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Similarly, the Tabernacle was given as a sign of remorse for the Golden Calf.
Is there a lesson here in the apparent rejection of the established Church in favour of some golden calf idolatry?
Although she writes that the inclusion of quotations from Ilf and Petrov's The Golden Calf, the supreme Soviet satire, is her way of paying "homage to [her] literary predecessors," the passages, in fact, enrich her essays with burlesque.
Our sages tell us that after G-d found the people of Israel worshipping the Golden Calf, following what they thought was Moses not returning to them, the Almighty wanted to destroy the entire nation.
He was impressively authoritative in the Golden Calf aria, and naturally drew all eyes with his acid wit and mordant comedy.
Searching Jewish, Christian, and Greco-Roman antiquity for sources that clarify the meaning of the Pauline phrase, he argues that it should be understood as metaphor, and that its taproot is found in Israel's worship of the golden calf.
Set during the Second World War, her performance as a Jewish girl who falls in love with a Nazi officer, played by Sebastian Koch, has won her a Golden Calf, the Dutch film industry's Oscar.
Golden Calf purveys high-quality Chinese and American antiques at 86 North Sixth Street.
Examiner arts correspondent Playfellow was barely able to contain his fury and discontent over the Shoenberg premiere of Dance Round the Golden Calf at Leeds Festival.
The making of the golden calf and the breaking of the tablets; the people's faithlessness to God
The resolution will call for Baptists to create an "exit strategy" from the public schools; a press release refers to the schools as "the golden calf of the religious left.
In fact, we knew precious little about anything with the exception of Scott Johnson's short longs, his golden calf muscles and thighs and the fact that in the severe cold, a man's body changes out of all recognition.