Golgotha


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  • noun

Synonyms for Golgotha

a hill near Jerusalem where Jesus was crucified

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The main church dates from the 1100s when the Crusaders built a vast dome over the complex of chapels and shrines around the site, also incorporating a stairway up to Golgotha.
A CENTURY AGO 16th Battalion (Canadian Scottish) in Belgium during World War I, main picture, soldiers returning after lethal gas attacks at Ypres, above, bronze sculpture Canada's Golgotha, left.
Despite the overflow crowd, there were few lines throughout the day as guests enjoyed the park's realistic recreations of biblical sites like Golgotha and Jesus' Garden Tomb; experienced the world renowned Scriptorium with its priceless biblical manuscripts; walked through the extensive antiquities collection of the late Dr.
The Romans repeatedly crucify Jesus -- at Cavalry, Golgotha and other sites -- but he resurrects himself each time.
According to Christian theology, Good Friday, also called Holy Friday, Great Friday or Black Friday is a religious event observed primarily by Christians commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus and his death at Golgotha Hill.
Groups of people from across the region have been working with artists and musicians to prepare some of the containers to represent the Stations of the Cross, the significant points along Christ's painful journey to Golgotha, where he was cruci-fied.
VMRO-DPMNE's victory in the first round of the presidential elections reintroduced the Golgotha for the family Zeqiri from Radishani.
A promise made in the Jordan and kept at Golgotha, to meet us, to wipe away every tear, to give a garland instead of ashes, tolead us to creation's homecoming and our own.
This insight illumines Jesus' suffering in Gethsemane and Golgotha, involving "mystery and presence, neither of which explains or justifies suffering, but both of which point a way through it" (69).
The annual celebration of the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of our Lord, directs our gaze toward Golgotha and the Crucified Christ, the form and content of the Christian message, the essence of the Church's preaching always and everywhere.
Of special note are the last two chapters: The Investigations Continue (the spear of destiny, the sandals and cloths of Jesus) and Golgotha and the Empty Tomb.
book The Role of the USA in the Macedonian Golgotha (1991-2013)
The paper runs an interview with retired diplomat Risto Nikovski, the author of the recently published book "The Role of the USA in the Macedonian Golgotha.
Stephen Dudley, 65, formerly a maths teacher at North Leamington and Sidney Stringer schools, has written the book entitled The Road To Golgotha.
According to the Gospel of Mark, Joseph purchased linen and proceeded to Golgotha to take the body of Jesus down from the cross.