Isaac
Isaac (/ˈaɪzək/; Hebrew: יִצְחָק,  Yitskhak,  Yiṣḥāq, Yiçḥaq, "[he] will laugh"; Greek: Ἰσαάκ Isaak; Arabic: إسحاق‎ or إسحٰق ʼIsḥāq) as described in the Hebrew Bible and the Qur'a...
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Binding of Isaac
The Binding of Isaac (in Hebrew the עֲקֵידַת יִצְחַק, Akedát Yitzḥák, also known as "The Binding" הָ)עֲקֵידָה), the Akedah or Aqedah, or in Arabic as the Dhabih (الذبيح) or "The Slaughter", is a story...
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Abraham
Abraham (/ˈeɪbrəˌhæm, -həm/ (Hebrew: אַבְרָהָם‎,  listen )), originally Abram, is the first of the three biblical patriarchs. His story, told in chapters 11 through 25 of the Book of G...
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Testament of Isaac
The Testament of Isaac is a work now regarded as part of the Old Testament apocrypha. It is often treated as one of a trio of very similar works, the other two of which are the Testament of Abraham an...
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Islamic view of Isaac
For other uses see Ishaq(name) Isaac (Arabic: إسحاق‎ or إسحٰق‎ ʾIsḥāq) is recognized as a patriarch, prophet and messenger of God by all Muslims. In Islam, he is known as Ishaq. As in...
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Jacob
Jacob (later given the name Israel) is considered a patriarch of the Israelites. According to the Book of Genesis, Jacob (/ˈdʒeɪkəb/; Hebrew: יַעֲקֹב  Yaʿakov) was the third Hebrew progenitor wit...
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Jacob in Islam
Yaqub (Arabic: يَعْقُوب, translit.: Yaʿqūb ), also known as Jacob, is a prophet in Islam who is mentioned in the Qur'an. He is acknowledged as a patriarch of Islam. Muslims believe that he preach...
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Blessing of Jacob
The Blessing of Jacob is a poem that appears in Genesis at 49:1-27 and mentions each of Jacob's twelve sons. Genesis presents the poem as the words of Jacob to his sons when Jacob is about to die.Lik...
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Jacob Wrestling with the Angel
The account of Jacob wrestling with the angel is found in Genesis 32:22-32 and referenced elsewhere, such as Hosea 12:4. The account includes the renaming of Jacob as "Israel", literally "He who strug...
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Jacob (film)
Jacob is a German/Italian/American television movie from 1994, based on the novel Giacobbe by Francesco Maria Nappi, which is in turn based on a Biblical account from the Book of Genesis about Jacob....
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Rebekah (Women of Genesis series)
Rebekah (2001) is the second novel in The Women of Genesis series by Orson Scott Card.
Rebekah follows the story of Isaac through the eyes and perspective of Rebekah. Card expands the story into ...
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Rebecca
Rebecca (also spelled Rebekah) (Hebrew: רִבְקָה,  Rivká,  Riḇqā Ribqa, from the Hebrew ribhqeh (lit., "connection"), from Semitic root r-b-q, "to tie, couple or join", "to secure", or "to s...
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Stone of Jacob
The Stone of Jacob appears in the Book of Genesis as the stone used as a pillow by the Israelite patriarch Jacob at the place later called Bet-El. As Jacob had a vision in his sleep, he then consecrat...
Bilhah
In the Book of Genesis, Bilhah (בִּלְהָה "faltering; bashful", Standard Hebrew Bilha, Tiberian Hebrew Bilhâ) is Rachel's handmaid who becomes a wife of Jacob and bears him two sons, Dan and Naphtali.T...
Tribes of Israel
The Israelites (/ˈɪzriəˌlaɪts, -reɪ-/) were a Semitic people of the Ancient Near East, who inhabited part of Canaan during the tribal and monarchic periods (15th to 6th centuries BCE), and lived in th...
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Dinah
In the Hebrew Bible, Dinah (/ˈdaɪnə/; Hebrew: דִּינָה,  Dina,  Dînā ; "judged; vindicated") was the daughter of Jacob, one of the patriarchs of the Israelites, and Leah, his first ...
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Hagar
Hagar (/heɪˈɡɑr/ hay-GAR; Hebrew: הָגָר,  Hagar,  Hāgār, of uncertain origin Arabic: هاجر‎ Hājar; Greek: Ἄγαρ Agar; Latin: Agar) is a biblical person in the Book of Genesis...
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Sacrifice of Isaac (Caravaggio)
The Sacrifice of Isaac is the title of two paintings from c. 1598 - 1603 depicting the sacrifice of Isaac. The paintings could be painted by the Italian master Caravaggio (1571–1610) but there is also...
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Islamic views on Abraham
Ibrahim (Arabic: إبراهيم, translit.: ʾIbrāhīm, [ʔibraːˈhiːm]), known as Abraham in the Old Testament, is recognized in Islam as a prophet and apostle of God (Arabic: الله‎ Allāh) and patri...
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Sodom and Gomorrah
Sodom and Gomorrah (/ˈsɒd.əm/; /ɡə.ˈmɔr.ə/) were cities mentioned in the Book of Genesis and throughout the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament and in deuterocanonical sources, as well as in the Qur'an an...
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Penuel
In the Hebrew Bible, Penuel (or Pniel, Pnuel; Hebrew פְּנוּאֵל) is a place not far from Succoth, on the east of the Jordan River and north of the river Jabbok. It is also called Peniel "Face of God" ...
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Cave of the Patriarchs
The Cave of the Patriarchs or the Cave of Machpelah (Hebrew: מערת המכפלה,  Me'arat ha-Machpela , trans. "cave of the double tombs") is a term from the Hebrew Bible, and is known by Muslims ...
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Isaac in Islam
Isaac (Arabic: إسحاق‎ or إسحٰق‎ ʾIsḥāq) is recognized as a patriarch, prophet and messenger of God by all Muslims. In Islam, he is known as Ishaq. As in Judaism and Christianity, Isla...
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Abraham and Lot's conflict
Abraham and Lot's conflict (Hebrew: מריבת רועי אברהם ורועי לוט‎, Merivat Roey Avraham Ve'Roey Lot) is a story told in the Book of Genesis, in the weekly Torah portion, Lech-Lecha, that depicts t...
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Lot (Biblical)
Lot (/lɒt/; Hebrew: לוֹט,  Lot,  Lôṭ ; "veil" or "covering") is a person mentioned in the biblical Book of Genesis chapters 11–14 and 19. Notable episodes in his life include his tr...
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Noach (parsha)
Noach, Noiach, Nauach, Nauah, or Noah (נֹחַ, Hebrew for the name "Noah", the third word, and first distinctive word, of the parashah) is the second weekly Torah portion (פָּרָשָׁה, parashah) in the an...
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Battle of the Vale of Siddim
The Battle of the Vale of Siddim, also often called the War of nine Kings, refers to an event in the Hebrew Bible book of Genesis 14:1-12 that occurred in the days of Abram and Lot. The Vale of Siddim...