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  Israelites, Christian  Israelite Network Books: Torah & Tanach In Ancient Hebrew, The Bible Truth, by Robert ...
For example, The 1980 Jewish Almanac's first chapter entitled “Identity Crisis” begins with the following admission: “Strictly speaking, it is incorrect to call an ancient Israelite a 'Jew' or to call a contemporary Jew an 'Israelite' or a 'Hebrew.'” This fact is confirmed by several other Jewish sources and individual Jews.
As stated, the Bible declares that there would be Israelite impostors; these impostors have inadvertently or deliberately identified themselves by their own writings.
Their leaders also give the impression of being the authority on the Bible, distorting the history, culture and spirituality of the true original Hebrew Israelites; who are the Blacks, the American Indians, Latino Hispanics, the Aborigines of the pacific, and the dispersed remnant among the Asiatic nations.
www.israelite.net   (1369 words)

  DOA - Koby Israelite - Orobas: Book of Angels, Vol. 4
Though Israelite’s own work is by no means sub-par, the intense and complex nature of Zorn’s compositions test his musical abilities in a way he perhaps has been afraid to test himself.
Never before have Israelite’s performances on any one of the slew of instruments in his arsenal been so breathtaking and spellbinding, and never before have all of Israelite’s favorite influences and genres meshed into such a cohesive and consistently entertaining album.
Israelite brings all of the usual constituents of his unique musical brew to Orobas: classical piano, jazz drumming, metal riffage, and a dash of klezmer chutzpa.
www.adequacy.net /review.php?reviewID=7090   (857 words)

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According to the Bible, the Israelites were the descendants of the children of Jacob, later known as Israel.
Whatever the historical origin of the Israelite tribes, they had a distinct identity as recently as 722 BC, when the Assyrians conquered the northern Kingdom of Israel and sent its populace into exile.
Most descendants of the Israelite tribes are not Jewish; over the last two millennia the Jewish kingdom of Israel was destroyed, and hundreds of thousands of its citizens were taken away into slavery or killed.
wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/i/is/israelite.html   (1235 words)

 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Israelite   (Site not responding. Last check: )
An Israelite is a member of the Twelve Tribes of Israel, descended from the twelve sons of the Biblical patriarch Jacob who was renamed Israel by God in the book of Genesis, 32:28.
Many Israelites from the northern Kingdom of Israel fled to the southern Kingdom of Judah, and likewise portions of Judah went with Israel.
LDS Israelite belief is not strictly ethnic, and as such, Latter-day Saints do not consider themselves to be Jews, but rather as "Israelites" of many different cultures occasionally including Jews.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /Israelite   (1676 words)

 Israelite Religion to Judaism: the Evolution of the Religion of Israel by David Steinberg
Israelite Religion to Judaism: the Evolution of the Religion of Israel by David Steinberg
Israelite Religion to Judaism: the Evolution of the Religion of
  It was clear to Canaanites and Israelites that rainfall was sent by the divine powers and the god who could provide rain, as well as the god or gods who assured human and animal fecundity would be the key object(s) of worship in the subsistence farming communities where almost all Israelites and Canaanites lived.
www.adath-shalom.ca /israelite_religion.htm   (899 words)

 Origins of Ancient Israelite Religion Collection (8 volumes)
The main festivals are discussed and there are chapters on the Sabbath and the new moon, the sabbatical year and the year of jubilee, and the calendar.
This striking new contribution to gender studies demonstrates the essential role of Israelite and Near Eastern law in the historical analysis of gender.
The view of ancient Israelite religion as monotheistic has long been traditional in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, religions that have elaborated in their own way the biblical image of a single male deity.
www.logos.com /products/prepub/details/2889   (1495 words)

According to the Hebrew Bible, the Israelites were the descendants of the sons of Jacob, later known as Israel.
Whatever the historical origin of the Israelite tribes, each tribe had a distinct identity inherited from one's father as recently as 722 BCE, when the Assyrians conquered the northern Kingdom of Israel and sent its populace into exile.
This usage was adopted in secular Jewish writing of Hungary in the 1920s and 1930s; Stephen Roth writes, "The word 'Israelite' denoted only religious affiliation and was free from the ethnic or national conotation attached to the word 'Jew', which Jews in Hungary therefore regarded almost as a derogatory term.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Israelite   (1611 words)

 CD Review: Koby Israelite / Dance of the Idiots
Israelite creates not a new unified style, but instead a hip hop pastiche of Jewish identity and incredible music.
By treating each song as a "sample" of the world music around him, Israel is staking a claim to the vast territory that defines "Jewish", or at least, his musical world, some of which includes "Jewish," whatever that is.
This mix of British and Israeli music thoughts seems incredibly fertile in Israelite's hands (or programming fingers, as the case may be).
www.klezmershack.com /bands/israelite/dance/israelite.dance.html   (377 words)

 Ancient Israelite Marriage Customs
Yet the Israelites "never went so far as the Muhammadan poet who says that mothers of mankind are only 'vessels' which receive the children without leaving any impress on them" (Pedersen, p.
And since they worshipped foreign gods the Israelites were not to imitate them in any respect.
Thus, in Israel the practice was to marry within the tribe -- and if that was not possible, then within the larger tribal confederation (Num 36:10ff).
www.theology.edu /marriage.htm   (1060 words)

 Israelite Kings Date Chart
There are other chronologies of the Israelite kings that differ in some details, e.g., that of J. Maxwell Miller in Harper's Bible Dictionary.
All of these factors make figuring a chronology of the Israelite kings much less precise than we are accustomed.
The purpose here is not to solve the historical debates but to provide a general relative time frame of Old Testament events for the purposes of biblical interpretation.
www.cresourcei.org /israelitekings.html   (247 words)

 The Rise and Fall of the Ancient Israelite States — www.greenwood.com
Nonetheless and despite all the problems encountered in dealing with the biblical texts, the history of the ancient Israelite states that can be derived from them has much to offer a student of politics.
He demonstrates that the ancient Israelite states were confronted by virtually every political dilemma, domestic and international, encountered by states and governments throughout the subsequent history of the world.
The way they dealt with the issues, successfully or otherwise, is highly instructive and relevant to the complex issues faced by states and governments today.
www.greenwood.com /catalog/C8012.aspx   (247 words)

 Israelite House of David - Reading Materials
Books by the Seventh Messenger along with the "Shiloh Messenger of Wisdom" Newsletter -- are entirely devoted to Benjamin's writings as well as the Ingathering and Restoration of Israel, are available through the Israelite House of David.
Filled with fl and white photos, HOUSE OF DAVID: BASEBALL TEAM -- by Terry Bertolino and Joel Hawkins, recounts the exploits of the Israelite House of David baseball team, a group of bearded barnstormers originally from a devout religious sect in Michigan.
Interestingly enough, the House of David played against many of the great Negro League teams such as the Kansas City Monarchs and Pittsburg Crawfords long before Jackie Robinson and Larry Doby broke baseball's color barrier.
www.israelitehouseofdavid.org /books.html   (857 words)

 Israelites - Greek Lexicon
an Israelite, one of the nation of Israel, a name to be held in honour
NAS (9) - Israel, 5; Israelite, 2; Israelites, 2;
Suggestions about making this resource more useful should be sent to sugg@studylight.org
www.studylight.org /lex/grk/view.cgi?number=2475   (140 words)

 Biblical divination and water dowsing - The Gold Scales
Now these are the areas the Israelites received as an inheritance in the land of Canaan, which Eleazar the priest, Joshua son of Nun and the heads of the tribal clans of Israel allotted to them.
Traditionally, the Israelite seer (roe, hoze) is thought to have originated in Israel's nomadic roots, while the prophet, navi, can have originated in Canaan.
SOUND divination - one or more variants - in the pre-Exilic period was not considered to be foreign to Israelite religion, and Isaiah includes the navi and the qosem ("diviner," "soothsayer") among the leaders of Israelite society.
oaks.nvg.org /re2ra14.html   (10165 words)

 Intellectual Property Task Force Chairman David Israelite Announces Task Force Membership, Creation of Working Groups ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Together with David Israelite, who serves as Deputy Chief of Staff and Counselor to the Attorney General, the task force will include:
In addition, the task force will consult with Michael Garcia, the Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, on issues relating to U.S. Customs and Border Protection enforcement of intellectual property.
The task force expects to issue a report to the Attorney General on its findings and recommendations by the end of this year.
www.usdoj.gov /criminal/cybercrime/task_force.htm   (183 words)

 Sold Out
Since Shiloh and Jerusalem represent two successive stages in Israelite religion, it seems that use of this term and its synonyms implied the belief that the Elohim of Israel had only one "residence" at any given time.
Those whose linage he does not recognize will be relegated to the status of Israelites…He will define the linage of the Israelites according to their tribe alone;i.e., he will make known each person’s tribal origin stating, ‘This one is from this tribe’ and ‘This one is from another tribe’.
According to Rav Shaul, we cannot return as GER TOSHEV (strangers) because in Moshiach Yahshua we have become full citizens of the B’nai Brit and the Bayit of YHWH.To return to Yisrael as a stranger is a denial of the work of Moshiach in creating the Unified Renewed Mankind (Adam Chadash Echad).
www.twohouses.org /sold-out.htm   (6757 words)

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