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A chant of praise derived from Psalms 113-118 and used in the celebration of Jewish holidays such as Passover, Shabuoth, Sukkoth, Hanukkah, and Rosh Hodesh. The priests chanted these praises in the Temple while the Passover lamb was being slain, which is sometimes called the "Egyptian Hallel." The praise songs were also sung by the Levite priests in chanted verse by verse, and the worshippers would repeat the verses or sing Hallelujahs in response.
“This [is] the day [which] the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it” (Psalm 118:24) is a hallel of Christian tradition in celebration and praise, especially during the beginning of Holy Week on Palm Sunday, as the Faithful remember Jesus Christ's Messianic entrance into Jerusalem as our King.
The study of the doctrine of sin
Words that only appear once in the Bible, without any certain meaning or translation
A ancient Roman religious official who examined the entrails of sacrificial animals to pronounce and interpret omens.
The holy language of the Jews is the earliest recorded Semitic language that all other semitic formed languages (Amharic, Arabic, Aramaic, Akkadian, Ge'ez, Hebrew, Ethiopic, Phoenician, Maltese, Tigre, Tigrinya and others) are based. The Torah is written in Biblical Hebrew and it was one of the languages spoken at the time of Jesus Christ. A modern form of Hebrew is currently spoken by Israelites, and has been used in prayer and study throughout Jewish communities for over two thousand years.
The history of salvation
Person who spoke Greek and conducted life in a Greek way, but were without Greek ancestry
The art and science of Biblical interpretation. Modern approaches include:
Textual Criticism - Attempts to evaluate text as close as possible to the original texts of the manuscript copies of the Bible books.
Historical Criticism - Analyzes written works with the measure of time and place, the place of composition and where it was written.
Source Criticism - Tries to determine other sources used by the author to write the biblical document.
Form Criticism - Identifies the original setting and attempts to isolate and identify the type of source of the information.
Redaction Criticism - Determines the premise (reason) that the author writes.
Literary Criticism - Interested in the text as a unit, approaches include examining the narrative through plots, themes, characters and nuances of text, rhetorical approaches with an examination of arguments within the text, or other specialty criticisms based upon specific interests like feminism, third-world, non-American, or structure variances.
A Jewish sect and political party, who embraced the worldly life and social customs of Roman occupation in Israel, supported the Herodian rulers in their government. Orthodox Jews thought them to be compromisers because they recognized the rights of Rome and cooperated with Roman authorities, a stance shared with the Sadducees.