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  • 121Books of Chronicles — For other uses, see Chronicles (disambiguation). Paralipomenon redirects here. For other uses, see Paralipomena (disambiguation). Hebrew Bible …

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  • 122Son of man — The phrase son of man is a primarily Semitic idiom that originated in Ancient Mesopotamia, used to denote humanity or self. The phrase is also used in Judaism and Christianity. Ancient languagesIn Sumerian, child of (a) man is: *DUMU.LU.A (?)In… …

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  • 123Development of the Jewish Bible canon — This article is about the selection of the books which make up the Tanakh. For the fixing of the text itself, see Masoretic Text. Part of a series on …

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  • 124TEMPLE — The article is arranged according to the following outline: first temple history structure the ground plan of the temple the detailed plan of the temple general description the porch THE MAIN ROOM (HEKHAL) OR HOLY PLACE …

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  • 125John Calvin — Barcelona, Spain (1554) Born Jean Cauvin 10 July 1509(1509 07 10) Noyon, Picardy, Kingdom of France …

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  • 126IBN EZRA, ABRAHAM BEN MEIR — (1089–1164), one of the most important Jewish Bible exegetes; also a poet, composer of piyyutim , grammarian, translator, philosopher, astronomer, and astrologer. Exceptionally erudite, he was among the last creative geniuses of the Spanish… …

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  • 127Genevan psalter — The Genevan Psalter is a collection of metrical psalms created under the supervision of John Calvin. Metrical Psalms are rhymed versions of the songs from the Book of Psalms, found in the Bible.OriginsBefore the Protestant Reformation the singing …

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  • 128Development of the Old Testament canon — For the Jewish canon, see Development of the Jewish Bible canon. For the New Testament canon, see Development of the New Testament canon. Part of a series on …

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  • 129DAVID — (Heb. דָּוִד), youngest son of Jesse of the Ephrathite family that lived in Beth Lehem in Judah (I Sam. 16:1; 20:27–28; I Chron. 2:13–15; cf. Micah 5:1). In the Bible SOURCES I Samuel 16–II Kings 2 is our main source for David, supplemented by I… …

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  • 130Bible — For other uses, see Bible (disambiguation). The Gutenberg Bible, the first printed Bible …

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  • 131George Joye — (also Joy and Jaye) (c. 1495 ndash; 1553) was a 16th century Bible translator who produced the first printed translation of several books of the Old Testament into English (1530 1534), as well as the first English Primer (1529).His… …

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  • 132LITERATURE, JEWISH — Literature on Jewish themes and in languages regarded as Jewish has been written continuously for the past 3,000 years. What the term Jewish literature encompasses, however, demands definition, since Jews have lived in so many countries and have… …

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  • 133Miserere — • The first word of the Vulgate text of Psalm 1 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Miserere     Miserere     † …

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  • 134Confraternity Bible — Scepter Publishers 2006 re release of the 1941 Confraternity New Testament The Bible in English Old English (pre 1066) Middle English (1066–1500) …

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  • 135Irish bog psalter — An early mediaeval Christian psalter (prayer book) was discovered in a bog in July 2006, in the townland of Faddan More in north County Tipperary, Ireland [http://breakingnews.iol.ie/news/story.asp?j=191201038 p=y9yzxy744 n=191201798 Location of… …

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  • 136KING, KINGSHIP — (Heb. מלֶךְ, מַלְכוּת). In the Bible The term king in the biblical frame of reference and that of the Ancient Near East generally designates a governor and ruler, usually the sole authority over his subjects. This term is used to designate the… …

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  • 137Codex Alexandrinus — New Testament manuscripts papyri • uncials • minuscules • lectionaries Uncial 02 …

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  • 138Melchizedek — For other uses, see Melchizedek (disambiguation). Melchizedek Meeting of Abraham and Melchizedek by Dieric Bouts the Elder, 1464–67 Priest, King of Salem …

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  • 139History of music in the biblical period — David Playing the Harp by Jan de Bray, 1670. Knowledge of the biblical period is mostly from literary references in the Bible and post biblical sources. Religion and music historian Herbert Lockyer, Jr. writes that music, both vocal and… …

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  • 140Psalter — A Psalter is a volume containing the Book of Psalms and which often contains other devotional material. Various schemes for the arrangement of the Psalms are described in Latin Psalters.In the early Middle Ages Psalters were amongst the most… …

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