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The Masoretic Recension

The impetus to contrive a new Hebrew Scriptural Text stems from the growing dissatisfaction with the Septuagint amongst the Pharisees, the Sadducees and the Sanhedrin Council, who denied that the Messiah had come. Not only did the Septuagint have the 5500-year Genesis timeline, and the apocryphal books which support that timeline, it had also added the works of the Apostles...

Yom Teruah & Yom Kippur

Yom Teruah begins on the first day of Chodesh Shv’i (Seventh New Moon) and is a Shabbat like day and all work is forbidden. It is the only festival celebrated at the beginning of the month. The only one celebrated in a time of darkness. Yom Teruah is a feast of beginning and literally means...

The World English Bible

The  World English Bible  is an update of the  American Standard Version of 1901 .  Work on the World English Bible began in 1997 with the translation method being primarily a word-for-word equivalence to, and based on the 1901 American Standard Version, the Greek Majority Text, the Hebrew Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia with minor adjustments made because of alternative readings found in the Dead Sea Scrolls and...

The Story of a Soul

The Story of a Soul conveys St. Thérèse of Lisieux’s “Little Way” of spiritual childhood - her “elevator” to Heaven, as she called it. Pope Pius XI approved this method as a way for all to grow in holiness through unfailing confidence and childlike delight in God’s merciful love. In this book, St. Thérèse shows...

The Story of a Soul

St. Thérèse of Lisieux, also called St. Teresa of the Child Jesus or the Little Flower, original name Marie-Françoise-Thérèse Martin, was born on January 2, 1873, in Alencon, France and died on September 30, 1897, at Lisieux. They canonized her on May 17, 1925; feast day October 1, Carmelite nun whose service to the Roman Catholic order was recognized for its...

The Religion of the Celts

Celt traditions, activities, language and laws dictated the way of life in Ireland and Scotland for thousands of years and still governs many aspects of their life today. Both Ireland's and Scotland's national language were derived from the Celt language Gaelic...
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