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- An ancient country of Palestine between the Dead Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba. According to the Bible, the original inhabitants were descendants of Esau.
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- proper noun biblical The name given to
Esauin the Hebrew Bible.
- proper noun The
nationthat purportedly traced their ancestryto Esau.
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The desert area of divine protection is identified as Edom, Moab, and Ammon—modern-day Jordan see Daniel 11:41.
Edom is parallel to Cain, then CAIN is Parallel to the Rott Reich Wing.
Now this second etymological explanation within the same chapter for the name Edom does not conflict with the first (v. Ge 25: 25).
Edom is O'theman of the Bible, and the 0'theman of the Bible is Turkey.
The name Edom was given to Esau, the first-born son of
Others think the Bozrah in Edom distinct from that of Moab.
The double conquest of Moab and Edom is alluded to (Ps 60: 8; 108: 9).
The thirty-fourth and thirty-fifth chapters form one prophecy, the former part of which denounces God's judgment against His people's enemies, of whom Edom is the representative; the second part, of the flourishing state of the Church consequent on those judgments.
And I will lay my vengeance upon Edom by the hand of my people Israel: and they shall do in Edom according to mine anger and according to my fury; and they shall know my vengeance, saith the Lord God.
Edom is not, he is cut off and gone; nor is there any to say,