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Mr van Baal is, in many ways, the voice of the public right now - standing up to the biggest oil companies in the world, asking them to listen to his pleas concerning climate change.
By using the development of El and Baal as analogies, I contend that the development of the word Allah, which also can function as both an appellative and personal name in contemporary Indonesia, is at a crossroads to develop like either El or Baal.
Numbers 22:41 (KJV) 41 And it came to pass on the morrow, that Balak took Balaam, and brought him up into the high places of Baal, that thence he might see the utmost part of the people.
Another man from Bryn y Baal complained of no water since 9.30am on Friday.
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The governor, Jan van Baal, thought highly of his research activities.
NNA - The families of Aitit village protestors over the opening of a waste sorting factory in Ain Baal village ended their sit-in after the head of Tyr Municipalities Union Abdel Mohsen Al- Husseini made a decision to close the factory temporary until the Union finds the appropriate solutions, NNA correspondent reported on Saturday.
Baal teshuvah emerged as the term of art for newly devout Jews in the mid-20th century.
In 2013, Alison Baal Alcantara, of Talisay, Cebu, died of pneumonia, sepsis and fatal arrhythmia at the national penitentiary.
6.25-23) the Lord bids Gideon tear down his father's altar to Baal, rip up his father's Asherah (a wooden stake with the image of a Canaanite goddess), and then slaughter his father's bull (very valuable, of course) as a burnt offering on a pyre made from the Asherah; a bold and worthy exploit for an Israelite.
Contributing to the scholarship on the rise of monotheism in the ancient Near East, more specifically the Southern Levant, during the first millennium BCE, Anderson presents a mostly synchronic reading of the Hebrew Bible that charts how biblical writers displayed Yahweh's appropriation of Baal and other deities and their domains as part of the larger development towards monotheism.
He has not only widened the scope to include personal names containing El and Baal, but has also included more recently recovered epigraphic material from ancient Judah and Israel and the neighboring regions, comparing it with the biblical results.