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In Biblical times this occurs with regard to the names Abigail, Abijah, Athaliah, Chushan, Ephah, Micha, Nahash, Shelomith, Zibiah ; in Talmudic times, with regard to Ibu, Johanan, Nehorai, Pasi, Shalom ; the only later instances that may be cited are Jeroham, Mazal-Ṭob, Neḥamah, Menuḥah, Simḥah, Tamar, Bongodas, and Bien-li-Viengue.
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The noted rabbi Maimonides likewise categorizes prayer as a Biblical command, but believed that the number of prayers and their times are not.
This view is supported with Biblical quotes indicating that the Patriarchs prayed at the times mentioned.
Additional Biblical references suggest that King David and the prophet Daniel prayed three times a day.
However, even in Biblical times, it was very difficult to get a conviction that would lead to this prescribed punishment.
Based on dispensationalist interpretation of prophecies in the Biblical books of Revelation, Daniel, Isaiah and Ezekiel, Left Behind tells the story of the end times, in which true believers in Christ have been " raptured ", ( i. e. taken instantly to heaven ) leaving the world shattered and chaotic.
The actual species are not known with certainty, although they would necessarily have been crops that grew in the middle east in Biblical times.
Azymes is an archaic English word for matzah, derived from the Koine Greek word " ἄζυμος " ( ázymos: " unleavened ") for unfermented bread in Biblical times.
In Biblical times, Samaria " reached from the sea to the Jordan Valley ", including the Carmel Ridge and Plain of Sharon.
It contains loan words from languages with which Hebrew had contact in post-exilic times, such as Persian, Greek, and Aramaic, and contains numerous items of vocabulary that are otherwise unknown in Biblical Hebrew but are known from Rabbinic Hebrew, and these expressions give the impression of being part of a living language and not the result of an archaic or artificial style.
Supporters of Jewish resettlement within Hebron see their program as the reclamation of an important heritage dating back to Biblical times, which was dispersed or, it is argued, stolen by Arabs after the massacre of 1929.
* Legends place the origins in Biblical times and consider the stone to be the Stone of Jacob taken by Jacob while in Haran.
'" God ’ s personal message to Jeremiah, “ Attack you they will, overcome you they can ’ t ,” was fulfilled many times in the Biblical narrative, Jeremiah was attacked by his own brothers, beaten and put into the stocks by a priest and false prophet, imprisoned by the king, threatened with death, thrown into a cistern by Judah ’ s officials, and opposed by a false prophet.
According to Koch, the name Arawn may be derived from the Biblical name Aaron, the name of Moses ’ s brother, and so is ultimately of Hebrew origin and meaning ‘ exalted .’ That the name ‘ Aaron ’ had currency in Wales as early as Roman times is shown by Gildas who wrote that ‘ Aaron and Iulianus were Christian martyrs at Urbs Legionis ( the ‘ city of the legion ,’ probably Caerllion-ar-Wysg ) in the time of the Emperor Diocletian .’ a cleric of the Old Welsh name Araun witnessed two charters of 860 preserved in the book of Llandaf.
* That he was in many ways both typical of his times, and yet extraordinary in his religious convictions and beliefs, in his scholarship of the Biblical literature, and in the fervency in which he lived his religion out in his daily life.
The Young Earth creationist opinion is that Leviathan and Behemoth are names given to dinosaurs which existed in Biblical times.
During Biblical times when calamities befell the Jewish people, the Jewish prophets stressed that suffering is a natural result of not following God's law, and prosperity, peace and health are the natural results of following God's law.
It analysed the whole field of available Biblical commentary, for the use of those preparing sermons, and was reprinted many times.
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* In Biblical Hebrew, possession is normally expressed with status constructus, a construction in which the possessed noun occurs in a phonologically reduced, " construct " form and is followed by the possessor noun in its normal, " absolute " form.
The name occurs twice ; at the first mention Shamgar is identified as a Biblical Judge, who repelled Philistine incursions into Israelite regions, and slaughtered 600 of the invaders with an ox goad, the other mention is within the Song of Deborah, where Shamgar is described as having been one of the prior rulers, in whose days roads were abandoned, with travelers taking winding paths, and village life collapsing.
The Biblical reference occurs at a time when Yahweh has provided a strong east wind to carry the sons of Israel across the Red or Erythrian Sea to Elat.
An interesting early reference to Dagan occurs in a letter to King Zimri-Lim of Mari, 18th century, written by Itur-Asduu an official in the court of Mari and governor of Nahur ( the Biblical city of Nahor ) ( ANET, p. 623 ).
Samson's numerous attempts to conceal the secret of his strength in the Biblical account are never mentioned in the opera and the revelation that his strength resides in his hair occurs offstage.
It is post Biblical and occurs only 6 times in the Talmud ; all occurrences are from the Jerusalem Talmud.
The song occurs in the scene in which Jesus rides on a donkey into Jerusalem, as in the above Biblical passages.
The term " burnt offering " derives from the Septuagint translation, itself deriving from the Biblical phrase " an offering made by fire ", which occurs in the description ( Leviticus 1 ) of the offering.
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To you, for instance, the word innocence, in this connotation, probably retained its Biblical, or should I say technical sense, and therefore I suppose I must make myself quite clear by saying that I lost -- or rather handed over -- what you would have considered to be my innocence two weeks before I was legally entitled, and in fact by oath required, to hand it over along with what other goods and bads I had.
However, an initial perusal and comparison of some of the famous passages with the same parts of other versions seems to speak well of the efforts of the British Biblical scholars.
Certainly, the meaning is clearer to one who is not familiar with Biblical teachings, in the New English Bible which reads: `` Then Jesus arrived at Jordan from Galilee, and he came to John to be baptized by him.
Some of the poetic cadence of the older version certainly is lost in the newer one, but almost anyone, with a fair knowledge of the English language, can understand the meaning, without the necessity of interpretation by a Biblical scholar.
During the making recently of an important Biblical film, some 40 volumes of research material and sketches not only of costumes and interiors, but of architectural developments, sports arenas, vehicles, and other paraphernalia were compiled, consulted, and complied with.
The drama itself -- and this seems to be lavishly true of Biblical drama -- often has hardly any relationship with authenticity at all.
* Throughout Robertson Davies's The Manticore a comparison is repeatedly made between the protagonist's problematic relations with his father and those of between the Biblical Absalom and King David.
Rav also devoted much attention to mystical and transcendental speculations which the rabbis connect with the Biblical account of creation ( Genesis 1, Ma ' aseh Bereshit ), the vision of the mysterious chariot of God ( Ezekiel 1, Ma ' aseh Merkabah ), and the Divine Name.
For a detailed discussion of the differences including a more comprehensive table ( several essential tables are given below ) of Biblical scripture for both Testaments and the intertestamental period with regard to canonical acceptance in Christendom's various major traditions, see Wikipedia's article on " Biblical canon ".
He used these, in conjunction with the Biblical texts themselves, to write his commentaries and other theological works.
The Biblia pauperum (" Paupers ' Bible "), a tradition of picture Bibles beginning in the later Middle Ages, sometimes depicted Biblical events with words spoken by the figures in the miniatures written on scrolls coming out of their mouths — which makes them to some extent ancestors of the modern cartoon strips.
Historicism says that Biblical prophecies provide us with a broad view of history, as well as an explanation of the religious significance of historical events.
Marduk-apla-iddina II ( the Biblical Merodach-Baladan ) of Bit-Yâkin, allied himself with the powerful Elamite kingdom and briefly seized control of Babylon in 721 BC after the death of the Assyrian king Shalmaneser V who had ruled Babylon directly from Nineveh.
Encyclopedia of Biblical Spiritualism ; Or, A Concordance to the Principal Passages of the Old and New Testament Scriptures Which Prove or Imply Spiritualism ; Together with a Brief History of the Origin of Many of the Important Books of the Bible.
From his religious training, Mather viewed the importance of texts for elaborating meaning and for bridging different moments of history — linking, for instance, the Biblical stories of Noah and Abraham with the arrival of such eminent leaders as John Eliot ; John Winthrop ; and his own father, Increase Mather.
Christians refer to the Biblical books about Jesus as the New Testament, and to the canon of Hebrew books as the Old Testament, terms associated with Supersessionism.
Many Jews view Christians as having quite an ambivalent view of the Torah, or Mosaic law: on one hand Christians speak of it as God's absolute word, but on the other, they apply its commandments with a certain selectivity ( compare Biblical law in Christianity ).
In this desire to seek to establish Biblical truth and test out orthodox Christian beliefs through independent scriptural study he was not alone and, amongst other churches, he also had links with Adventist movement and with Benjamin Wilson ( who later set up the Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith in the 1860s ).
In the 9th or 10th century, Yehuda Ibn Quraysh compared the phonology and morphology of Hebrew, Aramaic, and Arabic, but attributed this resemblance to the Biblical story of Babel, with Abraham, Isaac and Joseph retaining Adam's language, with other languages at various removes becoming more altered from the original Hebrew.
The next year, Brubeck produced The Gates of Justice, a cantata mixing Biblical scripture with the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
* The novel ' Hadassah ' by J. Francis Hudson ( Lion Publishing 1996 ) integrates the Biblical narrative with ancient Greek accounts of the reign of Xerxes ( Ahasuerus ).