Search Results for Israel God

 
Deuteronomy 6:4 Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God

.... 1d2) to sound aloud (musical term) 1d3) to make proclamation, summon 1d4) to cause to be heard 2) sound 3478 Yisra'el {yis raw ale'} Israel = "God prevails" 1 ....

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Passover, The Holocaust, Israel

.... As Trepp goes on to say, the children of Jacob who was first bestowed with the name of Israel "have chosen God as their guide, thus may consider themselves ....

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Jacob's Name Change in Genesis

.... plot of a mystery story." The "unfinished plot" of Genesis remains a coherent account of the connection between the people of Israel and God, despite the ....

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David: King of Israel

.... selection. It should be emphasized once again that the king of Ancient Israel was understood as being chosen by God and not man. The ....

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Moses' Excuses to God

.... God instructs Moses to tell the people of Israel that the one who calls them to follow Moses is the One who ever is, before, in, and after time. ....

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God in the Bible

.... Another example of the God-Israel bond is seen in God's command to Abraham to kill his son Isaac as a sacrifice to God. Abraham ....

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Three Novels Dealing with Israel

.... part of Jews who have been oppressed in countless ways for their entire history, and the state of Israel is portrayed by Uris as the land God promised and Jews ....

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Amos and Hosea: A Comparison

.... 4.1). The text has God reminding Israel of the divine power that led the people out of Egypt (Hos. 13.8), only to see them forget about God. ....

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Fundamentals of Judaism

.... The god of Israel is increasingly viewed as both the strongest god, and the one true God. .... Covenant The one true God is preeminently the God of Israel. ....

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John Bright's History of Israel

.... prophets] gave the tragedy explanation in advance in terms of faith, and thereby prevented it from destroying faith." By the plan of God, Israel's mission was ....

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The State of Israel

.... When God deprived Israel of its land . . . .... God directed the children of Israel to Egypt, there to be enslaved and ultimately redeemed. ....

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Political Realities of Israel

.... When God deprived Israel of its land . . . .... God directed the children of Israel to Egypt, there to be enslaved and ultimately redeemed. ....

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Book of Isaiah

.... Assyrians. Isaiah promises in chapters 9 to 35 that God will lift up a blameless King and judge harshly the nations that resist Israel. ....

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DEUTERONOMY 15:7-11

.... Israel is not to become a borrower, however, for this would give power to the other nations over Israel, and God does not want this to be the power ....

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Biblical prophecy in the Old Testament

.... The text has God reminding Israel of the divine power that led the people out of Egypt (Hosea 13:8), only to see them forget about God. ....

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Gideon and the Altar of Baal

.... At this point in the history of Israel God is concerned more with obtaining obedience than with reassuring His people, and provides reassurance only to obtain ....

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Moses' Four Objections

.... God instructs Moses to tell the people of Israel that the one who calls them to follow Moses is the One who ever is, before, in, and after time. ....

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Samson as a Tragic Figure

.... be the agent of transcendence, while Andreyev's concludes that suicide is the ultimate assertion of self-ownership and reclaiming of kinship with Israel's God. ....

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Book of Deuteronomy of the Old Testament

.... Deuteronomy, it is relatively easy to grasp the meaning of the two most significant aspects of Israel's faith, namely the covenant between God and the ....

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e Book of Deuteronomy

.... Deuteronomy, it is relatively easy to grasp the meaning of the two most significant aspects of Israel's faith, namely the covenant between God and the ....

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Jacob's Struggle at Peniel

.... The new name, Israel, has been interpreted as 'Striver with God.' This incident perhaps refers to legend that treats Jacob as a heroic combatant and serves as ....

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Jacob in the Book of Genesis

.... In other words, the events of Genesis are not meant to be taken literally but stand for development of the relationship of the people of Israel to God. ....

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The Prophet Hosea

.... In the final chapter, Hosea expresses both hope and expectation of the return of Israel to God and of her reinstatement as His people. ....

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Machiavelli's use of Moses in The Prince

.... effective leadership, through the strength of character and grace that brought God's special communications and allowed the people of Israel to recognize in ....

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A Feminist Judaism

.... to scripture, shaped the direction of Jewish law, or found expression in liturgy (Plaskow 1). The central Jewish categories are Torah, Israel, and God, and all ....

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The Book of Jonah

.... of prayer, repentance, and prophecy" (Schulweis 1). The book is a particularly succinct reminder that the God of Israel is also the God of the whole world. ....

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Gods

.... For example, gods from both manipulate and influence human beings, like Baal, a god whose name refers to any god but the God of Israel. ....

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Judaism, Christianity and Islam

.... Jewish faith is connected to the confidence that Jacob/Israel has in God's promise to "be with you and [] restore you to the land of your fathers" (Gen. ....

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What does it mean to be a Jew?

.... in the basic concept of Israel's early nationalistic religion that Yahweh was Israel's one and only national God and that in turn Israel was God's people and ....

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Judaism's Communal Orientation

.... focuses on relationships: the relationship between God and mankind, between God and the Jewish nation, and between the Jewish nation and the Nation of Israel. ....

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