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Berith

(bē`rĭth), abbreviation of Baal-berithBaal-berith
[Heb.,=Lord of the covenant], local god of Shechem mentioned in the Book of Judges. It has been suggested that the Israelites and local inhabitants of Shechem ratified a covenant there in the temple of Baal.
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For the health of Bengal, a Berith, his wife and newborn, so that fathers and mothers, relatives wish them well.
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Chris James, the barrister representing Sturdey, said her assets included land at Beth Berith but the value of the land might be affected by the fact that Mr Sturdey was still buried there.
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179) In order to reconstruct how Weber systematically conducts this mode of causal analysis and civilizational comparison in his essays and working notes on the rise of the world religions, despite their often fragmented, incomplete, and vague character, Kalberg devotes a series of illuminating chapters to Weber's account of how the Confucian ethic of the tao (world adjustment and affirmation) furnishes the organizing principle of clan piety and patrimonial bureaucracy; how the Hindu ethic of the dharma (divinely ordered tasks and responsibilities) justifies caste alliances and systems of inheritance; and how the Judaic ethic of the berith (covenant, treaty, or oath) informs the conduct of a civic stratum of plebians and the messianic worldview of prophets.
Ataviado con tunica blanca y manto blanco por el anverso y rojo por el reverso, su fisonomia esta influida por la descripcion que realiza el idolo Berith en La leyenda dorada (7).
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When the word "covenant" (berith) appears in the Hebrew scriptures, it signals a special category of relationship.
(26) The Hebrew word berith, translated as covenant (alliance), has several slightly different acceptations depending on the Biblical context in which it is used (the Noahic covenant, the Abrahamic covenant, the Mosaic covenant, the covenant in the Deuteronomy or the covenant with Jeremiah): "For the word can also mean more generally "promise", which is also a parallel with "oath" to express a solemn pledge." in The Pontifical Biblical Commission, The Jewish people and their sacred scriptures in the Christian Bible (Vatican City: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2001) &37.
We saw that commensalism Was readily practiced also with ritualistic strangers, but as is natural Elsewhere only within the circle of either permanent berith affiliates?
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