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Judas Maccabaeus, the hammer of God

Albert Montefiore Hyamson

Judas Maccabaeus, the hammer of God

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Published by M.L. Cailingold in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Judas Maccabaeus, -- d. 160 B.C.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Albert M. Hyamson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS121.8J8 H8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 98 p.
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19228182M


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Judas Maccabaeus, the hammer of God by Albert Montefiore Hyamson Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the year Before Christ, Judas Maccabaeus led the Jewish people into battle to preserve the Holy Bible and to establish religious liberty.

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The name Maccabeus is derived from the Hebrew word for “hammer,” and he is often referred to as “Judas the Hammer.” After his death, Maccabeus (or Maccabee) became the family name so his brothers and even his father are referred to as “the Maccabees” (also called the Hasmoneans), and the revolt is referred to as “the Maccabean.

In the year Before Christ, Judas Maccabaeus led the Jewish people into battle to preserve the Holy Bible and to establish religious liberty. Judas was called Maccabeus which means “the Hammer” in Aramaic. In "Judas Maccabeus: The Hammer of God" learn about the history of the battle for religious freedom, a battle that continues today.5/5(3).

Judas was called Maccabeus which means "the Hammer" in Aramaic. Centuries later, in the year A.D, Charles Martel, known as "Charles the Hammer," fought to defend the religious liberties of the Christians and Jews in Europe when an army of Islamic terrorists threatened to eradicate Christianity in : The Hammer of God The Maccabee stands for Hammer in Hebrew Part II.

The Maccabee Laws of God. The Maccabees The hammer of God book the Laws of God The tradition of the Maccabees within the Church, both in the West and in the East, has always been a tradition of what modern society would call law enforcement.

NAMES: Book of the Maccabees 3, Book of the Maccabees III, Maccabees III, 3 Maccabees, III Maccabees, or Maccabees 3 III Maccabees, Chapter 1 1 When Philopator learned from those who returned that the regions which he had controlled had been seized by Antiochus, he gave orders to all his forces, both infantry and cavalry, took with Judas Maccabaeus his sister Arsinoe, and.

Judas Maccabaeus in Literature Old English Homilies on The Maccabees, by Aelfric (c. ) edited by Stuart D. Lee El Maccabeo, by Miguel de Silveyra.(Naples, ) La chevalerie de Judas Macabe, by Pierre du Ryer () Judas Machabaeus, (Rome ) Judas Makkabaeus, by Josef Eduard Konrad Bischoff (Germany ) The Hammer, by Alfred Judas Maccabaeus.

Judas Maccabeus, also called Judah Maccabee, Maccabeus also spelled Maccabaeus, (died / bce), Jewish guerrilla leader who defended his country from invasion by the Seleucid king Antiochus IV Epiphanes, preventing the imposition of Hellenism upon Judaea, and preserving the Jewish religion.

Read More on This Topic. The hammer of God book Maccabeus - Judas the Galilean Part Two: “The hammer” of God “Other views link the name [Maccabee] with a root that means “to extinguish”, since the Maccabees extinguished the Greek persecution, or with makkav, “a hammer”; Judah, like Charles Martel, was the hammer of his enemies”.

Family of St. Judas Maccabaeus, the Hammer of God Father: Mattathias the Hasmonean Family Name: Judas ‘the Hammer’ Hasmonean Brothers: John, Simon, Eleazar, Jonathan Names in Hebrew and English I. John Gaddi - John, the Treasure II. Simon Thassi - Simon, the Zealous Guide III.

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Historically, the Maccabees are considered to be the founders of the Hasmonean royal dynasty which ruled Judea and Israel until the days of Herod, an Edomite, who managed to murder all the remaining Hasmoneans directly related to the original five sons of Mattathias the Hasmonean, namely John Gaddis, Simon Thassi, Judas.

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Judas, the Valiant. The book Treatise on Twelve Lights, Ch. 5 (Recourse to the Sword), by Robert Struble () Judas Maccabaeus, the Hammer of God. May the LORD God bless you in the name of St. Judas Maccabaeus. Jason Nicholas Korning SOURCE(S): Judas Maccabaeus, Wikipedia.

Since Hasmonean seems to be their family name, scholars think “Maccabeus” was a nickname for Judas. It is derived from an Aramaic word maqqaba, possibly meaning, “hammer,” or “the hammerer” in modern Hebrew.

Supposedly, it reflects his ferociousness in battle. Greetings, Blessings, and Welcome to The Maccabee Catholic, the official Website of Maccabee Catholicism who is sponsored by the Eternal Order of St. Judas Maccabaeus, a Judeo-Christian Research Order of St. Judas was founded in by members of the Holy Roman Catholic Church in order to protect and preserve the Judeo-Christian.

STANDARD: Judas Maccabeus, Judas Maccabaeus TITLE: The Hammer, the Hammer of God, the Hammerer JEWISH: Judah Maccabee, Judah the Maccabee YIDDISH: Yehudah HaMakabi LITERAL ENGLISH: Judah the Hammer HEBREW: יהודה המכבי ORIGIN: From the Aramaic 'maqqabba', or 'makebet' in modern Hebrew ALTERNATIVE SPELLINGS:.

STANDARD: Judas Maccabeus, Judas Maccabaeus TITLE: The Hammer, the Hammer of God, the Hammerer JEWISH: Judah Maccabee, Judah the Maccabee YIDDISH: Yehudah HaMakabi LITERAL ENGLISH: Judah the Hammer HEBREW: יהודה המכבי ORIGIN: From the Aramaic 'maqqabba', or 'makebet' in modern Hebrew ALTERNATIVE SPELLINGS: Machabeus.

According to the Gospel of John, Jesus Christ celebrated the Festival of Hanukkah (John ). Hanukkah celebrates the heroic exploits of Judas Maccabeus and his battle for religious freedom. These events occurred during the four-hundred silent years between the Old and New Testaments.

The Seleucid Greeks that ruled over the Jewish people made observing Judaism. TITLE: The Hammer, the Hammer of God, the Hammerer JEWISH: Judah Maccabee, Judah the Maccabee YIDDISH: Yehudah HaMakabi LITERAL ENGLISH: Judah the Hammer HEBREW: יהודה המכבי ORIGIN: From the Aramaic 'maqqabba', or 'makebet' in modern Hebrew ALTERNATIVE SPELLINGS: Machabeus, Maccabeus, The Eternal Laws of St.

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Maccabees, also spelled Machabees, (flourished 2nd century bce, Palestine), priestly family of Jews who organized a successful rebellion against the Seleucid ruler Antiochus IV and reconsecrated the defiled Temple of Jerusalem. Historical context of the Maccabees.

The name Maccabee was a title of honour given to Judas, a son of Mattathias and the hero of the Jewish. The "Hammer of God" comic book series will be in three parts.

Part one tells to story of Judas Maccabeus from the beginning of the Maccabean revolt until the declaration of religious tolerance by the Greeks after the Battle of Beth Zechariah.

Judas was called Maccabeus which means "the Hammer" in Aramaic. Centuries later, in the year A.D, Charles Martel, known as "Charles the Hammer," fought to defend the religious liberties of the Christians and Jews in Europe when an army of Islamic terrorists threatened to eradicate Christianity in France.

Judas Maccabeus liberated Judah in BC, which is where it appears on the Biblical Timeline Poster with World history. The story begins with the Seleucid and Ptolemy Dynasties.

Both fought for control of the Middle East. These rival Greek empires wanted to take each other territories and one of the major battlefronts for this ongoing war occurred in Syria.

On the death of Mattathias, mourned by all Israel as Samuel was mourned, at the age of one hundred and forty-five, and buried in the sepulchre of his fathers at Modin, Judas, called “The Maccabaeus” (“The Hammer,” as some suppose), rose up in his stead; and all his brothers helped him, and all his father’s friends, and he fought with.

Judas 3. Jonathan 4. Simon 5. John Hyrcanus 6. John and Eleazar LITERATURE The name Maccabeus was first applied to Judas, one of the sons of Mattathias generally called in English the Maccabees, a celebrated family who defended Jewish rights and customs in the 2nd century BC (1 Macc ).

The Jewish Hammer Though many Jews had been seduced by the virtues of Hellenism, the extreme measures adopted by Antiochus helped unite the people. When a Greek official tried to force a priest named Mattathias to make a sacrifice to a pagan god, the Jew murdered the man.

Malachi to Christ JUDAS MACCABAEUS. Grecian Period ( B.C.) The close connection between the Jews of Palestine and the Ptolemean dynasty received a rude shock in the outrage of Ptolemy; Philopator; and, as at the same time they had been on friendly terms with Antiochus III from the time of his victory over the Egyptian forces by the source of the Jordan at Paneas.

When Mattathias died, in B.C. he was succeeded as leader by his son Judas, called Maccabaeus, "the Hammer"; as Charles, who defeated the Saracens at Tours, is called Martel or hammer. The successes of Judas were uninterrupted, and culminated B.C.

in the repulse of Lysias, the general of Antiochus, at Bethzur, where a large Syrian force. Judas Maccabeus. Judas Maccabeus (died B.C.) was the leader of a Jewish revolt against the repressive policies of Antiochus IV Epiphanes, the king of Syria.

Third son of Mattathias, the Hasmonean priest of Modin, Judas received the added name Maccabeus, generally believed to mean "Hammerer," because of the hammer blows dealt by Judas and his small and poorly. 1 Maccabees is a book written in Hebrew by a Jewish author after the restoration of an independent Jewish kingdom by the Hasmonean dynasty, about the latter part of the 2nd century original Hebrew is lost and the most important surviving version is the Greek translation contained in the book is held as canonical scripture by the Catholic, Orthodox.

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The country now enjoyed a lasting peace, and the author of the First Book of Maccabees (xiv. ) describes the felicity of the people in glowing colors, adhering closely to the accounts of the blessings promised in the Bible, and carefully including Simon's services to religion.

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Thor's hammer is missing again. The thunder god has a habit of misplacing his weapon - which happens to be the mightiest force in the Nine Worlds.

But this time the hammer isn't just lost, it has fallen into enemy hands. The Hammer of God by Stephen Andrew Missick Book Resume: According to the Gospel of John, Jesus Christ celebrated the Festival of Hanukkah (John ).

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The Official Website of the Eternal Order of St. Judas Maccabaeus, or for short, the Order of the Maccabee, a Judeo/Christian Research Foundation dedicated to preserving the beliefs and traditions of both Judaism and Christianity, the only two major religions based upon the Bible, including the Old Testament Book of the Maccabees 1 and 2.

Judas exhorted the men not to trust in their weapons but to have confidence in the Almighty God. Apparently, he was familiar with Isaiahwhere the prophet chided Israel for relying upon fleshly weaponry rather than upon God for their defense.

Judas and his three brothers became captains of 1, men. In The Hammer of God learn about the history of the battle for religious freedom, a battle that continues today. Reverend Stephen Andrew Missick is the author The Words of Jesus in the Original Aramaic: Discovering the Semitic Roots of Christianity and Christ the Man.

He is an ordained minister of the : Stephen Andrew Missick.The author set out ebook show how the events of Jewish history from the time of Onias the high priest to the time of Judas Maccabaeus (from to B.C.) reveal a God who cares for the Jewish people by rewarding those who are faithful to the covenant and by punishing evildoers.

He has great regard for the Temple and for fidelity to the Torah.