idk why anyone would want to follow this religion but the ones who don’t read the Quran themselves and interprets it 3rd hand instead of seeing for themselves. A group of semi-nomads, who produced a very distinct, colorful and attractive, decorated pottery with images of ostriches or other birds, lived a little northeast of the area Ptolemy calls Midian, in an area known as the Oasis of Qurayyah. [6] Editor’s note: For more on Timna, see Erez Ben-Yosef and Aaron Greener, “Edom’s Copper Mines in Timna: Their Significance in the 10th Century,” TheTorah (2018). A Mosque in the area of Medina, possibly: This page was last edited on 5 October 2020, at 20:08. Where is Midian and what do we know about it historically? var addy4e873161103fdf2f88e3d6bb49afaddb = 'webmaster' + '@'; As I have argued in other contexts, such as my, “Hovav the Midianite: Why Was the End of the Story Cut? “Lawrence of Arabia,” they simply translated “Allah” into English. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.We rely on the support of readers like you. My baby boy name is Joseph . The mistake Jews make is that they wrongly believe that anyone must be Jewish to be a true prophet! Some of these translations are from Syriac (the Peshitta), Coptic or Latin. The tradition about Moses’ marriage to a Midianite woman has the mark of authenticity: Why would the Israelites invent a story about their primary religious leader’s marriage to a non-Israelite woman? [12] Editor’s note: The second “w” is problematic. Jews call it the Torah, Moslems call it the Tawrat, Christians call it part of their “Old Testament.”. Thank you for sharing this excellent post. In the list, Yehwa is the name of a land. Arabic: Islam: Aabdar: Name aabdar has a quranic origin which means Moon light, early, quick. Look, who ever wrote this is no doubt a muslim. document.getElementById('cloak4e873161103fdf2f88e3d6bb49afaddb').innerHTML = ''; This app is designed for Android Phones only version 4+. (1) Perhaps you do not know the story., "Was Azar the Father of Prophet Abraham? Well, below are a collection of all that I can find around the web. There is a disagreement with regards to Āzar being Abraham's biological father or uncle. In other words, the worshippers’ relationship with YHWH must be exclusive. There isn’t any difference.Having multiple wives was just giving an example to the world that women should be protected and there shouldn’t be made any difference. all these names came from the holy bible. This conception fits with what the story of Moses and the burning bush, where Moses goes to the Mountain of God while tending the flocks of his Midianite father-in-law. She is nameless both in the Bible and in the Quran. Contact | Disclaimer | It is inaccurate to say that the name of Ishmael’s father belongs only to Isaac and his decedents. Prof. Israel Knohl is the Yehezkel Kaufmann Professor of Bible at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a senior research fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute. Some of y’all are racist as fuck. This is particularly clear in three very ancient biblical poems: Each of these poems opens with the image of YHWH coming from his home in the south. Were all the same no one cares smh, Your email address will not be published. We rely on the support of readers like you. The word “he is” would not be written with a vav as its third letter, but with a yod, as יהיה, just as the word “I am” is אהיה. Only few are. No, man … she is not right. If you check history well, Adam and Eve never have their own religion but they obey and hear God’s word. Islamic tradition holds both Joachim and Amram being named the same just like Joachim's daughter Mary, the mother of Jesus, ("Mariam") and Amram's daughter Miriam, though the Quran only refers to Joachim with the name of Amram probably as a play on the sharing of names and even calls Mary the sister of Aaron. which has been transliterated into many different English spellings. An attractive possibility, suggested by the Egyptologist Elmar Edel (1914-1997), is that the “w” quail chick (𓅱) is a scribal error, and what should have been written is the “aleph” vulture (𓄿), which is how the word is spelled in Ramses II’s Amara West inscription, which also references Nomad-land Yehwa. Gilda Bartolini and Maria G. Briga (Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2016), 171-182. Our ministries include Project Philip Bible studies, Bible-based Literacy, Prison Ministry and Church Planter Training. but The name Bilqīs or Balqīs comes … No it wasn’t there’s historical evidence to show to back me up Christianity was the first. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. That’s why many dead souls ressurrected from.the dead after Jesus died. [17] Shelomo Dov Goitein, “YHWH the Passionate: The Monotheistic Meaning and Origin of the Name YHWH,” Vetus Testamentum 6.1 (1956): 1-9. Bible For Kids. Rothenberg’s argument of was reconfirmed by the recent excavation by Uzi Avner. I also believe in Moses and Jesus, who are not Turks! This page introduces a list of proper names from the Bible. In contrast, God’s earlier revelation at the burning bush, in which Moses is introduced to this special name for the first time,[2] explains or at least hints at its meaning: When Moses asks God his name, God first answers by saying “I am what I am” and even follows this up with “tell them Ehyeh (I-Am) sent you.” The word ehyeh (“I am”) sounds very much like YHWH, and is meant as a play on words, explaining that YHWH’s name means “he will be” or “being.”[3] Thus, God follows up this implied etymology with the Tetragrammaton: Nevertheless, this interpretation does not reflect the original meaning of YHWH. Launched Shavuot 5773 / 2013 | Copyright © Project TABS, All Rights Reserved. WHO CREATED ADAM , of, Minneapolis, MN; Fortress Press, 1995), 17 [n24]; trans. Names often reflect identity, values, ties to ancestors, culture, who you “belong” to, who your people are. But in antiquity, a name could sometimes be both a toponym and a theonym. .. So be fair enough to mention this. However recent research has paleographically dated this manuscript to late 9th- and early 10th century due to ne… you are right that`s why we are all brothers. Wordproject® is a registered name of the International Biblical Association, a non-profit organization registered in Macau, China. [6] Uzi Avner, an archaeologist working at the Dead-Sea and Arava Science Center, has argued that the Midianites were brought in as specialists or contractors, working with the local nomadic (Shasu) tribes or with Egyptians, who had a presence in this area during this period, producing pure copper from ore for their customers (or employers).[7]. In 1956, Shelomo Dov Goitein (1900-1985), a scholar of both Jewish and Arabic studies,[16] suggested that the name derives from the Arabic root h.w.y (هوى), and the word hawaya (هوايا), which means “love, affection, passion, desire.”[17] He connected this suggestion with the passage in Exodus 34, in a set of laws known by scholars as the Ritual Decalogue. So be fair enough to mention this. var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; Y’all are supposed to be just like muhammad that explains the men that shave their heads and grow their beard bc Muhammad did so…. It could also be a redundant consonant (as sometimes occurs in toponyms) or an attempt by the scribe to mimic a vowel sound from a foreign language, such as the diphthong aʊ.