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Why Don't the Other Gospels Mention the Magi?
In Matthew 2 there's an incident recorded which is entirely passed over by the other Evangelists, but which is peculiarly appropriate in this first Gospel.
Who Were the Wisemen?
Three men came from the East and bring some “fighting words” to King Herod.
When Did the Magi Visit?
Samuel James Andrews
The order of events following Christ's birth to the time He went to reside at Nazareth is much disputed. The chief point of controversy is respecting the time of the visit of the Magi.
The Wrong Thing to Say to King Herod?
The wise men who came from the East were men of great importance, VIPs.
But even with all their knowledge, these wise men still had not found the answers they had been looking for in life.
What Can We Give God?
Why Was the Star Significant to the Wisemen?
What Can the Wise Men Teach Us?
Matthew 2:1-12 shows us that there may be true servants of God in places where we should not expect to find them.
Why Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh?
When taken as gifts for a newborn king, the items that the Magi brought appear inappropriate, especially the frankincense and myrrh.
What Star Did the Magi See?
Dr. Ray Pritchard
Matthew 2:2 tells us that the Magi saw Jesus's "star in the east." But what exactly did they see?
Who Were the Magi?
Matthew's account of Jesus's birth says that magi came from the East to find the King of the Jews. Who were these mysterious visitors?
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