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Bible
Definitionby Joshua J. Mark

Bible

The Bible takes its name from the Latin Biblia ('book' or 'books') which comes from the Greek Ta Biblia ('the books') traced to the Phoenician port city of Gebal, known as Byblos to the Greeks. Writing became associated with Byblos as an...
Passover in the Hebrew Bible
Articleby William Brown

Passover in the Hebrew Bible

Passover is a Jewish festival celebrated since at least the 5th century BCE, typically associated with the tradition of Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt. According to historical evidence and modern-day practice, the festival was...
Moses
Definitionby Joshua J. Mark

Moses

Moses (c. 1400 BCE) is considered one of the most important religious leaders in world history. He is claimed by the religions of Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Bahai as an important prophet of God and the founder of monotheistic belief...
Nehushtan
Definitionby April Lynn Downey

Nehushtan

According to the Bible, Nehushtan was a metal serpent mounted on a staff that Moses had made, by God's command, to cure the Israelites of snake bites while wandering in the desert. The symbol of snakes on a staff or pole is a motif that is...
Abraham, the Patriarch
Definitionby John S. Knox

Abraham, the Patriarch

In Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, Abraham is a venerated patriarch whose relationship with God provides the foundational story for God's beneficial relationship with humanity. According to biblical tradition (and some say myth), Abraham...
Christianity
Definitionby John S. Knox

Christianity

Christianity is a monotheistic, deontological, grass-roots, Jewish sectarian movement that focuses upon the life, teachings, and mission of Jesus of Nazareth (also known as Jesus the Christ). It began in Jerusalem in Judea in the 1st century...
Tyndale Bible
Imageby Steve Bennett

Tyndale Bible

A detail of a Tyndale Bible, the first English translations of that work, carried out by William Tyndale (c. 1494–1536). (Bodleian Library, University of Oxford)
John Wycliffe with the Bible
Imageby Ford Madox Brown

John Wycliffe with the Bible

John Wycliffe reading his translation of the Bible to John of Gaunt, oil on canvas painting by Ford Madox Brown between 1847 and 1861. Bradford Art Galleries and Museums, Bradford.
Asherah
Definitionby April Lynn Downey

Asherah

Asherah is a Hebrew word for what was either a goddess or a cultic object or perhaps both. Although many see evidence for Asherah being an individual goddess known to the Israelites, some scholars believe that the context of the word primarily...
Which Bible Characters are Historical
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Which Bible Characters are Historical

An explanation of the historicity (or lack thereof) of important figures from the Bible. CREDITS: Script/Narration: Matt Baker https://usefulcharts.com/ Animation: Syawish Rehman & Jack Rackam Intro music: "Lord of the Land" by Kevin MacLeod...
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