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, bless Divine favor and approval; blessing is a mark of God’s grace and evidence of his protecting and prospering presence; in return people can bless God as a display of gratitude for his goodness. Judaism follows a lunar calendar adjusted every three years or so to the solar cycle (by adding a second twelfth month)—thus “lunisolar.” The oldest Jewish annual observances are Passover/pesah, Shevuot, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot; other ancient celebrations include Rosh Hashanah, Simhat Torah, Hannukah, and Purim.

In general, Christianity operates on a solar calendar based on the relationship between the sun and the earth (365.25 days per year); the main Christian observances are Easter, Pentecost, and Christmas. then this is the penalty”; also called casuistic law, this type of legal formulation contrasts with absolute law.

The final book of the Christian New Testament is sometimes called (in accord with its Greek title) “the Apocalypse” (it is also known as “the book of Revelation”).

(P1, 1, 2, 3, 5) What has been brought into being; the Hebrew Bible attributes the Creation of the world to Israel’s God.

The classic descriptions of the Creation are found in Genesis 1 and 2, but there are many other allusions to the Creation found in Israel’s Psalms and in prophetic literature.

(16) Old Testament, intertestamental Jewish, and early Christian literature that consists predominantly of apocalypses; this literature is often pseudepigraphic; Daniel 7–12 is apocalyptic literature. apocryphal; from Greek for “to hide, to cover”) It is used in a technical sense to refer to certain Jewish books written in the Hellenistic– Roman period that came to be included in the Old Greek Jewish scriptures (and thus also in the Eastern Christian biblical canon) and in the Latin Vulgate Roman Catholic canon, but not in the Jewish or Protestant biblical canons; they are called deutero-canonical books in the Roman Catholic tradition.

(P3, C) (Aramea, Aram-naharaim, Padan-Aram) The territory north and east of Palestine where Abraham’s ancestors had settled and from where the wives of Isaac and Jacob came; roughly the region of modern northern Syria and northwestern Iraq.