Dating a persian american men
Since arguments in favor of the chronological priority of Nehemiah to Ezra are indecisive, we accept the order in the text according to which Ezra’s activity preceded that of Nehemiah.
What is known of Ezra and his work is derived almost exclusively from Ezr 7–10 (the “Ezra Memoirs”) and Neh 8–9.
A friend of mine was married to a persian guy for 25 years she told me that they divorced because he was too controlling,selfish and that the people in his family didn't like her because she disagreed with alot of there traditions.
she thought he was going to set it on fire but he didn't..what i think about persian guy, well, they like to talk bad about their own women( i mean iranian women), they always consider their own women to be golddiger and manipulative, no matter how educated their women is, i hate when they talk bad about their women and insult them, and that is why i consider them abusive, the older one are worst, very course, i donot mean to say all of them are like this, it seems majority of them are like also like to cheat alot, very weak toward women.
Ezra is sometimes accused of having been a legalist who gave excessive attention to the letter of the law.
Love my guy, but to be honest if I had to do it over again - no way, sorry to say.
In the present state of the Ezra-Nehemiah text, there are several dislocations of large sections so that the chronological or logical sequence is disrupted.
The major instance is Ezra’s public reading of the law in Neh 8; others will be pointed out in the footnotes.
This was the accepted way of establishing the legality of one’s priestly office.
He is also called a scribe, well-versed in the law of Moses (7:6), indicating Ezra’s dedication to the study of the Torah, which he sought to make the basic rule of life in the restored community.
The last four books of the Hebrew canon are Ezra, Nehemiah, and 1 and 2 Chronicles, in that order.