8 edition of Like a Maccabee found in the catalog.
October 23, 2006 by Yaldah Publishing .
Written in English
|Contributions||Anita I. White (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
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Through his new relationship with his grandfather, Ben understands that playing "like a Maccabee"-being strong and doing your best, is the key to winning, especially against a bully.
Using the backdrop of the Hanukkah holiday, the author realistically captures the challenges of peer pressure and positive ways to overcome adversity against a bully.5/5(7). Like a Maccabee really made me think about the true meaning of Chanukah and how it effects your every day life.
A soccer team against a really hard soccer team relates to The Maccabees against Antiochus and his army which was a whole lot bigger than the Maccabees. This book teaches you that if you try, then your a winner even if you lose.
Like a Maccabee Hardcover – September 1, by Raymond A. Zwerin (Author)Author: Raymond A. Zwerin, Audrey F. Marcus. Like a Maccabee. This beautifully illustrated text explores the themes of leadership, bravery, determination, problem solving, and pride through the story of the Maccabees and Chanukah/5.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores Pages: Like A Maccabee by Barbara Bietz Yotzeret Publishing, This middle-grade chapter book tells the story of Ben, a year-old boy who is gearing up for a championship soccer game while adjusting to the changes in his family that have occurred since his grandfather moved in.
Ben faces challenges at school, including the bully from the opposing soccer team, and frustrations at home. The First Book of the Maccabees is preserved in the Greek translation from the Hebrew original, the original Hebrew name of it having been known to the Christian theologian Origen of Alexandria.
At the beginning, the author of the book mentions Alexander the Great, then moves. THIS book is like a fearful peal of thunder echoing out of the dim horrors of ancient tyranny. It is a chapter based on persecution by Antiochus, the tyrant of Syria, whom some called Epiphanes, The Madman.
Roman history of the first centuries records two such tyrants. Like a Maccabee, written by Barbara Bietz and illustrated by Anita White, is published by Yotzeret Publishing.
Read "Like a Maccabee" by Barbara Bietz available from Rakuten Kobo. Days before Hanukkah, ten-year-old Ben’s soccer team makes the league championships. Only one thing stands between Ben Brand: Yotzeret Publishing. “Like a Maccabee is a refreshingly proud Jewish story.
Barbara Bietz has given the miracles of Hanukkah new meaning for today’s Like a Maccabee book children. She has bridged the generation gap in a warm true-sounding story of a boy, his grandfather and the special way they share a holiday.
The name Maccabee is often used as a synonym for the entire Hasmonean dynasty, but the Maccabees proper were Judah Maccabee and his four name Maccabee was a personal epithet of Judah, and the later generations were not his direct descendants.
One explanation of the name's origins is that it derives from the Aramaic maqqəḇa, "the hammer", in recognition of Judah's ferocity in Born: 2nd century BCE, Judea (modern-day Israel).
I n the beginning of Like a Maccabee, Ben has a habit of making assumptions about people before he knows or understands them. Pirkei Avot, a book of rabbinic teachings sometimes translated as Ethics of Our Ancestors, tells us: “Do not judge another until you stand in his place.”. Get this from a library.
Like a Maccabee. [Raymond A Zwerin; Audrey Friedman Marcus; Giora Carmi] -- Full color illustrated text explores the themes of leadership, bravery, determination, problem solving and pride through the story of the Maccabees and Chanukah. The Second Book of the Maccabees Chapter 1.
1 To the brethren the Jews that are I throughout Egypt, the brethren, the And with other such like speeches, he exhorted them that they would not the books both of the prophets, and of David, and the Size: KB.
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Parent guide for Like a Maccabee by Barbara Bietz. PJ Our Way offers free, monthly Jewish chapter books to kids years of age. The Books of the Maccabees are books concerned with the Maccabees, the leaders of the Jewish rebellion against the Seleucid dynasty, or related subjects.
The term mostly refers to two deuterocanonical books contained in various canons of the Bible: 1 Maccabees, originally written in Hebrew and surviving in a Greek translation, relates the. The First Book of Maccabees has been brought to life with this dramatized recording.
In one approved Marian Apparition, Our Blessed Mother makes reference to both the first and second books. Like A Maccabee Books.
Author: Barbara Bietz. Illustrator: Anita White. Categories Chanukkah, Honor Senior Citizens, Sports. Grades: Lower Elementary (K-2), Upper Elementary () Days before Hanukkah, ten-year-old Bens soccer team makes the league championships.
Only one thing stands between Ben and victory: the rival teams best defender. The Books of the Maccabees are books concerned with the Maccabees, the leaders of the Jewish rebellion against the Seleucid dynasty and related subjects.
The term mostly refers to two deuterocanonical books contained in various canons of the Bible. 1 Maccabees, originally written in Hebrew and surviving in a Greek translation, relates the history of the Maccabees from BCE until. This is a sample class from the New Saint Thomas Institute by Dr Taylor Marshall.
He explains the paganization of the Israelites under the Greeks and how the Maccabean Revolt was organized to re-consecrate Israel and their temple and worship. Maccabees is crucial for Catholics today. To take more classes with Dr Taylor Marshall, please.
MACCABEES, BOOKS OF, III. 3 Maccabees. Name: The name 3 Maccabees, though occurring in the oldest manuscripts and VSS, is quite unsuitable, because the book refers to events which antedate the Maccabean age by about half a century, and also to events in which the Maccabees took no part.
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 wars of independence, 1 Maccabees 2 Good News Translation (GNT) The Faithfulness of Mattathias. 2 During that time, a priest of the Jehoiarib family named Mattathias, who was the son of John and the grandson of Simeon, moved from Jerusalem and settled in Modein.
2 Mattathias had five sons: John (also called Gaddi), 3 Simon (also called Thassi), 4 Judas (also called Maccabeus), 5 Eleazar (also called Avaran), and. The King James Bible, along with virtually all other Protestant versions of the Bible (whether they are officially endorsed by a Protestant church or not), includes translations of the Hebrew books of what is now called the Old Testament.
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More Speak English Like. A series of apocryphal books that are not included in the Jewish and Protestant canons of the Old Testament (though four of them appear in the Greek Septuagint), centering mostly around The Maccabean Revolt.
1st Maccabees is the story of Judah Maccabee and his two brothers (the Hasmoneans) as they led Judea through the period of the revolt. 2nd Maccabees focuses mostly on Judah Maccabee's.
Full text of "The Fourth Book Of The (PDFy mirror)" See other formats THE FOURTH BOOK OF THE MACCABEES THIS book is like a fearful peal of thunder echoing out of the dim horrors of an- cient tyranny.
It is a chapter based on persecution by Antiochus, the tyrant of Syr- ia, whom some called Epiphanes, The Madman.
The Maccabee Bible did include these two books. Here is the history of the situation in the Caribbean when it comes to Christianity and the reading of the Bible: In the British and Foreign Bible Society decided never to print or circulate copies of.
1 Alexander of Macedon son of Philip had come from the land of Kittim and defeated Darius king of the Persians and Medes, whom he succeeded as ruler, at first of Hellas. 2 He undertook many campaigns, gained possession of many fortresses, and put the local kings to death.
3 So he advanced to the. Don't like this video. History of Maccabee Revolt from Modiin Israel Bruce G views. The Truth About the Apocrypha and the Lost Books of the Bible - Duration: Since the Vulgate (Jerome's Latin Bible, A.D.) includes only the first 2 books of Maccabees, these are the only books pronounced canonical by the Council of Trent and included in recognized Protestant versions of the Apocrypha (see APOCRYPHA).
That 1 Maccabees was used largely in the early Christian church is proved by the numerous. FOR many, the period of the Maccabees is like a black box hidden between the completion of the last books of the Hebrew Scriptures and the coming of Jesus Christ. Even as certain details are revealed when an airplane’s black box is studied after a crash, some insight can be gained by a close look into the Maccabean era—one of transition and.
III Maccabees: The Third Book of the Maccabees has in reality nothing to do either with the Maccabees or with their times.
It received its name probably because it is a fiction concerning the persecution of the Jews by a foreign king; that king was Ptolemy Philopator ( B.C.). The Maccabee – A Reggae Song called ‘Maccabee Version’ The Maccabee – The Holy Spirit, Purgatory and the Holy Ghost; The Maccabee – 10 Simple Reasons why Christianity should Practice Male Circumcision; The First Book of the Maccabees; The Hammer of God, Part V.
In Search of the Maccabee Tombs; The Hammer of God, Part IV. THE FIRST BOOK OF MACCABEES. The name Maccabee, probably meaning “hammer,” is actually applied in the Books of Maccabees to only one man, Judas, third son of the priest Mattathias and first leader of the revolt against the Seleucid kings who persecuted the Jews (1 Mc66; 2 Mc16;16).Traditionally the name has come to be extended to the brothers of Judas, his supporters.
Like all of our ancient books, the Book of Maccabees was originally written in Hebrew but over the years — because of persecution, exiles and book burnings — the Hebrew version was lost, and the text only survived in a translation made into Greek called the Septuagint.
It appeared that the Book of Maccabees was on the edge of oblivion. Maccabees, The Books of On comparing the two Books of Machabees it is plainly seen that the author of the Second does not, like the author of the First, write history merely to acquaint his readers with the stirring events of the period with which he is dealing.
He writes history with a view to instruction and edification.LibriVox recording of The First Book of Maccabees, from the Douay-Rheims Version. Read by Sam Stinson.
1 Maccabees is an apocryphal/deuterocanonical book written by a Jewish author after the restoration of an independent Jewish kingdom, probably about BC. It is included in the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox canons.