star of Bethlehem


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star of Bethlehem

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It is the pearl of great price, it is the Star of Bethlehem, it is our faith in a 'fairest Lord Jesus' whom we shall cherish, honor and adore-very much like the wise men who had not read Jewish or Christian scripture, but who chose to follow their hearts and their souls when they saw the Star of Bethlehem.
Either way, for hundreds of years scientists and theologians alike have been perplexed by the origins of the Star of Bethlehem, One of the most recent studies of historical, astronomical and biblical records suggests the event in 6BC was actually a rare planetary alignment, during which the sun, Jupiter, the moon and Saturn all lay in the constellation Aries.
Scholars of astronomy and theology organized a colloquium in Groningen, The Netherlands in October 2014 where they and scholars from other disciplines offered perspectives on the Star of Bethlehem and the Magi in the story of the birth of Jesus.
lt;BCould the fabled star of Bethlehem have been a comet?
There was music here that male voice choirs have been singing for generations, such as O Holy Night, The Star of Bethlehem and The Holy City, which have the power to take the listener on a journey back to gaslit chapels and Victorian parlours, but there was more up-to-date and rhythmically challenging material too.
She carried a bouquet of champagne and peach roses, dusty pink and ivory Gerbera daisies, white and lavender stock, star of Bethlehem, Queen Anne's lace, and succulent cactus.
ONE of my latest consignments of bulbs is Ornithogalum arabicum - star of Bethlehem.
My stars in the making from a bounty of bulbs ONE of my latest consignments of bulbs is Ornithogalum arabicum - star of Bethlehem.
It comprises impatiens, star of Bethlehem, rock rose, cherry plum and clematis.
Maybe then, for the snip of a second, the Star of Bethlehem shone over Birkenhead, this crusty old pie of a town.
The star of Bethlehem was most probably a supernova, a very bright stellar explosion that lasted for several weeks, according to an astrophysicist and member of the Cyprus Astronomical Society.