exile in Babylon

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  • Some day the exiles in Babylon will return to the old country. Cited from Hebrew Life and Times, by Harold B. Hunting
  • However during, or before, the exile in Babylon ideas of activity of the dead in Sheol began to enter Judaism.
  • We have seen how the exiles in Babylon began to come together on the Sabbath days to study the law and other sacred writings, and also for prayer. Cited from Hebrew Life and Times, by Harold B. Hunting
  • His treatment of the Jews during their exile in Babylon after Nebuchadnezzar II destroyed Jerusalem is reported in the Bible.
  • In the 500s BCE, Israelites were carried into exile in Babylon on more than one occasion.
  • After the return of Jewish refugees from their exile in Babylon, some argue that the Torah was central to Jewish life at home and abroad.
  • From the references in the contemporary writers it is possible to gain a reasonably definite idea regarding the environment of the Jewish exiles in Babylon. Cited from The Makers and Teachers of Judaism, by Charles Foster Kent
  • Not the native of Judaea, but the man who could trace his descent from the exiles in Babylon, was reckoned as belonging to their community. Cited from Prolegomena, Julius Wellhausen
  • Ancestor of a family of Judah who returned with Zerubbabel from Exile in Babylon.
  • In the story of Belshazzar's Feast, the Jews are in exile in Babylon.
  • Describe the life of the exiles in Babylon. Cited from Hebrew Life and Times, by Harold B. Hunting
  • The most popular view is that the first Jews made their way to southern Georgia after Nebuchadnezzar's conquest of Jerusalem in 586 BCE and exile in Babylon.
  • Most necessary as these are to us, yet they do not belong to the helps ministered to us by the church; they belong to us each as individuals, and in these respects we must be in the same state everywhere: these were enjoyed by the Jews even in their exile in Babylon. Cited from The Christian Life, by Thomas Arnold
  • What the IH proposal explains, which LBH does not, is the Aramaisms (and other features) that appear in texts that many scholars would consider antedated the period of exile in Babylon.
  • He was an Exilarch, head of the Jewish exile in Babylon, during the days of Judah haNasi who contemporaneously was active in the Land of Israel, during the fifth generation of the Tannaim.
  • The exile in Babylon had a dreary desert, peopled by wild Arab tribes hostile to him, stretching between his present home and that where he desired to be, and it would be difficult for him to get away from the dominion that held him captive, unless by consent of the power of whom he was the vassal. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture: Psalms, Maclaren
  • The Prayer of Manasseh presents itself as a prayer from the wicked, but now penitent, king Manasseh (or Manassas) from his exile in Babylon.
  • Thus, by 586 BCE much of Judah was devastated, the royal family, the priesthood, and the scribes - the country's elite - were in exile in Babylon, and the former kingdom suffered a steep decline of both economy and population.
  • The verse is in reference to the return of the Jews from their exile in Babylon in which the Jews shall no longer be called Forsaken, but Hephzibah (My Delight Is in Her), and Jerusalem shall no longer be called Desolate, but Beulah (Married).
  • Don and Roy get into a heated discussion about advertising and capitalism, but are silenced when Midge's friend takes the stage and performs a song about the Jews' exile in Babylon (the song Babylon by Don McLean).