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Gehenna

Overview page. Subjects: Biblical Studies.

In Judaism and the New Testament, hell. The name comes via ecclesiastical Latin from Greek geenna, from Hebrew gē' hinnōm ‘hell’, literally ‘valley of Hinnom’, a place near Jerusalem where...

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Gethsemane

Overview page. Subjects: Biblical Studies.

(Map 9). The name of the place in Jerusalem where, according to Matthew 26.36 and Mark 14.32, Jesus was arrested. John does not name it but calls it a garden ...

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Jerusalem

Overview page. Subjects: Religion.

1 See cross.

2 The Ideal or Holy City, a symbol of Paradise as the goal of a pilgrim (or indeed of any Christian), and therefore represented by the centre...

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Kedron

Overview page. Subjects: Christianity.

An alternative form of Cedron.

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Mount of Olives

Overview page. Subjects: Biblical Studies.

The highest point in the range of hills E. of Jerusalem. It appears that Christ often went there. The traditional site of the Ascension was marked by a church known as the ‘Imbomon’, built...

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Valley of Jehoshaphat

Overview page. Subjects: Christianity.

On the basis of Joel 3: 2 and 12, the traditional scene of the Lord's Coming Judgement. Since the 4th cent. ad the name has been used of the valley separating Jerusalem from the Mount of...

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