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Notes for Haran:
His name in Hebrew is: הרן Hârân (haw-rawn’) Strongs #2039; mountaineer.
Terah, Haran's father was 38 when Haran was born, and Haran married at the age of
39 and had Sarai at the age of 42. (46) After the birth of Sarai, Haran lived to
the age of 82 when he died in the furnace that Nimrod had created to burn he and
his younger brother Abram.
Haran was 32 when his younger brother Abram was born.
There isn't much said about Haran, but when Haran was 82, Terah, his father accused
Haran of suggesting to save his brother, Abram when the king Nimrod wanted to kill
Abram. Terah told Nimrod that Haran suggested that a servant's child could be killed
in place of Abram to save his life. However, Haran had not suggested anything like
this at all. (47)
Haran had borderline beliefs; he thought within himself that if Abram conquered over
the king then he would follow the beliefs of Abram. However, if the king prevailed
over Abram, then he would follow the ways of the king. (48) However, he did not
know that he was also to be put into the furnace with his brother.
As soon as Haran and Abram were thrown into the furnace, Haran instantly died since
his heart was not right with Yahvah.