Moshe complained to God that even though he would have the best human understanding of the Divine will, he had difficulty bringing it down to regular people. That role-"turgaman/navi"-Aharon filled
Nahum of Elqosh predicted the fall of the Assyrian Empire and its capital Nineveh.
In a secret ceremony held Tuesday, officials inaugurated the site of King Solomon's coronation in the City of David.
Few chapters in the Jewish Bible have been used more vigorously and cleverly by Christian missionaries than this one, which happens to be a wonderful prophecy about the vindication of the Jewish nation.
On the face of it, the test is simple: if what the prophet predicts comes to pass, he is a true prophet; if not, not. Clearly, though, it was not that simple.
The Jewish Month of Adar is known as a time of change, reversals, bad to good, winter to spring.
Egyptians want an Islamic state.
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