What did Joseph, Levitical Priests, King David, Ezekiel, John the Baptist, and Jesus have in common? They were the same age when they began their respective claims to fame! It was a tradition embedded in the Hebrew culture. But what if it is a tradition from which all cultures can benefit?
Drawing from Biblical stories in great detail, along with a few outside resources, author Kyle Foshee makes the argument that 30 might not just be the most significant age in Biblical times; it is possible, and quite probable, that the significance of 30 transcends time and culture, particularly that of America. It just may be the case that 30 is the most significant age ever!