The Magi were the kings who traveled from the east to Bethlehem in Jerusalem to worship the newborn baby Jesus. They had dreams telling them to follow a star shining brightly in th...
The Three Wise Men, also known as the Magi, were a group of distinguished people from the East who came bearing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to celebrate the birth of the baby Jesus.
It is unclear who the Magi were exactly, the word Magi means 'priest of Zoroaster'. They are also said to have been Kings, and in the Western Christian church are commonly known by the names Melchior, Caspar and Balthasar.
The Magi (/ˈmædʒaɪ/ or /ˈmeɪdʒaɪ/; Greek: μάγοι, magoi), also referred to as
the (Three) Wise Men or (Three) Kings were, in the Gospel...
Most of what we associate with the “Magi” is from early church traditions. Most
have assumed that there were three of them since they brought three specific
Dec 23, 2014 ... Few biblical stories are as well known, yet so clouded by myth and tradition, as
that of the magi, or wise men, mentioned by Matthew. During the ...
Nov 29, 2011 ... A lost Syriac manuscript, the Revelation of the Magi, recently translated into
English by Bible scholar Brent Landau, may help answer that key ...
A reader in Springfield The Gospel of Matthew mentions the Magi who came from
the East ... Exactly who the magi were though remains somewhat of a mystery.
Fortunately, other ancient literature helps us to understand who the Magi were.
From the Jewish historian Josephus, the Greek historian Herodotus, and the ...
It also caused a group of wise men who were from the East, known as the Magi,
to plan and embark on a 1,000+ mile perilous journey in order to pay homage to
Dec 14, 2010 ... Nativity displays often have three wise men. What does the Bible reveal about
these wise men? Who were they? Where were they from?