Balaam (Hebrew: בִּלְעָם, Standard Bilʻam Tiberian Bilʻām, English
pronunciation /ˈbeɪlæm/ ) is a diviner in the Torah, h...
To understand Balaam's prophecies properly, we must delve into his background
and the situation at the time. Balaam himself, biblical historians believe, ...
Balaam. (B.C. 1451), the son of beor, a man endowed with the gift of prophecy. (
Numbers 22:5) He is mentioned in conjunction with the five kings of Midian, ...
Balak Summons Balaam - Then the Israelites traveled to the plains of Moab and
camped along the Jordan across from Jericho. Now Balak son of Zippor.
In an unprecedented discovery, an ancient text found at Deir Alla, Jordan, in
1967 tells about the activities of a prophet named Balaam. Could this be the
The narrative relating to Balaam is found in Num. xxii.-xxiv. According to this
narrative, Balak, king of Moab, sent messengers to the soothsayer, requesting
BALAAM (Heb. בַּלְעָם, בִּלְעָם), son of Beor, a non-Israelite diviner famous for
his effectiveness, enlisted by Balak, king of Moab, to pronounce curses over the ...
Did Balaam's donkey really talk to him? Or, was it actually God speaking through
the donkey? Why wasn't Balaam shocked to hear his donkey speaking?
The derivation of the name is uncertain. Dr. Neubauer would connect it with the
god Ammo or Ammi, as though Balaam belonged to a people whose god or lord
Balak Sends For Balaam. Frightened by the fall of the lands of the Amorites and
Bashan, the kings of Moab and Midian, implacable foes for many generations, ...