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Jew Nobel Prize percentage

Nobel Prizes have been awarded to over 900 individuals, of whom at least 20% were Jews, although the Jewish population comprises less than 0.2% of the world’s population. Jews have been recipients of all six awards. The first Jewish recipient, Adolf von Baeyer, was awarded the prize in Chemistry in 1905. As of 2018, the  Full Article…

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Prophet (definition)

Prophet [from Latin propheta, from Greek prophetes (Doric prophatas) “an interpreter, spokesman,” mainly of God, “inspired preacher or teacher,” from pro “before” (from PIE root *per- “forward,” hence “in front of, before”) + root of phanai “to speak,” from PIE root *bha- “to speak, tell, say.”] The Greek word was used in Septuagint (LXX) for  Full Article…

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Palm Sunday: Historical Truth

Palm Sunday is a Christian moveable feast that falls on the Sunday before Easter. The feast commemorates Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, an event mentioned in each of the four canonical Gospels. In most liturgical churches Palm Sunday is celebrated by the blessing and distribution of palm branches or the branches of other native trees  Full Article…

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Bahira: The Christian Monk who recognized the prophecy in Mohammed

Bahira (Arabic: بحيرى‎, Classical Syriac: ܒܚܝܪܐ‎), or Sergius the Monk to the Latin West, was an Arab Ebionite, Nestorian or possibly gnostic nazir monk who, according to Islamic tradition, foretold to the adolescent Muhammad his future as a prophet. His name derives from the Syriac bḥīrā, meaning “tested (by GOD) and approved”. Islamic tradition The  Full Article…

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Canonical (definition)

Canonical adjective [noun] (from the Greek κανών, kanón, “rule”) belonging to a particular canon of reference. 1 Conforms to the rule, to tradition. Synonyms: authorized, accepted, approved, recognized. For example: follow the canonical procedure. 2 In conformity with the canons of the Catholic Church: canon law. 3 Referred to a Sacred Text, included in the  Full Article…

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Mary mother of Jesus: Quoted more times in the Quran than the New Testament

Mary (in Hebrew: מרים, Myrhiàm; Aramaic: Maryām; Greek: Μαριάμ Mariam, Μαρία / Μαρίη María; Arabic: مريم, Maryam), also called Mary of Nazareth, is the virgin mother of Jesus. Venerated both by Christians (for the Orthodox, Θεοτόκος Theotókos), its sanctity is however also recognized by the Anglican Communion, the Protestant confessions (Lutheran), but also substantially in  Full Article…

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