The Book Of Judah
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📒The Book Of Judah ✍ the Judahite Yisrael
✏The Book of Judah Book Summary : According to the Bible, the Devil will deceive the whole world & prevent many from finding Christ. The Book of Revelations tells us a great mystery which has been ignored by all religions. Yes even that of the Christian Church in America. The Kingdom of Christ has 12 Gates. Each gate is named after one of the 12 sons of Jacob. There is no gate for Buddhist, Muslims, Mormons, Catholics, nor Christians. Finally the secret is revealed in this book for getting in the Kingdom of Heaven.
📒Judah ✍ Joseph Irons
✏Judah Book Summary :
📒The Book Of Amos In Emergent Judah ✍ Jason Radine
✏The Book of Amos in Emergent Judah Book Summary : Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--University of Michigan, 2007.
📒A History Of Ancient Israel And Judah ✍ James Maxwell Miller
✏A History of Ancient Israel and Judah Book Summary : A significant achievement, this book moves our understanding of the history of Israel forward as dramatically as John Bright's A History of Israel, Martin Noth's History of Israel, and William F. Albright's From the Stone Age ot Cristianity did at an earlier period.
📒The Lion Of Judah In The New World ✍ Theodore M. Vestal
✏The Lion of Judah in the New World Book Summary : This insightful book relates how Emperor Haile Selassie helped shape America's image of Africa and how that image continues to evolve in the United States today. * Maps * Photographs * A bibliography of useful sources for further research
📒The Chronology Of The Kings Of Israel And Judah ✍ Gershon Galil
✏The Chronology of the Kings of Israel and Judah Book Summary : This pioneering study wrestles with the perpetual problem of chronology in the Books of Kings. The result is one of the most responsible and yet most critical chronologies proposed to date, and will be the standard chronological reference for the next decade, if not longer.
📒The Book Of Judah And Tamar ✍ S. Ernest Signor Sr.
✏The Book of Judah and Tamar Book Summary : AU has supplied PDF
📒Sefer Chasidim ✍ Judah ben Samuel
✏Sefer Chasidim Book Summary : Written by Rabbi Yehudah HeChasid in the late twelfth century, Sefer Chasidim is a unique and engaging ethical work that addresses the concerns of everyday life. In this first-ever translation into English, Avraham Yaakov Finkel has reorganized the work topically for clarity and easy reference, at last making this important text available to a wider audience. Although written more than seven-hundred years ago, the author's observations on the world are strikingly relevant to the contemporary scene. The work of addresses subjects ranging from love of God, Torah study, and the after-life, to choosing a mate, financial matters, and anger. Scattered throughout the book, Rabbi Yehudah HeChasid includes examples of actual life experiences to illustrate moral lessons. The original work has been a favorite of both scholars and laypeople for its straightforward style, in contrast to other medieval writings on ethics that are largely theoretical and reflective. Rabbi Yehudah HeChasid was born in Speyer, Germany, ca. 1150, about fifty years after the Jews of the region were massacred in the First Crusade of 1096, and only three years after the mobs of the Second Crusade killed thousands of Jews throughout Germany. He is the most prominent of the chasidei Ashkenaz, the German pietists (not to be confused with the chasidic movement founded by the Baal Shem Tov) who stressed strong and simple faith. He is also one of the Rishonim, the early Talmudic sages who expounded on the Talmud and halachah - other Rishonim include Rashi, Maimonides, and Nachmanides. Remarkably, the Jewish people of Rabbi Yehudah HeChasid's time were concerned with the same philosophical questions asked by Jews today: Whilesociety around us is in constant flux, how can we find inner space? How can we manage to live in harmony with ourselves, our families, and our neighbors? What does God want from us? The challenged brought by Rabbi Yehudah HeChasid in his stories and teachings is to practice self-exam
📒Judah And The Judeans In The Fourth Century B C E ✍ Oded Lipschitz
✏Judah and the Judeans in the Fourth Century B C E Book Summary : During the past decade, the period from the 7th century B.C.E. and later has been a major focus because it is thought to be the era when much of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament was formed. As a result, there has also been much interest in the historical developments of that time and specifically in the status of Judah and its neighbors. Three conferences dealing roughly with a century each were organized, and the first conference was held in Tel Aviv in 2001; the proceedings of that conference were published as Judah and the Judeans in the Neo-Babylonian Period. The second volume was published in early 2006, a report on the conference held in Heidelberg in July 2003: Judah and the Judeans in the Persian Period. Judah and the Judeans in the Fourth Century B.C.E. is the publication of the proceedings of the third conference, which was held in Muenster, Germany, in August 2005; the essays in it focus on the century during which the Persian Empire fell to Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic kingdoms came to the fore. Participants whose contributions are published here are: R. Achenbach, R. Albertz, B. Becking, E. Ben Zvi, J. Blenkinsopp, E. Eshel, H. Eshel, L. L. Grabbe, A. Kloner, G. N. Knoppers, I. Kottsieper, A. Lemaire, O. Lipschits, Y. Magen, K. Schmid, I. Stern., O. Tal, D. Vanderhooft, J. Wiesehöfer, J. L. Wright, and J. W. Wright.
📒Food In Ancient Judah ✍ Cynthia Shafer-Elliott
✏Food in Ancient Judah Book Summary : First published in 2013. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.