We are assuming Rahab had 23 years or thereabouts of procreation left within her after Jericho.
5 Salmon became father to Boaz by Rahab; Boaz became father to Obed by Ruth; Obed became father to Jesse;
6 Jesse became father to David the king. David became father to Solomon by the wife of Uriah (Matthew 1)
So Rahab gave birth to Boaz, who had Obed who had Jesse who had David.
4 30 years old was David when he became king. For 40 years he ruled as king [So he lived for 70 years dying in 1036 and therefore being born in 1106 BC] (2Samuel 5).
We know that Boaz was old when he married and repurchased Ruth...
10 At that he said: Blessed may you be of Jehovah, my daughter. You have expressed your loving-kindness better in the last instance than in the first instance, in not going after the young fellows whether lowly or rich [So Boaz was not a young fellow!] (Ruth 3).
If we assume that Boaz, Obed and Jesse all lived to 120 years old (the Mosaic maximum) and all had sons aged 100, then David would have been born in 1150 BC, which is 44 years too early since he was born in 1106 BC. So one of the 3 ancestors of David must have been non adamic or this thing does not work. In this regard we read...
KJV Now David [was] the son of that Ephrathite of Bethlehem of judah, whose name [was] Jesse; and he had eight
sons. And the man went among men [for] an old man in the days of Saul.
NWT Now David was the son of this Ephrathite from Bethlehem of Judah whose name was Jesse. And he had 8 sons. And in the days of Saul the man was already old among men (1 Samuel 17:12).
vyaih'w> ymeyBi lWav' !qez" aB' ~yvin"a]b;
The Hebrew above says literally. And the man, in days of Saul, became old having entered in men. This means that Jesse was old compared with men for the days of Saul which were 40 years. In other words he was over 120 years old for 40 years. In other words he was non adamic living to at least 160 years old. Then we read the famous scriptures about Jesse being a stump...
1 And there must go forth a twig out of the stump of Jesse [Jesus, from the cut down tree of Jesse, who must have been non adamic to have reproduced after being cut down/unpossessed]; and out of his roots [Abraham, Isaac and Jacob - this is a literal family tree!] a sprout will be fruitful [not from the stump, not from Judah, this is John the baptist who was from Levi] (Isaiah 11).
10 And it must occur in that day that there will be a root of Jesse that will be standing up as a signal for the peoples. To him even the nations will turn inquiringly, and his resting-place must become glorious [The resting place of Jesus is the kingdom of God and the nations turned inquiringly to him and will turn again] (Isaiah 11).
13 And there will still be in it a 10th, and it must again become something for burning down, like a big tree and like a massive tree in which, when there is a cutting down [of them], there is a stump; a holy seed will be the stump of it. (Isaiah 6)
A stump is something that is cut down. But a twig comes out of it. So Jesse procreated after he was cut down. So he was possessed. He was cut down so that he could be possessed, then he returned after the possession to procreate David. But then can the root of Jesse be the twig from the stump of Jesse? The twig from the stump of Jesse was Jesus who was possessed by Michael. So a root of Jesse, is one of his paternal ancestors. We know that Isaac was possessed by Michael. So he could be that root. But a twig growing from a stump is the re growth of the same tree. So Jesse must himself have been possessed by Michael. And David was his son in some sense. You cannot get a non adamic twig from an adamic stump. So Jesse was non adamic.
And now finally perhaps we can understand what Jesus meant when he said this to the Pharisees...
44 A Lord said to my Lord: Sit at my right hand until I put your enemies beneath your feet'?
45 If, therefore, David calls him 'Lord,' how is he his son? (Matthew 22)
Well Jesus is not only David's son but also David's immediate father, Jesse. Hence David calls him Lord.
Perhaps too this is why the Septuagint has an extra Psalm. Psalm 151 which says...
1 [This Psalm is a genuine one of David, though supernumerary, composed when he fought in single combat with Goliad] I was small among my brethren, and youngest in my father's house: I tended my father's
2 My hands formed a musical instrument, and my fingers tuned a psaltery.
3 And who shall tell my Lord? the Lord himself, he himself hears.
4 He sent forth his angel, and took me from my father's sheep, and he anointed me with the oil of his anointing.
5 My brothers were handsome and tall; but the Lord did not take pleasure in them.
6 I went forth to meet the Philistine; and he cursed me by his idols.
7 But I drew his own sword, and beheaded him, and removed reproach from the children of Israel (Psalm 151 - LXX Brenton - Bagster).
21 and Salmon (the husband of Rahab in accordance with
Matthew 1:5) became father to Boaz; and Boaz became father to Obed;
22 and Obed became father to Jesse; and Jesse became father to David (Ruth 4).
R. K. Phillips makes arguments that the Rahab of Matthew 1:5 is not the Rahab of Jericho. But his arguments are fallacious. He uses the argument that priests could not marry harlots under law. But Salmon was in the royal line of Judah not the priestly line of Levi. He argues that the Jews having seen judicial punishments of God would not break his law for 25-30 years after Jericho and that sufficient evidence for this was that no major battle defeat of the Israelites is recorded during that period. But the Israelites broke God's law as a matter of course notwithstanding miracles or punishments. This is the people who made a golden calf in 1513Sivan having been rescued from Egypt by miracle after miracle and having seen the entire Egyptian army wiped out at the Red Sea not two months earlier.
The Hebrew Chronology of Rabbi Yose Ben Halafta calculated in 160 CE written in the Seder Olam Rabbah at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chronology_of_the_Bible#Jewish_computation is as follows...
|2487 AM||1437 BCE||Aaron and Moses died||Deuteronomy 34:7|
|2488 AM||1436 BCE||The Israelites entered Canaan||Joshua 4:19|
|2448–2884 AM||1476–1040 BCE||Period of Joshua, Judges and Saul, first King of Israel||1 Kings
2 Samuel 5:4
|2853 AM||1071 BCE||Jesse begat David||2 Samuel 5:4|
|2883–2923 AM||1041–1001 BCE||David reigned as king of Israel||1 Kings 2:11 - reigns for 40 years|
Here Israel entered the promised land in 1436 and David was born in 1071. The trouble with this is that Boaz would have to have been born by 1410 at the latest. Edom by 1310 at the latest, Jesse by 1210 at the latest and therefore David by 1110 at the latest. This chronology cannot possibly work either without someone being non adamic. How the Jews have not realised this fault in their own chronology, knowing as they do that men after Moses lived only 120 years is hard to believe.
Now the Seder Olam Rabbah (Order of World Great, the Great Order of the World) has Adam born on 3924 BCE, the Exodus from Egypt in 1476 BCE, the destruction of Solomon's temple by Nebuchadnezzar in 587 BCE and of course the destruction of Zerubabbel's temple in 70 CE. But then the modern Hebrew calendar forces the destruction of Solomon's temple to be in 421 BCE, which is 490 years supposedly of Daniel 9 before 70 CE. So this corrupts the Seder Olam Rabbah by 166 years. It appears to us that they adopted this mistaken interpretation to avoid the 70 weeks of years ending with the baptism of Jesus. In other words they accept a 166 year mistake in their calendar in order to cover over the rather more important mistake made in failing to recognise the Messiah of John, who was sacrificed on 29Nisan which is 69 weeks of years 455Nisan when the word went forth from Artaxerxes as recorded in Nehemiah 2:1-5 to restore and rebuild Jerusalem in fulfilment of Daniel 9:25. Now the Jews all accepted John as a prophet and therefore as a Messiah (an anointed one). So this deception is inexcusable.
1 And it came about in the month Nisan, in the 20th year of Artaxerxes the king, that wine was before him, and I as usual took up the wine and gave it to the king. But never had I happened to be gloomy before
2 So the king said to me: Why is your face gloomy when you yourself are not sick? This is nothing but a gloominess of heart. At this I became very much afraid.
3 Then I said to the king: Let the king himself live to time indefinite! Why should not my face become gloomy when the city, the house of the burial places of my forefathers, is devastated, and its very gates have been eaten up with fire?
4 In turn the king said to me: What is this that you are seeking to secure? At once I prayed to the God of the heavens.
5 After that I said to the king: If to the king it does seem good, and if your servant seems good before you, that you would send me to Judah, to the city of the burial places of my forefathers, that I may rebuild it (Nehemiah 2).
23 At the start of your entreaties a word went forth, and I myself have come to make report, because you are someone very desirable. So give consideration to the matter, and have understanding in the thing seen.
24 There are 70 sevens that have been determined upon your people and upon your holy city, in order to terminate the transgression, and to finish off sin, and to make atonement for error, and to bring in righteousness for times indefinite, and to imprint a seal upon vision and prophet, and to anoint the Holy of Holies.
25 And you should know and have the insight [that] from the going forth of [the] word to restore and to rebuild Jerusalem until Messiah [the] Leader, there will be 7 sevens, also 62 sevens. She will return and be actually rebuilt, with a public square and moat, but in the straits of the times.
26 And after the 62 sevens Messiah will be cut off, with nothing for himself. And the city and the holy place the people of a leader that is coming will bring to their ruin. And the end of it will be by the flood. And until [the] end there will be war; what is decided upon is desolations.
27 And he must keep [the] covenant in force for the many for one seven; and at the half of the seven he will cause sacrifice and gift offering to cease. And upon the wing of disgusting things there will be the one causing desolation; and until an extermination, the very thing decided upon will go pouring out also upon the one lying desolate (Daniel 9).
For more on Daniel 9 see U150.
3 In time Jehovah's angel appeared to the woman and said to her: Look, now,
you are barren and have borne no child. And you will certainly become pregnant and give birth to a son.
4 And now watch yourself, please, and do not drink wine or intoxicating liquor, and do not eat anything unclean.
5 For, look! you will be pregnant, and you will certainly give birth to a son, and no razor should come upon his head, because a Nazirite of God is what the child will become on leaving the belly; and he it is who will take the lead in saving Israel out of the hand of the Philistines.
6 Then the woman went and said to her husband: There was a man of the [true] God that came to me, and his appearance was like the appearance of the angel of the [true] God, very fear-inspiring. And I did not ask him from just where he was, neither did he tell me his name.
7 But he said to me, 'Look! You will be pregnant, and you will certainly give birth to a son. And now do not drink wine or intoxicating liquor, and do not eat any unclean thing, because a Nazirite of God is what the child will become on leaving the belly until the day of his death.' (Judges 13 NWT)
4 And there came to be a day when Elkanah proceeded to sacrifice, and he gave to Peninnah his wife and to all her sons and her daughters portions;
5 but to Hannah he gave one portion. Nonetheless it was Hannah that he loved, and, as for Jehovah, he had closed up her womb.
6 And her rival wife also vexed her sorely for the sake of making her feel disconcerted because Jehovah had closed up her womb.
7 And that was the way she would do year by year, as often as she went up into the house of Jehovah. That was the way she would vex her, so that she would weep and not eat.
8 And Elkanah her husband proceeded to say to her: Hannah, why do you weep, and why do you not eat, and why does your heart feel bad? Am I not better to you than 10 sons?
9 Then Hannah got up after they had eaten in Shiloh and after the drinking, while Eli the priest was sitting upon the seat by the doorpost of the temple of Jehovah.
10 And she was bitter of soul, and she began to pray to Jehovah and to weep greatly.
11 And she went on to make a vow and say: Oh Jehovah of armies, if you will without fail look upon the affliction of your slave girl and actually remember me, and you will not forget your slave girl and actually give to your slave girl a male offspring, I will give him to Jehovah all the days of his life, and no razor will come upon his head.
12 And it occurred that while she prayed extendedly before Jehovah, Eli was watching her mouth.
13 As for Hannah, she was speaking in her heart; only her lips were quivering, and her voice was not heard. But Eli took her for drunk.
14 So Eli said to her: How long will you behave drunk? Put away your wine from upon you.
15 At this Hannah answered and said: No, my lord! A woman hard pressed in spirit I am; and wine and intoxicating liquor I have not drunk, but I pour out my soul before Jehovah.
16 Do not make your slave girl like a good-for-nothing woman, for it is out of the abundance of my concern and my vexation that I have spoken until now.
17 Then Eli answered and said: Go in peace, and may the God of Israel grant your petition that you have asked of him.
18 To this she said: Let your maidservant find favor in your eyes. And the woman proceeded to go on her way and to eat, and her face became self-concerned no more. (1 Samuel 1 NWT)
Both Samson and Samuel were Nazirites of God. They never drank any wine during their entire lives. So in particular they could not celebrate the Passover or drink any cup of salvation. They did not break the law of Moses by omitting the Passover becauee they were under a vow enforced by Jehovah. But they could not benefit from any ransom because they did not drink any cup. So they would both go to hell unless they were non adamic. Now Hannah declared herself to be Jehovah's slave girl just as Mary did. And slave girl's produce children for their masters. So God was the father of both Samuel and Samson, both of whose mothers were barren.
The other Nazirite from birth in the scriptures was John the baptist...
13 However, the angel said to him: Have no fear, Zechariah, because your supplication has been favorably heard, and your wife Elizabeth will become mother to a son to you, and you are to call his name John.
14 And you will have joy and great gladness, and many will rejoice over his birth;
15 for he will be great before Jehovah. But he must drink no wine and strong drink at all, and he will be filled with holy spirit right from his mother's womb; (Luke 1 NWT)
John of course was non adamic - see Intro19.