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8 Biblical names that may be popular for baby boys in 2021

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Mathilde De Robien - published on 09/30/20

These strong, historic names recall God's goodness and promises.

As we enter the last few months of 2020, many people are commenting that this year feels like something from the Bible—the Apocalypse! While that comment is often made in jest, this jolt to our sense of security could mark the return of great biblical first names. When we look at names in the Bible, we might wonder who these people were, and their role in salvation history. So let’s take a look at some wonderful biblical names and the meanings behind them.


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