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Noun1.Juda - an ancient kingdom of southern Palestine with Jerusalem as its centerJuda - an ancient kingdom of southern Palestine with Jerusalem as its center
Canaan, Holy Land, Promised Land, Palestine - an ancient country in southwestern Asia on the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea; a place of pilgrimage for Christianity and Islam and Judaism
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To whom thus Jesus patiently replied:-- "Yet wealth without these three is impotent To gain dominion, or to keep it gained-- Witness those ancient empires of the earth, In highth of all their flowing wealth dissolved; But men endued with these have oft attained, In lowest poverty, to highest deeds-- Gideon, and Jephtha, and the shepherd lad Whose offspring on the throne of Juda sate So many ages, and shall yet regain That seat, and reign in Israel without end.
Amman, Jumada I 26, 1435, Mar 27, 2014, SPA -- Jordanian Foreign Minister Nassir Juda met here today with British Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa at Foreign and Commonwealth Office Hugh Robertson.
Juda told his family that before his flight to Seoul on November 7, Israeli airport personnel interrogated him, ordered him to undress and confiscated his personal belongings.
Singer-songwriter Rebecca Francescatti claims 25-yearold Gaga has ripped off her 1999 song, Juda.
Ken Dean, High Plains Journal, recruited David Juda.
Most scientists are trained for academic careers and receive little or no exposure to small business careers during their formal training," says Jiahong Juda, a Ph.
com)-- MTS Management Group and renowned metal guitar virtuoso, Xander Demos (James Rivera, Sabbath Judas Sabbath, XDB) has announced the track listing for his upcoming EP release, scheduled for late spring.
The kiss with which Judas Iscariot betrayed his Lord, Jesus Christ, 2,000 years ago in the garden of Gethsemane, still has the power to shock thanks to the betrayal that went with it.
When Stephen Adly Guirgis' 2005 play "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot'' debuted Off-Broadway in 2005, Frank Bartucca was one of the first people to see it.
Judas of Nazareth: How the Greatest Teacher of First-Century Israel Was Replaced by a Literary Creation is for any collection strong in either new age for alternative Christianity, and here provides a survey that uses the histories of Josephus, Tacitus, Pliny and the Dead Sea Scrolls to argue that the "Jesus" of the Bible was actually a composite of peoples.
Joyette feels it is unchristian to think of Judas anywhere else.