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  • [[Image:TempleJerusalem.jpg|thumb|300px|A model of the Temple and its outer courtyard.]] ...and was to be the sole place of legitimate [[sacrificial offering]] to God in both [[Judah]] and [[Israel]].
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  • ...eption of the Ark of the Covenant, employing a Renaissance [[cassone]] for the Ark and [[cherubim]] as latter-day Christian [[angel]]s]] ...in 586 <small>B.C.E.</small> Many subsequent myths and legends arose about the Ark's potential whereabouts.
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  • ...ar Hérode le Grand.jpg|thumb|right|300px|The taking of Jerusalem by Herod the Great by Jean Fouquet]] ...lient-king in history. Herod is best known today from references to him in the [[Christianity|Christian]] [[Bible]].
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  • {{Infobox Settlement <!-- See Template:Infobox settlement for additional fields and descriptions -->
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  • ...Judaism, when these did not guarantee the safety, security and survival of the Jews. ...aith, the keeping of Christian [[slave]]s, and the holding of office under the government.
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  • ... Jewish conception of the divine nature, and of the relation of [[God]] to the [[Jewish]] people. ... [[Elohim]], usually translated as "[[God]]." Other biblical names for God include "[[El]]," "El Shaddai" (God Almighty), and "El Elyon," (God Most High)
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  • ...rist'', by Piero della Francesca, 1449. Here, John the Baptist is seen pouring water over Jesus' head.]] ...[[prophecy]] that [[Elijah]] would "come first" to usher in the arrival of the [[Messiah]] (Malachi 3:1).
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  • ...ritan.jpg|frame|"The Good Samaritan".<br />From a collection of public domain Christian clip art.]] ...''[[Gospel of Luke]]'' ({{bibleverse-nb||Luke|10:25-37|31}}). It is one of the most frequently quoted of [[Jesus of Nazareth|Jesus']] parables.
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  • ...thumb|230px|Daniel exposes the fraud of the priests of Bel to King [[Cyrus the Great|Cyrus.]] ]] ...gain into the famous lion's den, where he receives a miraculous visit from the Judean prophet, [[Habukkuk]].
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  • {{Infobox Saint |name=James the Just
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  • {{Infobox person | honorific_prefix ={{smaller|[[Prophets and messengers in Islam|Islamic prophet]]}}
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  • ... Cave of the Patriarchs.jpg|right|thumb|300px|The Enclosure of the Cave of the Patriarchs]] ...anguage|Arabic]]: الحرم الإبراهيمي) is a burial chamber for the early biblical Patriarchs ([[Adam]], [[Abraham]], [[Isaac]], and [[Jacob]])
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  • [[Image:Sedertable.jpg|250px|thumb|A Passover table setting]] ...th day of [[Nisan]] (on the [[Hebrew calendar]]), normally in the early spring.
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  • {{epname|Luke, Gospel According to}} {{Books of the New Testament}}
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  • {{Books of the Old Testament}} ... poems by different authors. This contention is supported by the fact that the book as received consists of five separate poems, each of which exists as a
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  • ...g|thumbnail|right|225px|The contemporary Baruch Hashem Messianic Synagogue in [[Dallas, Texas]].]] ... but continued to live as Jews. The second refers to a Jewish movement within contemporary Christianity.
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  • ...not known self-governance since 587 B.C.E. The Hasmoneans succeeded in winning back a considerable portion of [[Solomon]]'s old empire. ...until the creation of the modern State of Israel would the Jews again know independence.
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  • {{Infobox Holiday ... = Several chanukiyot (plural of [[chanukiyah]]) on the eighth night of the festival.
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  • ...:Nicodemus.jpg|thumb|130px|The Pharisee Nicodemus, a member of the Sandhedrin who defended Jesus of Nazareth]] ...d in the coming messianic age as taught by the [[prophet]]s—all of which the Sadducees tended to reject.
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  • [[Image:PLATE4DX.jpg|thumb|225px|The high priest ''([[kohen gadol]])'' assisted by [[Levites]]]] ...vites]],'' who also served in a priestly capacity, or as the assistants to the ''kohanim''.
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