the life of ...
Mar 27 '13 at 12:40
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