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Bethel harstad


bethel harstad

the place was Luz, a Canaanite name. Bethel is next mentioned in connection with the tenth king of Israel, Jehu (c.842-815 BC). Society of Biblical Literature. It appears that there was a Philistine garrison there at that time. At the next mention of the Ark, in 1 Samuel 4:3, it is said to be kept at Shiloh. Bethel is mentioned again in the book of Joshua 7:2, 8:9 as being close to Ai and on the west side of it; in this episode Joshua sent men from Jericho to capture. Another account, from Genesis 35 6 repeats the covenant with God and the naming of the place (as El-Bethel and makes this the site of Jacob's own change of name to Israel. King James Bible A few years later the prophet Hosea (10:15) (8th century BC) speaks of the "wickedness" of Bethel (at least according to modern translations) and Jeremiah (48:13) (6th century BC) speaks of the "shame" which it brought on Israel. The Social Roots of Biblical Yahwism, Part.

Bethel harstad
bethel harstad

Bethel is mentioned in Ezra 2:28 and Nehemiah 7:32 as being resettled at the time of the return of the exiles from Babylon. He based this assessment on its fitting the location described in earlier texts, and on the philological similarities between the modern and ancient name, arguing that the replacement of the Hebrew el with the Arabic in was not unusual. It is first mentioned in Genesis 12 and 13, 4 as a place near where Abram stayed and built an altar on his way to Egypt and on his return.

At Judges 20:18, where the Hebrew Beth-El is translated in the King James Version as the 'House of God the people of Israel go to Bethel to ask counsel of God when they are planning to attack the Benjaminites at the battle of Gibeah. It seems that this action provoked the hostility of the Judaeans. It is said to be close to Hai ( Ai ) and just to the west. In the book of Judges 1:22 ff the descendants of Joseph capture the city of Bethel, which again is said to have previously been called Luz. 3 Ten years after the Six-Day War, the biblical name was applied to an Israeli settlement Beit El constructed adjacent to Beitin. 2 Josephus tells us that Bethel was captured by Vespasian. Later, when Elisha returned alone to Bethel, he is said to have been taunted by some young men (not 'young boys' as it is translated in some English Bibles) as he climbed up to the shrine, broderigarn oslo and cursed them; whereupon 42 of the young men. A story is told at 1 Kings 13:1 ff of how a man from Judah visited the shrine at Bethel and prophesied that it would eventually be destroyed by Josiah. Bethel is mentioned several times in Genesis. A b c Robinson and Smith, 1856,. This was apparently to make it unnecessary for the people of Israel to have to go to Jerusalem to worship in the temple there.


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