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"Amen" is a Biblical Hebrew word: אמן. It is a word simply meaning "may it be so." It has nothing to do with the word "man" or "woman" because it is FROM HEBREW. This is some of the dumbest s*** I have ever seen in my life.

The Missouri congressman concluded his prayer in congress today with “a-men, a-women”, an attempt to be “woke inclusive”. But the word amén has nothing to do with gender. It comes from the Biblical Hebrew meaning “so be it” and was adopted by Latin and subsequently used by..1/3

The seed of the Hebrew Bible the Pilgrims and Puritans planted would flourish with American freedom, and the story of biblical Israel would become associated with the Revolution itself. Read the full article: The 1620 Project#1620  #Mayflower 

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The idea of using Abraham – as opposed to any other biblical character – is that he is mutually respected by all faiths. In Hebrew, he is Avraham; in Islam, Ibrahim; and in Christianity, Abraham. Analysis by @MaayanJaffe 

The seed of the Hebrew Bible the Pilgrims and Puritans planted would flourish with American freedom, and the story of biblical Israel would become associated with the Revolution itself. Read the full article: The 1620 Project#1620  #Mayflower 

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A rabbi & a cantor walk into a Passover plague.... My sabbath story about Rabbi Don Goor and Cantor Evan Kent confronting the "magefa"— the Biblical word for pestilence, which in modern-day Hebrew means pandemic.

My latest: A rabbi & a cantor confront the "magefa"— the Biblical word for plague, or pestilence, which in modern-day Hebrew means pandemic. #coronavirus 

Recently found Hebrew inscription may shed light on real borders of biblical ancient Israel

Bible scholars claim discovered ‘ancient Hebrew inscriptions’ reveal Biblical mount Sinai’s location

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The splendidly illuminated Lisbon Bible includes all 24 books of the Hebrew Bible. Samuel the Scribe copied the biblical text in an elegant square script while the sumptuous decorations were created by a team of skilled artists #BLTreasures  #HebrewProject 

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The first Hebrew novel appeared early in the nineteenth century, but the language was stilted and biblical. Within a century, Hebrew had become a supple, living language—and Amos Oz was one of its most prominent writers.

#Passover in 14th-century CE Catalonia: this splendid Golden Haggadah (Add MS 27210) owes its name to a rich series of biblical scenes on gleaming backgrounds of gold leaf and was produced by a Hebrew scribe and an unknown team of artists around 1320 CE

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Defiant speeding MP: "What I do know is that I am in good biblical company along with Joseph, Moses, Daniel and his three Hebrew friends who were each found guilty by the courts of their day."

Netanyahu concludes with quoting the biblical Moses, in Hebrew, then in English: "Be strong and resolute. Neither fear nor dread them."

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