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(Sol′o‧mon) [from a root meaning "peace"]. Son of King David of the line of Judah; king of Israel from 1037 to 998 B.C.E. The Bible record, after reporting the dea…th of the son born to David through his illicit relations with Bath-sheba, continues: "And David began to comfort Bath-sheba his wife. Further, he came in to her and lay down with her. In time she bore a son, and his name came to be called Solomon. And Jehovah himself did love him. So he sent by means of Nathan the prophet and called his name Jedidiah, for the sake of Jehovah." (2Sa 12:24, 25) Solomon later had three full brothers, sons of David and Bath-sheba: Shimea, Shobab, and Nathan.-1Ch 3:5. Islamic answer And to Dawud(David) We gave Sulai'man(Solomon). How excellent a slave! Verily, he was ever oft returning in repentance (to Us)! And Sulai'man inherited (the knowledge of) Dawud. He said: "O mankind! We have been taught the language of birds, and on us have been bestowed all things. This, verily, is an evident grace (from Allah)." And there were gathered before Sulai'man his hosts of jinns and men, and birds, and they were all set in battle order (marching forwards). (27:15-17 Quran). _________________________________________________________________ Additional Comments: Solomon is black not white.
Solomon was the son of David according to the bible.
Solomon built a temple for god and wrote the book of Ecclesiastes. He composed 3,000 parables, and 1,005 poems. He also had 700 wives and 300 concubines. In order to form al…liances with neighboring territories, the daughters of the leaders of various city-states were sent to marry the king. In doing so, they had to convert to Judaism. Solomon felt that his great wisdom and spirituality would enable him to stay focused on his responsibilities despite the limits 'suggested' by the Torah.
yes king Solomon was wise because in the bible it says he was very smart and wise because God gave Solomon three wishes and one of them was to be wise Jake Solomon is not …though i know jakey boy ain't wise
King Solomon was mostly referring to his "beloved wife" in Song of Solomon.
A:The defining legend of Solomon was his great wisdom, which the Bible says was given to him by God. If there really was a King Solomon, the Bible says that he was the wisest …of kings. Solomon was certainly not wise when he first succeeded David. At 1Kings 1:52, he said that he would not harm Adonijah as long as he showed himself a worthy man. However, in chapter 2, he ordered the death of Adonijah merely because he sought Solomon's approval to marry a woman. He punished the priest Abiathar, who had previously helped Adonijah, and Joab who did not, although he later befriended him. Then he ordered Shimei, who had not been allied with Adonijah, never to leave Jerusalem. Afterwards, Shimei briefly left Jerusalem to recapture and bring back his slaves, so Solomon had him killed. Solomon has demonstrated his lack of good judgement, as a foil for the qualities he would soon display. Shortly after this, Solomon, in a dream, asked God for wisdom. God simply granted Solomon wisdom. We can see how successfully Solomon received that wisdom by looking at the biblical account of Solomon after he is said to have received wisdom. Soon after God granted Solomon wisdom, two women asked for judgement over the ownership of a small baby. In this episode, Solomon gave his most famous judgement, the only biblical example of his great wisdom. Solomon, with his profound wisdom, just knew that only one woman would be willing to give up her claim to the child rather than have it killed. Whether the insight this passage describes was really wise can be a matter for our own judgement. According to the Bible, Solomon demonstrated no political wisdom, nor even sufficient common sense to govern wisely in the interests of his own son's succession to the throne of the United Monarchy. The Bible tells us that Solomon's reckless spending and swingeing taxes, maintained by his son, were the cause of the breakup of the United Monarchy. In spite of his supposedly personal knowledge of God, 1 Kings chapter 11 says that he unwisely began to worship other gods. Solomon might well have received this gift of wisdom from God just as the Bible says, but it seems he did not have the wisdom to use that gift.
he was the wisest king and he built the temple to the Lord.
The phrase could refer to, among other scandals, the Salomon Brothers scandal in which fraudulent trading of treasury bonds occurred. Martin Mayer has written about the bond s…candal in Nightmare on Wall Street: Salomon Brothers and the Corruption of the Marketplace. The Solomon Scandals--with exactly the same spelling of "Solomon" as the question's--also exists. It's a novel published by Twilight Times Books and partly inspired by two real-life events: the deadly Skyline Towers collapse in a Washington suburb and a senator's secret and illegal investment in a CIA-occupied building a few miles away. The book includes a nuclear-power scandal and, above all, media-related ones. I'm the writer. Yes, the nuclear scandal was in the novel long before the tragic events in Japan. And, no, I didn't plant the question. Just ran across it via my Web site records and Google and joined WikiAnswers.
It was Islam. Islam means full submission to God. All God creations in the universe were created on the belief of Islam. Only humankind when created were honored by the freedo…m of choice. Accordingly, they either remain on the natural belief of full submission to God (that is Islam) or deny God or worship partners to God. The mission of all God prophets is calling people to Islam. Refer to question below for more information.
Solomon Grundy was a DC comics character based on a nursery rhyme Born on a Monday Christened on Tuesday Married on Wednsday Took ill on Thursday Grew worse on Friday Died on …Saturday Buried on Sunday This is the end of Solomon Grundy
In The Bible
Strengths were his wisdom. Short comings were that he had many wives and concubines (700 & 300) and they turned his heart from God.
If you mean the Old Testament Solomon, then no. The Solomon Islands are in the southwestern Pacific, many thousands of miles from the biblical lands. The first European to l…and on the Solomons did think he had arrived at Solomon's lands -- he had no idea where he was, in fact, because no one could do longitude in those days. However, the name stuck.
Solomon was the 3rd king of Israel, after King Saul and King David. King Solomon built the First Temple (1 Kings ch.6) and ruled over the Israelites at the height of their glo…ry.
Solomon Joseph Solomon was born in 1860.