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The Star of Bethlehem

Hall, J. H.

The Star of Bethlehem

a collection of church-tunes, anthems, choruses and glees with rudiments and exercises for singing-schools

by Hall, J. H.

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Published by Ruebush, Kieffer & Co. in Dayton, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sacred Choruses,
  • English Hymns,
  • Tune-books,
  • Shape note hymnals

  • Edition Notes

    In seven-shape notation.

    Other titlesAmerican tunebooks., Shape-note tunebooks., Benson collection of hymnals and hymnology
    Statementby J. H. Hall, and J. H. Ruebush assisted by Aldine S. Kieffer
    ContributionsKieffer, Aldine S. (Aldine Silliman), 1840-1904, Ruebush, J. H. (James Hott), 1865-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 close score (191 p.) ;
    Number of Pages191
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25505471M

      The Star of Bethlehem: A Skeptical View is an analysis of the astronomical portent found in the Gospel of Matthew which supposedly led the Magi from the East to the birthplace of Jesus. Throughout history, people have tried to connect the Star to real, naturalistic phenomena, as well as to explain it in other : Onus Books.   The Star of Bethlehem was first printed in by Reubush, Kieffer & Co. It was compiled by J. H. Hall, J. H. Ruebush, and Aldine S. Kieffer, descendents of Joseph Funk, publisher of the popular Harmonia Sacra. In a new edition was published with revisions by John C. Rhodes and Joseph G. Beery. They subsequently reprinted it five more times.

    Star of Bethlehem is a pretty, but invasive, bulb that’s hard to eradicate once established in the lawn. Mention "the one that got away," and you automatically think of fish, not flowers. One of these floral escapees, the Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum), has become a nuisance in gardens and lawns when allowed to run wild.   THE STAR OF BETHLEHEM: THE LEGACY OF THE MAGI concludes that an astrological portent involving Jupiter and the Moon in the zodiacal constellation Aries was the 'star' that lead the Magi to Jesus. The book has a Christian and Western flavor but is respectful of other religions and cultures. The writing style is quite clear and pleasing to by:

    "The Star" is a science fiction short story by English writer Arthur C. appeared in the science fiction magazine Infinity Science Fiction in and won the Hugo Award in It is collected in Clarke's book of short stories The Other Side of the Sky, and was reprinted in the January issue of Short Story International as the lead-off : Arthur C. Clarke. The only mention of the Star of Bethlehem in the New Testament is in the Gospel of Matthew. This reference has remained a great astronomical mystery, which has intrigued theologians, historians and astronomers throughout the ages. There has never been a satisfactory solution to this 2,year-old problem. David Collins goes in search of the truth, examining the historical .


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The Star of Bethlehem by Hall, J. H. Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Molnar's The Star of Bethlehem is a fascinating contribution to the immense literature that attempts to come to terms with the Christmas Star represented in Matthew's Gospel.

In my opinion, this book is the most original and important contribution of the entire twentieth century on the thorny question of how events recorded there should be interpreted."Cited by:   Early on, most believers were content to call the Star of Bethlehem a miracle.

But over the last few centuries, rationalists have sought to identify the Star with an actual stellar phenomenon — something natural rather than supernatural. In his book, physicist Aaron Adair outlines and evaluates the various hypotheses put forward/5(17).

"The Star of Bethlehem - An Astronomer's View", by Mark Kidger, gives a review of all the various suggestions that have been made over the years, finally settling on a combination of events being the sign: a triple conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in Pisces (the sign Kidger says is associated with the Jews - more on this later) between May and December of 7 BC, with Mars Cited by: 2.

In The Star of Bethlehem, Mark Kidger brings all the tools of modern science, years of historical research, and an infectious spirit of inquiry to bear on the mystery/5.

"Molnar's The Star of Bethlehem is a fascinating contribution to the immense literature that attempts to come to terms with the Christmas Star represented in Matthew's Gospel. In my opinion, this book is the most original and important contribution of the entire twentieth century on the thorny question of how events recorded there should be interpreted."/5(41).

This book is the fruit of the first ever interdisciplinary international scientific conference on Matthew's story of the Star of Bethlehem and the Magi, held in at the University of Groningen, and attended by world-leading specialists in all relevant fields: modern astronomy, the ancient near-eastern and Greco-Roman worlds, the history of science, and religion.4/4(1).

Star of Bethlehem by Michael Pettem combines science and ancient astronomy with insight from the Gospel of Matthew to understand the Star of Bethlehem Skip to content Home.

The Star of Bethlehem equips the modern reader to hear the story just as its first audience would have heard and understood it.

To do this, the book calls upon the reader to join a group assembled to hear the Gospel of Matthew somewhere in the Roman Empire toward the end of the first century. This view is supported by the fact that first, the magi had to ask King Herod where the King of the Jews was born, which means the star wasn’t guiding them at that time (Matthew ).

And second, they rejoiced exceedingly when they saw the star (again) as they began their journey to Bethlehem (Matthew ). The Book of Daniel, Chapter 9: “16 O Lord, in keeping with all your righteous acts, turn away your anger and your wrath from Jerusalem, your city, your holy hill.

Our sins and the iniquities of our fathers have made Jerusalem and your people an object of scorn to all those around us. 17 “Now, our God, hear the prayers and petitions of your. Listen: to the Star of Bethlehem Interview of Dr.

Ernest L. Martin by Jeff Rense on his nationally syndicated radio show. Listen: to the Byte Show Interviews of this book. See the Byte Show box below. Listen: to the Reading of the chapters in this book by Charlie Corder.

Click on the graphic found on the first paragraph of each chapter of this. The Star of Bethlehem: Unlock the Mystery of the World's Most Famous Star - DVD. DVD Playable in Bermuda, Canada, United States and U.S. territories. Please check if your equipment can play DVDs coded for this region.

Product Description. For centuries, skeptics and seekers alike have pondered the star of Bethlehem/5(). The Star of Bethlehem: A Skeptical View is an analysis of the astronomical portent found in the Gospel of Matthew which supposedly led the Magi from the East to the birthplace of Jesus.

Throughout history, people have tried to connect the Star to real, naturalistic phenomena, as well as to explain it in other ways/5. In The Star of Bethlehem, Mark Kidger brings all the tools of modern science, years of historical research, and an infectious spirit of inquiry to bear on the mystery.

He sifts through an astonishing variety of ideas, evidence, and information — including Babylonian sky charts, medieval paintings, data from space probes, and even calculations about the speed of a camel — to present a.

The star of Bethlehem looks like it wasn't a star at all but a conjunction of planets on the zodiac that had astrological significance so much so that the author of Matthew put it in his nativity story. On the date of Ap in the 6 bce.4/5. The Star of Bethlehem documentary. Rick Larson has made The Star of Bethlehem Documentary, which suggests that Revelation 12 is a record of what the magi saw.

This documentary was the reason for the research behind the book “The Star of Bethlehem and Babylonian Astrology – Astronomy and Revelation 12 Reveal What the Magi Saw”.

Interspersed among Hanson's descriptions of the religious, scientific, scholarly, and philosophical importance of the star are dozens of passages from literature and fable that illustrate how the Star of Bethlehem has captivated Babylonian clerics, Jeanne Hanson explores one of our culture's most powerful icons of hope and mystery from a number of fascinating perspectives/5.

In The Star of Bethlehem, Mark Kidger brings all the tools of modern science, years of historical research, and an infectious spirit of inquiry to bear on the mystery. He sifts through an astonishing variety of ideas, evidence, and information—including Babylonian sky charts, medieval paintings, data from space probes, and even calculations about the speed of Author: Mark Kidger.

The star of Bethlehem: the legacy of the Magi User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Agos n (Spanish, Wellesley Coll.) devotes the first half of her autobiography to her childhood and early.

"Molnar's The Star of Bethlehem is a fascinating contribution to the immense literature that attempts to come to terms with the Christmas Star represented in Matthew's Gospel.

In my opinion, this book is the most original and important contribution of the entire twentieth century on the thorny question of how events recorded there should be interpreted."Brand: Rutgers University Press. In his book The Star of Bethlehem: An Astronomer's View, Mark R.

Kidger writes that the Star of Bethlehem was "almost certainly a nova" that appeared in mid-March 5 B.C. "somewhere between the modern constellations of Capricornus and Aquila". One of my reading interests is nonfiction. I got a used copy of this book from the Newberry Library Book Fair held this past July.

In this book, the author, who is an astronomer, considers three revival explanations of the star of Bethlehem: 1. It was an actual physical object, explicable by scientific law. 2. It was a miracle, an intervention /5.A strange star is claimed to have appeared at the birth of Jesus of Nazareth.

This site is an investigation of the story found in the Biblical Gospel of Matthew, a story often called the ‘Star of Bethlehem.’ It brings the words of Roman and Jewish historians alongside the .