Tanach


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Tanach

(tā`năk), variant of TaanachTaanach
or Tanach
, in the Bible, royal city of Canaan, central ancient Palestine, the modern Tell Ti'innik, West Bank, SE of Megiddo. Sisera was defeated here by Deborah and Barak. Remains dating from about the 26th cent. B.C. were excavated (1901–4) here.
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Sheps to YFG (Judson), February 22, 1939, box 14, folder "Tanach Subsc.--Yid.
I think the Tanach influenced his songwriting enormously.
(13) And the rabbis know the Talmud better than the Tanach [Hebrew Bible]!
This lovely retort by Elan put me in mind of a very dramatic and serious story in the Biblical book of 1 Kings 21 ff that is familiar to most Jewish and non-Jewish students of the Tanach. King Ahab and his villainous wife Jezebel coveted a vineyard near their palace owned by a man named Navot.
In this way, He is a projection of our own sense of self, and since the times of the Tanach, we have seen ourselves, like Yahweh, as being ultimately unknowable.
The book's scope and thus limitation, is of the biblical God of the Hebrew Bible (with the proper explanations for why that term in an inter-religious context can be as unsatisfying as Old Testament or Tanach).
5 at Tanach Chapel at Mount Sinai Memorial Parks and Mortuaries in Hollywood Hills, Calif.
"The ArtScroll English Tanach: The Jewish Bible with Insights from Classic Rabbinic Thought" is not only a contemporary English translation of the Hebrew Scripture from the Masoretic Text but contains a commentary with insights gleaned from 2,000 years of rabbinic thought.
(As a vision, it has certain affinities to the prophetic visions of the Tanach and of the Book of Revelation.) The poem can also be considered an elaboration and expansion of the classical epic's visit-to-Hades episode (Odyssey, Bk.
A interpretacao de Josefo, (5) assentada na tradicao profetica da TaNaCH, reservou para os romanos o papel de instrumentos divinos, dignos de figurar na historia judaica como estruturas punitivas.
Tanach: Volume I: the Torah (NY Mesorah 2004, edited by R.
Tanach (Hebrew Scriptures) is stringent in its prohibition of idolatry, but we should also pay attention both to the debates in Avodah Zarah about one's comportment with forms of idolatry as well as Rabbi Akiva's pronouncement in the Jerusalem Talmud's Sanhedrin (approx.