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  • Understanding Of Ornament In The Italian Renaissance By Clare Lapraik Guest

    With Saul in particular, we have typology of the Antichrist and Christ side-by-side. Scripture says, “The women sang as they played, and said, ‘Saul has slain his thousands, And David his ten thousands.’” (1 Sam. 8:7) David here is a type of Christ who would later have His own triumphal entry into Jerusalem, riding on a donkey. (John 12:14-15) The foremost and consummate antichrist type in the Bible is Antiochus Epiphanes. In the book, “The Understanding of Ornament in the Italian Renaissance”, by Clare Lapraik Guest, the author states that his processions, “contained temporal allegories and robed statues of the gods plus mythological scenes.” In 168 B.C. he conquered Jerusalem and built an idol to the god, Jupiter in the Jewish temple. He then took a pig and slaughtered it on the idol. Christ linked the Antichrist to this very wicked person when he spoke of him; referencing Daniel the prophet (Mark 13:14). Antichrist, like Antiochus before him will also set up an idol in the future temple in Jerusalem and sacrifice to it. The Bible calls this act the Abomination of Desolation. The Bible also associates the Antichrist to another person — General Titus. In 70 A.D., he led an army against Jerusalem in a series of campaigns that led to the final complete destruction of Jerusalem in 130 A.D. Daniel says that the future Antichrist will be linked to the very people that destroyed Jerusalem (Daniel 9:26). The Arch of Titus in Rome celebrates General Titus victory. Wikipedia states,…

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  • Antichrist In Judaism

    The foremost and consummate antichrist type in the Bible is Antiochus Epiphanes. In the book, “The Understanding of Ornament in the Italian Renaissance”, author Clare Lapraik Guest, states that his processions, “contained temporal allegories and robed statues of the gods plus mythological scenes.” In 168 B.C. he conquered Jerusalem, and inside the Jewish temple, slaughtered a pig on an idol he built to the god, Jupiter. In referencing the Abomination of Desolation in the book of Daniel, Christ…

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  • Bolek Case Summary

    Plaintiff Joanne Bolek had been admitted to Ahuja Medial Center in early November 2013, for complications from congestive heart failure and fluid buildup in her kidneys. Upon discharge from Ahuja, Ms. Bolek was sent to defendant Menorah Park’s facility for rehabilitation. According to Ms. Bolek’s son, Peter Bolek, they sent Ms. Bolek to Menorah Park to have her regain her strength, “because she was very weak.” B. Admission to Menorah Park On November 22, 2013, Ms. Bolek was admitted to…

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  • Hanukkah: The Festival Of Lights

    of the Torah except three – idolatry, murder, and certain sexual immoralities – can be overridden to save a life." Before his death, Mattathias passed his leadership down to his son, Judah. Through his valor and honor to his father, Judah led his supports to victory as they defeated various armies sent to them by Antiochus. After their arrival back to Jerusalem, Judah, and his followers discovered the temple had been tarnished. They initiated the "purification" of the temple by destroying…

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  • Jewish Museum Analysis

    the Jewish people future. If the convenient were not made between Abraham and God, there would be no Jewish people. If the Babylonian exile never occurred there could be no Mishnah or Talmud, which is a foundational work for the Rabbinate. The menorah exhibit was a very new experience for me. I have never actually seen a real menorah before I’ve seen images of it, but never a physical one in front of me. In addition, I didn’t know there were different appearances for a menorah. I always…

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  • Essay On Holocaust Experience

    of us. We all walked around and were shown, the most very important element of the safe place, the Ark, which is a word-play game of the words "Aron Kodesh," otherwise know as the "holy cabinet". The Ark holds the Torah long, rolled-up written documents, and is mostly put in the front of the room, as a little thought after an event towards Jerusalem. These Long, rolled-up written documents contain the first five books of the Bible. Before and marginally over the Ark, we discovered the ner tamid,…

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  • Diversity Of Jewish Culture

    Judaism is a monotheistic faith based religion. They do not pray to statues or images, they pray directly to God. The rabbi, meaning teacher, is their spiritual leader. In addition, religious symbols of Jewish communities are the mezuzah that according to Purnell (2009), “A mezuzah is a small container with scripture inside used on the doorpost of the house or wear as a necklace. Other religious symbols include the Star of David, a six-pointed star that has been a symbol of the Jewish community,…

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  • Religion Pros And Cons

    forbid polygamy itself. It is important to distinguish between acknowledging and advocating various religions. One such case that defined this was Allegheny County v. ACLU. A crèche, or nativity scene, had been donated to the city and placed on the staircase of the County Courthouse, which, according to billofrightsinstitute.org, was “the county’s seat of government.” Above the scene was a banner that said Gloria in Excelsis Deo, or “Glory to God in the highest.” A menorah and a Christmas tree…

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  • Essay On Ancient Hebrew God

    I wonder if this is because they viewed the scriptures and the Ten commandments the only representation needed to express their sacred religion or because when the Hebrews wandered for forty years looking for the Promised Land of “milk and honey” creating arts of those years seemed unimportant. The only religious art depicted in the book is the Menorahs and Ark of the Covenant which is a wall painting in a Jewish catacomb. Since this work of art is located underground it also lead me to believe…

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  • Music In Yann Martel's Life Of Pi

    Music can have a huge influence over a child’s academic life. The author of Life of Pi, Yann Martel feels that the arts can have an influence over a person’s imagination. Martel feels that “If we citizens do not support the arts, then we sacrifice our imagination...” (xi). Music has the ability to spark memories of times someone has had with his or her families and friends. A song played during the holiday season can bring back memories of something as simple as decorating a Christmas tree or…

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