Ecclesiasticus

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Ecclesiasticus:

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[Lat. from Gr.,=ecclesiastical], book included in the Septuagint and in the Roman Catholic canon of the Old Testament but not included in the Hebrew Bible and placed in the Apocrypha of the Authorized Version and Protestant Bibles since.
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2) For our purposes, in discussing the role of discipline in Jewish wisdom texts, the Book of Proverbs, the Book of Ben Sira, and the Wisdom of Solomon will serve as exemplars.
uvre d'une infrastructure et de solutions efficaces dans une region oE les ressources sont limitees constitue un defi et un un instrument strategique pour la diffusion des TIC dans les pays en developpement [beaucoup plus grand que], a affirme Doron Ben Sira, directeur de SkyVision.
If the wisdom of Jesus and ben Sira were allowed to infuse the world of politics, how might that change things?
BEN SIRA WAS A WISDOM TEACHER LOYAL TO THE PRIESThood, Temple, and public worship of Israel.
Daruber hinaus hat Ben Sira fur alle Zeiten gultig daran erinnert, da[ss] nicht Geld und Gut, sondern Gesundheit und ein frohes Herz des Menschen hochste Guter sind (Sir 30,14):
Eighteen-year-old Eva Ben Sira is training to become a squad commander in the Negev desert - a far cry from the frozen wastes of her homeland.
Ben Sira and Ecclesiasticus, much was scanted, like the book of Maccabees, which was put into the Apocryhpha and is non-canonical for Jews and Protestants.
limits his discussion to Ben Sira and the Dead Sea Scrolls, but treats Proverbs, Job, and Qoheleth as necessary background.
Although little is known about the medical "helpseeking behaviors" of women in Israel, Ben Sira offered insights into the relationship between "overutilization" of the health care system and client satisfaction with primary care (Ben Sira, 1987).
They include the Apocrypha, citing mostly Ben Sira, 1-4 Maccabees and the Wisdom of Solomon but with a number of references also to 1-2 Esdras, 1 Baruch, Tobit, Judith and the Psalms of Solomon.
46) In the words of Ben Sira who had actually seen the Temple in its glory, the music provided by the Levites added additional luster to the entire service.