PALM SUNDAY: Donkey OR a colt?

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PALM SUNDAY: Donkey OR a colt?
What does Regent/Trinity/Duke/Boston higher criticism teaches nowadays? (If you’ve ever ridden one that has not been ridden before you’d know the difference) Rick Wadholm Jr Daniel Rushing John Lathrop Greg Robinson

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10 Comments

  • Troy Day
    Reply March 21, 2018

    Troy Day

    and GO Brody Pope Joseph D. Absher Ray E Horton

  • Anthony McCabe
    Reply March 21, 2018

    Anthony McCabe

    Troy Day ~

    Hey again brother and your answer to that Question is that the terms male donkey, colt, and foal all designate the same animal—the young donkey upon which the King (Jesus) would ride into Jerusalem (Mark 11:7). Interestingly, even though the colt was the animal of primary importance, Zechariah also mentioned that this donkey was the foal of a female donkey.

    Shalom and blessings

  • Troy Day
    Reply March 21, 2018

    Troy Day

    If you’ve ever ridden one that has not been ridden before you’d know the difference

  • Ray E Horton
    Reply March 21, 2018

    Ray E Horton

    Irrelevant!

  • Troy Day
    Reply March 22, 2018

    Troy Day

    Ray E Horton why is this irrelevant to you – the text seems to be suggesting two different animals and Anthony failed to explain the difference 🙂

  • Bill Stockham
    Reply March 22, 2018

    Bill Stockham

    Nothing is impossible for God!!!

  • Ray E Horton
    Reply March 22, 2018

    Ray E Horton

    Who cares which animal? Has nothing to do with my faith, so it is irrelevant to me which it is.

  • Jim Price
    Reply March 22, 2018

    Jim Price

    Palm Sunday might also be thought of as ” Calm ” Sunday, animals pick up on the mood of their riders and of those nearby. So it’s possible that Jesus rode on a colt but is more likely that the donkey had been ridden before. A more frequent mistake that I still hear ( even from the pulpit ) is that these same people changed from gentle worship to crying out ” crucify him ” within one week. I believe that it was a different crowd altogether, except for maybe one percent or so.

  • Joseph D. Absher
    Reply March 22, 2018

    Joseph D. Absher

    “The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be.
    Binding his foal unto the vine, and his ass’s colt unto the choice vine; he washed his garments in wine, and his clothes in the blood of grapes:”
    – Genesis 49:10,11

    Every word that proceeds from the mouth of God is important.

  • Troy Day
    Reply March 22, 2018

    Troy Day

    Ray E Horton the question is were there 2 animals

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