John and Doves,
Brother Paul, this horse [the day of the week
discussion] is beyond dead, so I won't flog its sorry carcass any more.
That is to say, I will give neither hypothesis, nor inexorable proof of
Suffice it to say, "We'll talk on the way
many Doves would say,
Paul Wilson (28 March
"Re: To Paul Wilson
Re Bethlehem Star"
Given he has the wrong day of the
week for the death of Christ I can not say he is right on
the star. Also when speaking of the star he is talking
months, possible 9 give or
take a month, where from context it is clear that they were
following almost, if not, two years. Even if
Herod died in 1 BC we are not told how long the family was in Egypt so his
birth could have been several years before. The star would most likely have
appeared at his birth and it took them 2 years to get there so he would have
been about 2 and then he left for a unknown
amount of time till Herod’s death.
"To Paul Wilson Re: Bethlehem
The video "Bethlehem Star" is the most complete,
and moving study I have seen on this subject. I highly recommend it. Using
modern technology and good old fashion detective work, this man has hit on
something so simple, so basic that the layman can understand it (he's not a
scientist, just a believer who went looking for answers).