Israelite


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Synonyms for Israelite

a native or inhabitant of the ancient kingdom of Israel

a person belonging to the worldwide group claiming descent from Jacob (or converted to it) and connected by cultural or religious ties

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One day, he realized the dream in his heart was to become a leader and free the Israelites from their bondage of slavery in Egypt.
Continue reading "Israeli Scholar: The Romani People Are Descendants of the Israelite Tribe of Simeon" at.
The latter bolsters his claim with the fact that the nursemaid sought for Moses was specifically Israelite and not Egyptian (2:7).
This book is a careful review of the archaeological and biblical evidence regarding ancient Israelite religions.
His recent book "Black Jews in Africa and the Americas" records the growth of Israelite movements throughout Africa and elsewhere.
This descriptive annotated bibliography of the Israelite House of David and Mary's City of David imprints is the product of Henry Yaple's multiple-decade census of eleven archives and libraries with public access to their collections.
Contextualizing Eve against the backdrop of the everyday experiences of ordinary Iron Age (circa 1200586 BCE) Israelite women, and not the exceptional women of the Hebrew Bible, is crucial to this task.
For them God's plan Of salvation unfolded with the Israelites, then was added to and redefined by Christ: That meant the New Testament writers read the events of the Old Testament as looking forward to Christ as the Messiah of his people.
Dark God: Cruelty, Sex, and Violence in the Old Testament" by Thomas Romer (Old Testament, Faculty of Theology and Science of Religion, Lausanne University) was specifically written to counter this misleading perception and to show that the commandments of a seemingly vengeful god were in truth and in fact designed to preserve Israelite faith from dogmatic complacency with the realization that He was intensely engaged in the lives of his chosen people and of all mankind to their ultimate betterment.
Le grand rabbin de Tunisie, Haim Bitan , a affirme, dans une declaration a Africanmanager, que des citoyens de la communaute israelite de Djerba, ont ete vises, dernierement, par des agressions de la part d'inconnus, et ce a deux reprises.
Thus, for example, she does not delve into the vast literature on pottery types found at Israelite and neighboring sites that indicate a large realm of commercial contact with neighboring Near Eastern and Aegean states (c.
Social theory and the study of Israelite religion; essays in retrospect and prospect.
This paper will seek to answer these questions by analyzing two different systems of agriculture: that found in present-day North America and Europe, and that codified in the Torah and used by the ancient Israelite people.
The inscription was photographed and recorded by archaeologists and scholars of ancient Israelite religion, so we know what it looked like - and importantly - what it said.
Berman sets out to read the Pentateuch "as a document of political and social theory" (3), proposing that it can be read as containing an idealized vision of Israelite society that is fundamentally egalitarian.