Hadassah is the Hebrew name of Esther, who saved the Jews in the Purim story from Haman's genocidal plot, as recorded in the biblical Book of Esther. Hadassah means "myrtle tree." (variations: Hadas, Hadasa, Dassa, Dassi) Hadar הדר Hadar means "splendid, ornamented, beautiful." Hinda הינדה Hinda is Yiddish for "deer."
Warfare represents a special category of biblical violence and is a topic the Bible addresses, directly and indirectly, in four ways: there are verses that support pacifism, and verses that support non-resistance; 4th century theologian Augustine found the basis of just war in the Bible, and preventive war which is sometimes called crusade has also been supported using Bible texts.
religion: [noun] the state of a religious. the service and worship of God or the supernatural. commitment or devotion to religious faith or observance.
The Song of Deborah is found in Judges 5:2–31 and is a victory hymn, sung by Deborah and Barak, about the defeat of Canaanite adversaries by some of the tribes of Israel. Biblical scholars generally identified the Song as one of the oldest parts of the Bible, dating somewhere in the 12th century BC, based on its grammar and context.
The Hebrew alphabet. The name is derived from the first two letters of the alefbet. Alef-Beyz (AH-lef BAYS) The Yiddish alphabet. The name is derived from the first two letters of the alef-beyz. Aleinu (ah-LAY-noo) A prayer recited at or near the end of every prayer service. See Jewish Liturgy. Aliyah (uh-LEE-uh; ah-lee-AH) Lit. ascension.
This peculiarity of the Hebrew tongue has been a source of confusion to many Bible students, and has not been explained in many Bible helps that have been published. This is also a reason for much apparent disparity among the authors of Bible helps wherein only a one-word definition is given: some have taken one acceptation while others have ...
Strong's Number H2320 matches the Hebrew חֹדֶשׁ (ḥōḏeš), which occurs 283 times in 224 verses in the WLC Hebrew . Page 1 / 5 (Gen 7:11–Num 20:1)