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Lucius Annaeus Seneca the Younger (c. 4 BC – AD 65), usually known as Seneca, was a Roman Stoic philosopher, statesman, and playwright of the post-Augustan age of Latin literature. De Tranquillitate Animi (The tranquility of the soul) is a Latin work of the philosopher in the form of a
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Book of Baruch
The Book of Baruch (also called 1Baruch) is a deuterocanonical Book of the Bible in some Christian traditions. In Judaism and Protestant Christianity, it is not considered part of the canon, with Protestant Bibles classifying it as part of the biblical apocrypha. It is named after Baruch ben Neriah, the
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Mesha Stele: the oldest inscription about tetragrammaton
The Moabite Stone, also known as the Mesha Stone, contains an ancient inscription of Mesha, the king of Moab dating back to the late ninth century B.C., whose elements correspond to the events narrated in the Hebrew Bible. The story refers to the place corresponds to a kingdom located in
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In Judaism, the Seven Laws of Noah (Hebrew: שבע מצוות בני נח‎, Sheva Mitzvot B’nei Noach), otherwise referred to as the Noahide Laws, are a set of imperatives which, according to the Talmud, were given by GOD as a binding set of universal moral laws for the “sons of Noah”,
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The earthquake in Galilee in 363 A.D. and the impact on the Temple
The earthquake of 363 shook Galilee and its neighboring regions between May 18th and 19th, with such a strong intensity that it also caused repercussions in the religious and political scenario in the Holy Land. May, that was the penultimate month of the reign of the Roman Emperor Julian (361
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Quran 2, 155 GOD is He besides Whom there is no god, the Everliving, the Self-subsisting by Whom all subsist; slumber does not overtake Him nor sleep; whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth is His; who is he that can intercede with Him but by
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Proverbs are a wonderful way to gain insight into the lives of other cultures. Through proverbs, we can see how much common philosophy is shared across cultures. Meanwhile, proverbs demonstrate the uniqueness of a particular culture. Arabic proverbs and aphorisms have absorbed the wisdom accumulated over centuries with the experience
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Italy is moving towards its first law on hate crimes against LGBT people, trying to pass a law that punishes discrimination and hate crimes against LGBT people. But the law written by Alessandro Zan, deputy and activist of the PD in Italy, is creating a lot of tension between State
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What is Alevism and what we learn from the Alevis
Alevism worship and attribute deities to Ali, grandson and son-in-law of the Prophet Mohammed, and for this reason, Alevis have often been classified as Shiite Muslims. However, the Alevis claim that their religion is different from Islam, and that this faith developed in Anatolia, is based on shamanic and Zoroastrian
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The Rosary: Christianity and Islam in comparison
When times turn out to be challenging, true believers stand out in perseverance and forbearance against those who become instead stressed and depressed. And while people of other cultures and faiths take medicine and tranquilizers, the true Christian and Muslim is probably rummaging in their pockets and pulling out a
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A collection of Jewish proverbs that express the wisdom, but also the characteristic humor of this people. The Yiddish (or Judeo-German) is a Germanic language spoken by Jews originating in Eastern Europe, and which has its roots in the culture of Ashkenazi Jews (developed in the tenth century in the
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Cyrus II of Persia: The Non-Jewish Messiah
Many people do not know that in the Bible‘s history there was a non-Jewish Messiah, Cyrus II of Persia, known as “The Great”, an emperor who managed to influence the most important cultures in history and to reach our days as an example of charismatic and fair leader. From the
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At least 44 people were killed yesterday Thursday, April 29, and 150 people were injured overnight after large crowds gathered at a religious ceremony at Mount Meron for the Lag Ba’omer holiday. Rescue operations are still underway this morning to evacuate the tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews who had
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There is nothing more powerful than a prayer made by the righteous to invoke the justice of the FATHER and the defeat of the enemy. Psalm 17 can be considered the prayer of the righteous who invoke Divine intervention in their lives (vv. 1-7). The believer is not exempt from
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The Last Seven Words of Jesus
Christians today celebrate Good Friday, and throughout the World this day is observed to commemorate the suffering of the crucifixion of Jesus the Christ. The Friday before Easter is a solemn day, observed by many Christians as a day of fasting, prayers and religious services, also in preparation for Easter,
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