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... and not by faith only, curiously chooses the same example ( James 2:25 ). Jewish tradition ...whether there was a tradition identifying (1) and (2); see Lightfoot, Horae Hob on Matthew 1:5 .... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/rahab.htm
... fled from his brothers, and lived in the land of Tob: and there were gathered vain fellows...with "the vain fellows" who joined him. Here the elders of Gilead found him, when, reduced to dire... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/tob.htm
... of woolen stuffs. In 497 B.C. Aristagoras, ex-despot of Miletus, tried to settle there, and a second vain ... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/amphipolis.htm
... about and probably, therefore, a public place of execution. This tradition apparently originates with Jerome...in the human body." It is true that the tradition embodied in the name Mons Calvary appears as early...in the ordinance survey map of Jerusalem. (3) That the name is due to an ancient pre-Christian tradition ... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/place_of_the_skull.htm
... were to be found lying about and probably, therefore, a public place of execution. This tradition ...to the place of the head in the human body." It is true that the tradition embodied in the name Mons...to an ancient pre-Christian tradition that the skull of Adam was found there. The first mention... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/the_place_of_the_skull.htm
... therefore, a public place of execution. This tradition apparently originates with Jerome (346-420 A.D.),...It is true that the tradition embodied in the name Mons Calvary appears as early as the 4th...survey map of Jerusalem. (3) That the name is due to an ancient pre-Christian tradition that the skull... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/golgotha.htm
... of a suitable tree. The one site which has a claim on grounds other than tradition is that called...the name has not much to commend it. Tradition has centered round three different sites at various...periods: (1) The modern tradition points to a magnificent oak (Quercus ilex, Arabic Sindian), 1 1/2 miles... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/valley_of_eshcol.htm
... which has a claim on grounds other than tradition is that called Khirbet and `Ain Nimreh (literally, the "ruin"...word. The site is a possible one, but, beyond this, the name has not much to commend it. Tradition ...has centered round three different sites at various periods: (1) The modern tradition points... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/valley_of_hebron.htm
... The one site which has a claim on grounds other than tradition is that called Khirbet and `Ain Nimreh...to commend it. Tradition has centered round three different sites at various periods: (1) The modern... tradition points to a magnificent oak (Quercus ilex, Arabic Sindian), 1 1/2 miles West-Northwest... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/mamre.htm
... in the way to Ephrath (the same is Beth-lehem)." Tradition points out the site of Rachel's tomb...that was by the gate, and took it, and brought it to David" ( 2 Samuel 23:14, 16 ). Tradition still points...founded a basilica over the cave-stable which tradition pointed out as the scene of the birth,... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/recah.htm
... buried in the way to Ephrath (the same is Beth-lehem)." Tradition points out the site of Rachel's...that was by the gate, and took it, and brought it to David" ( 2 Samuel 23:14, 16 ). Tradition still points...founded a basilica over the cave-stable which tradition pointed out as the scene of the birth,... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/lehem.htm
... 48:7 it is recorded that Rachel "was buried in the way to Ephrath (the same is Beth-lehem)." Tradition ...23:14, 16 ). Tradition still points out the well. From this town came those famous "sons of Zeruiah,"...before 132 A.D. Constantine (circa 330) founded a basilica over the cave-stable which tradition pointed... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/bethlehem_2.htm
... is uncertain. Sheep "pool" or "place" is at least as probable; the tradition about the "troubling... Tradition has varied concerning the site. In the 4th century, and probably down to the Crusades,...not certainly located, but tradition places it at the ruined pool inside, and just s. of St. Stephen's gate. Strong's Greek G964: B�thesda Bethesda, a pool in Jer.... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/bethesda.htm
... the KIDRON (which see) valley has been named the Valley of Jehoshaphat. The tradition is now...and Jewish graves. A worthless tradition indicates the tomb of Jehoshaphat himself close... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/valley_of_jehoshaphat.htm
... Masterman GETHSEM'ANE, "oil press", according to tradition it is e. of the Kidron about 100 yds....and at the foot of Mt. of Olives. This tradition can be traced back to about 400 Asher Dan A wall... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/gethsemane.htm
... of Palestine. Tradition supports such a site. Josephus says "Uz founded Trachonitis and Damascus"...(Ant., I, vi, 4). Arabian tradition places the scene of Job s sufferings in the Hauran at Deir Eiyub... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/uz.htm
... of Jehoshaphat and his vassal, the king of Edom, attempted to recover his rights, but in vain ( 2 Kings 3... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/israel.htm
... to tradition it was founded by Shammir, one of the Sabean kings, and for a long time served as the royal... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/sephar.htm
... during two years to recapture it, but all in vain until the arrival of Richard Coeur de Lion... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/acco.htm
... from the South, crossed the Jabbok after leaving Mahanaim. It is therefore vain to search for the site... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/mahanaim.htm
... (the same is Beth-lehem)." Tradition points out the site of Rachel's tomb near where the road...and brought it to David" ( 2 Samuel 23:14, 16 ). Tradition still points out the well. From this town...over the cave-stable which tradition pointed out as the scene of the birth, and his church, unchanged... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/bethlehem.htm
... attempted to recover Rhodes, but in vain. Finally, however, success crowned the efforts of the Greeks... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/rhodes.htm
... of Luke 24:13 , a village 60 furlongs (stadia) from Jerusalem. Early Christian tradition appears... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/emmaus.htm
... a village 60 furlongs (stadia) from Jerusalem. Early Christian tradition appears to have identified... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/road_to_emmaus.htm
... and camped near Gerizim at the oak of Moreh ( Genesis 12:6 ). According to Samaritan tradition ...Near the center of the plateau is a bare piece of rock, on which, tradition says, the altar stood... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/mount_gerizim.htm
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