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  • 181Tikkun HaKlali — (Hebrew: תיקון הכללי‎, lit., The General (or Comprehensive) Rectification ), also known as The General Remedy, is a set of ten Psalms whose recital serves as teshuvah (repentance) for all sins in particular the sin of wasted seed through… …

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  • 182psalter — noun a) The Book of Psalms. Often applied to a book containing the Psalms separately printed. b) Specifically for Anglicans, the Book of Common Prayer which contains the Book of Psalms. For Catholics, the Breviary containing the Psalms arranged… …

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  • 183Martin Luther bibliography — This list of books by Martin Luther contains a bibliography of the works of Martin Luther in print, online or other formats, in English translation and original language. Contents 1 Collected works 1.1 Original languages 1.2 English …

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  • 184GOD — IN THE BIBLE The Bible is not a single book, but a collection of volumes composed by different authors living in various countries over a period of more than a millennium. In these circumstances, divergencies of emphasis (cf. Kings with… …

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  • 185Jewish Publication Society of America Version — The Jewish Publication Society of America Version (JPS) of the Tanakh (the Hebrew Bible) was the first Bible translation published by the Jewish Publication Society of America and the first translation of the Tanakh into English by a committee of …

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  • 186Midrash Tehillim — Title page of Midrash Tehillim (Prague, 1613), from the 1906 Jewish Encyclopedia. Midrash Tehillim (Hebrew: מדרש תהלים) or Midrash to Psalms is a haggadic midrash known since the 11th century, when it was quoted by Nathan of Rome in his Aruk (s.v …

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  • 187David —    Beloved, the eighth and youngest son of Jesse, a citizen of Bethlehem. His father seems to have been a man in humble life. His mother s name is not recorded. Some think she was the Nahash of 2 Sam. 17:25. As to his personal appearance, we only …

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  • 188Wedderburn Brothers, James, John and Robert — (?1495 1557) (See also Cannan, May Wedderburn)    The three brothers were all born in Dundee, the sons of James Wedderburn, a prosperous merchant, and Janet Barrie. Educated at St. Andrews University, they all became zealous Scottish religious… …

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  • 189Ps. — abbr. (pl. Pss.) Psalm, Psalms (Old Testament). * * * Psalm; Psalms. Also, Psa. * * * abbrev 1. Psalm or Psalms (also Psa.) 2. (the Book of) Psalms (Bible) * * * ps., pieces …

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  • 190Psalm 151 — is the name given to a short psalm that is found in most copies of the Septuagint [ [http://rosetta.reltech.org/cgi bin/Ebind2html/TC/SweteIntro?seq=266 An Introduction to the Old Testament in Greek ] , Henry Barclay Swete, Cambridge University… …

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  • 191Tawrat — (Tawrah or Taurat, Arabic: توراة) is the Arabic transliteration of the Hebrew word Torah (also known as the Five Books of Moses or the Pentateuch ) which Muslims believe was a holy book of Islam given by God to Musa (Moses). Some Who|date=July… …

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  • 192Bardesanes and Bardesanites — • Syrian Gnostic or, more correctly, a Syrian poet, astrologist, and philosopher, d. 222, at Edessa Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Bardesanes and Bardesanites     Bardesanes and Bardesanites …

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  • 193Mary Sidney — For other people named Mary Sidney, see Mary Sidney (disambiguation). Portrait of Mary Herbert née Sidney, by Nicholas Hilliard, c. 1590 Mary Herbert (née Sidney), Countess of Pembroke (27 October 1561 – 25 September 1621), was one of the first… …

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  • 194Hermann Gunkel — and the study of oral tradition in biblical texts. He was an outstanding representative of the History of Religion School. Biography Gunkel was born in Springe, Kingdom of Hanover, where his father was a Lutheran pastor. He studied theology in… …

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  • 195List of Bible translators — This a list of Bible translators by language. =Fox Aleut= *Ivan Evseyevich Popov Veniaminov (Saint Innocent of Alaska) Russian Orthodox, into Fox Aleut =Algonquin= *John Eliot into AlgonquinAmharic*Johann Ludwig Krapf German, parts into Oromo,… …

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  • 196Gregorian Antiphonary — The Gregorian Antiphonary was an early Christian antiphonary, i.e. book of choral music to be sung antiphonally in services; it is associated traditionally with Gregory the Great.BackgroundAt the early period in question, oral tradition may have… …

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  • 197Edom — Edomite redirects here. For the language, see Edomite language. For the pottery, see Edomite pottery. For other uses, see Edom (disambiguation). Map showing kingdom of Edom (in red) at its largest extent, c. 600 BC. Areas in dark red show the… …

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  • 198saltere — m ( es/ as) 1. a stringed musical instrument of the lute kind, a psaltery; 2a. the book of Psalms, the songs of David, the Psalms; 2b. a psalter, a service book containing the book of Psalms divided into certain portions for Matins, and the Hours …

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  • 199English translations of the Bible — The Bible in English Old English (pre 1066) Middle English (1066–1500) Early Modern English (1500–1800) Modern Christian (1800–) Modern Jewish (1853–) Miscellaneous This box …

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  • 200Old English Bible translations — The Bible in English Old English (pre 1066) Middle English (1066–1500) Early Modern English (1500–1800) Modern Christian (1800–) Modern Jewish (1853–) Miscellaneous This box …

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