Shealtiel


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Shealtiel

(shēăl`tēĕl), in the Bible, father of Zerubbabel. An alternate form is Salathiel.
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Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel was among the ancient Hebrew exiles who returned from Babylon to rebuild Solomon's Temple and the fallen walls of Jerusalem.
The other is that of the fictional Shealtiel Abravanel, Atalia's father, who opposed David Ben-Gurion's decision to declare the State of Israel's independence in 1948.
As he considers the characters Judas and Shealtiel, Shmuel questions and explores what a traitor is: When Judas turned Jesus over to the Romans, was he really a traitor, or perhaps the most loyal follower of Jesus' ideals?
At the same time, Shmuel becomes preoccupied with the conflicting views of Gershom and Atalia on whether, in opposing the creation of the State of Israel in 1948, Shealtiel was a national traitor.
Introductory chapters consider the physical book, the images, the ritual and texts, the provenance of the Brother Haggadah, and the Shealtiel family.
I will take you, Zerubbabel my servant, the son of Shealtiel, says the Lord, and make of you a signet ring; for I have chosen you, declares the Lord of Hosts (Hag.
Other such typos include Shealtiet instead of Shealtiel (pp.
Our hopes for peace fell apart, " said university historian Eli Shealtiel, 56, as he dragged a small shopping cart piled with holiday groceries through Jerusalem's outdoor Mahane Yehuda market.
Shopper Eli Shealtiel, 56, said: "It has been a hard year.