panim

panim

(ˈpeɪnɪm) Christianity
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a heathen or pagan
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) non-Christian
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
Mean while the winged Haralds by command Of Sovran power, with awful Ceremony And Trumpets sound throughout the Host proclaim A solemn Councel forthwith to be held At PANDAEMONIUM, the high Capital Of Satan and his Peers: thir summons call'd From every and Band squared Regiment By place or choice the worthiest; they anon With hundreds and with thousands trooping came Attended: all access was throng'd, the Gates And Porches wide, but chief the spacious Hall (Though like a cover'd field, where Champions bold Wont ride in arm'd, and at the Soldans chair Defi'd the best of Panim chivalry To mortal combat or carreer with Lance) Thick swarm'd, both on the ground and in the air, Brusht with the hiss of russling wings.
"Benny's Gift" is a perfect way to highlight the teaching from Pirkei Avos: Hevei m'kabel kol ahdam b'sei'ver panim yafos.
(1) The present article focuses on the relatively recent interpretation of this age-old tension in Shimon Adaf's third novel, Panim zeruvei hamah.
In Exodus 25:30, God commands the Israelites to bake "shewbread": "And thou shalt set upon the table shewbread for me always." "Shewbread" or "showbread" is the King James Bible's translation of the Hebrew phrase lechem panim, which can also be taken to mean "bread of the presence" or, more literally still, "bread of faces." All these translations hint at the most important thing about this offering, which is that it remains on display in the Temple all week longon show in the presence of God.
Other prominent examples that populate this emergent category include Birthright Israel; AVODAH's Jewish Service Corps; the Adamah Jewish farming fellowship; Panim el Panim political advocacy seminars; and Limmud learning conferences.
"Between Art and a Political-Feminist Agenda", Panim, 2010, 49, pp.
"More and more Israelis are getting married outside the rabbinate," said Michal Berman, chief executive of Panim, an umbrella group representing Israeli Jewish pluralist organizations, which perform Orthodox, liberal and secular weddings in defiance of the rabbinate.
Begins with Kabbal Panim featuring Hanukkah treats, musical singalong and dreidel spinning.
It almost seems that Isaac is experiencing a form of personal "hester panim"--God hiding His face, so to speak, from Isaac with respect to his sons.
(34) Berkovitz is known for his exegesis of God's apparent absence during the Nazi atrocities through the reference of hester panim. (35) This classical concept of the Torah taken from the book of Deuteronomy refers to the divine face of God being hidden at certain times in order to respect humanity's use of free will.