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Daoism[edit]

Daoism originated in China. Why is only the Japanese name of this deity mentioned? --2.245.66.240 (talk) 21:36, 19 January 2016 (UTC)

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Biblical examples are currently limited to Genesis.[edit]

Jehoiada living to 130 also seems beyond what is currently considered possible.

While's Moses 120 is within the range of confirmed long lifespans, who two older siblings died earlier the same year. Aaron was 3 years older and Miriam was the oldest with the exact age unknown, but when Moses was born she older enough to follow his basket. So they straddle the line.

And since the Korean example is only 118, I figure Anna The Prophetess should count, she's been a widow for 87 years after being married for 7 from her Virginity, that's 94 years. The youngest she could have lost her virginity at was 12, but I suspect she was at least 16.--JaredMithrandir (talk) 14:08, 20 May 2016 (UTC)