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BUPERS MANUAL C-10312 . The old Navy Regulations
DD257 N General Discharge ( General (Under Honorable Conditions) Discharge Certificate (DD Form 257 )
Basically, the Pharisee Gamaliel pointed out to the Jews that in the past others have come and stirred up a movement which, when the leader died, so did the movement soon afterwards. He suggested that they leave the Apostles alone and if it is not from God it too would die out. But if it were God's will, there truly was nothing any human could do to stifle it.Acts 5:33-39New International Version (NIV) 33 When they heard this, they were furious and wanted to put them to death. 34 But a Pharisee named Gamaliel, a teacher of the law, who was honored by all the people, stood up in the Sanhedrin and ordered that the men be put outside for a little while. 35 Then he addressed the Sanhedrin: "Men of Israel, consider carefully what you intend to do to these men. 36 Some time ago Theudas appeared, claiming to be somebody, and about four hundred men rallied to him. He was killed, all his followers were dispersed, and it all came to nothing. 37 After him, Judas the Galilean appeared in the days of the census and led a band of people in revolt. He too was killed, and all his followers were scattered. 38 Therefore, in the present case I advise you: Leave these men alone! Let them go! For if their purpose or activity is of human origin, it will fail.39 But if it is from God, you will not be able to stop these men; you will only find yourselves fighting against God."Answer:On the contrary, Rabbi Gamliel instituted a daily paragraph of prayer directed against the early Christians and other non-traditional groups (Sadducees, Essenes). Talmud, Berakhot 28b. Thus, while he didn't call for violent means, he did however invoke God to intervene.
3700 years ago, in the lifetime of Abraham.Answer:Judaism; as religion and not as a race; started by revelation of Torah to prophet Moses while he was in Sinai (Egypt). The claim that the Judaism religion started with prophet Abraham is not agreeable to some people as prophet Abraham was selected by God to call his people to submit to God as the one and only one God and to abandon worshiping Idols and never called his people to Judaism as the Torah was not yet revealed by God. it was around 1300 BC. Answer:The tradition of the Jewish people, and the Torah Sages and Talmud, is that Abraham founded the religion of Judaism. He lived 3800 years ago. This tradition is implicit in many passages in the prophets (e.g. Isaiah 41:8) and throughout the Talmud (e.g. Yoma 28b) and is borne out by a reading of Genesis. God calls himself "the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob" eighteen times in the Torah, and that is how we address Him every day in the Shemoneh Esrei prayer.However, Abraham and his descendants observed their traditions voluntarily, until the Giving of the Torah to Moses 3325 years ago, when God made it obligatory.Abraham (18th century BCE) came from ancestry that had been God-fearing a couple of centuries earlier but had afterwards slipped into idolatry (Joshua 24:2). Nimrod, the idolatrous tyrant, had brought Abraham's father (Terah) from the Semitic ancestral seat near the conjunction of the Balikh and the Euphrates, and instated him in a position of power in his army in the royal Babylonian city of Ur. Nimrod persecuted any who would question his idolatrous cult.The Kuzari (Rabbi Judah HaLevi, 1075-1141) states that Abraham was gifted with high intelligence; and, as Maimonides (1135-1204) describes, Abraham didn't blindly accept the ubiquitous idolatry. The whole populace had been duped, but the young Abraham contemplated the matter relentlessly, finally arriving at the conclusion that there is One God and that this should be taught to others as well. This is what is meant by his "calling out in the name of the Lord" (Genesis ch.12). As a young man, he remonstrated with passersby in public, demonstrating to them the falsehood of their idols; and our tradition tells how he was threatened and endangered by Nimrod. Later in life, God said to Abraham in prophecy to move to the Holy Land, which is where Abraham raised his family.He continued his contemplations, eventually arriving at the attitudes and forms of behavior which God later incorporated into the Torah given to Moses. Abraham taught disciples (Talmud, Yoma 28b), gave tithes (Genesis ch.14), strove to raise a family (Genesis ch.15, 17, and 24) which would serve God, made a covenant with God (Genesis ch.15 and 17), welcomed guests into his home (Genesis ch.18) unlike the inhospitable Sodomites (Genesis ch.19), prayed for people (Genesis ch.18), rebuked others when necessary (Genesis ch.20), eulogized and buried the deceased (Genesis ch.23), and fulfilled God's will unquestioningly (Genesis ch.22). He became renowned as a prince of God (Genesis 23:6).It is therefore clear why God expresses His love for Abraham (Isaiah 41:8) and calls Himself the God of Abraham (Genesis 26:24), and says that Abraham obeyed Him fully (Genesis 26:5). And this is why, according to our tradition, Abraham is credited with having founded the religion which became known as Judaism.AnswerMy understanding is that prophet Abraham is called the father of prophets as he called his people to worship one and only one God and that he himself fully submitted to God to the extent that when he destroyed the idols and the unbelievers put him in fire God made the fire not affecting him and this was a miracle by God to his prophet Abraham (or Ibrahim as called by in Middle East). Judaism as religion with specific ritual worships; from my understanding; started by God through prophet Moses by revelation of the Torah and not before.
The culture of the Israelites was the Torah.The Torah and the Prophets played a vast role in the shaping of Israelite (Jewish) culture, because they are Judaism. They define it. Judaism entails living according to them. The Hebrew Bible reiterated the teachings of Abraham (Talmud, Yoma 28b) and codified their exact details; and at Mount Sinai, the Israelites accepted as obligatory what had until then been national custom. The Torah and Prophets have shaped our ways of thinking and provided a national legal code:Practicing kindness and avoiding dishonesty became obligatory instead of merely proper.Agriculture in the Holy Land included tithes to be given to the Levites and Kohens, thus providing for a scholarly class of people. One of the tithes was given to the poor, thus obviating the existence of starvation.Immorality and incest were legislated against in detail. Instead of instinct or "crimes against nature," they were subsumed into religious law.The roles of king, prophet, Kohen, Levite, officers and judges were all provided for in the Torah, thus defining the shape of the society and its institutions and providing certain balances.The Israelite year was filled out with the Sabbaths and national festivals; and they were imbued with the function of worshiping God instead of being secular celebrations.The judges were commanded to fear God, instead of relying on their skills of jurisprudence alone.The laws of the Tabernacle (and later the Holy Temple), and commands to love God and fulfill all of the commandments, were written in the Torah together with (and mixed among) the seemingly mundane laws of testimony and witnesses (etc.), in order to convey the message that for us it is all part of religion. Secular life was a foreign concept. For example, a shopkeeper would be constantly aware of the religious laws of maintaining honest scales, giving a tithe to the poor (maaser kesafim), not overcharging, returning lost objects left behind, etc.; and he would set aside times for the daily prayers.The above are just a few examples.Hebrew (Israelite) society wasn't perfect. We are human; and as seen in the Prophets, there were times of backsliding and various pitfalls. But to the extent that the people kept their national laws and tradition, the society was exemplary and created a model which has influenced the Western world down to today.See also:How do our Jewish beliefs affect us?Jewish life in IsraelMore about the Hebrew BibleJewish history timeline
Tradition states that Abraham founded Judaism in the 18th century BCE.Abraham was gifted with high intelligence; and, as Maimonides (1135-1204) describes, Abraham didn't blindly accept the ubiquitous idolatry. The whole populace had been duped, but the young Abraham contemplated the matter relentlessly, finally arriving at the conclusion that there is One God and that this should be taught to others as well. This is what is meant by his "calling out in the name of the Lord" (Genesis ch.12). As a young man, he remonstrated with passersby in public, demonstrating to them the falsehood of their idols; and our tradition tells how he was threatened and endangered by Nimrod.Subsequently, Terah relocated to Harran; and it is here that Abraham began to develop a circle of disciples (Rashi commentary, on Genesis 12:5). Later, God told Abraham in prophecy to move to the Holy Land, which is where he raised his family. He continued his contemplations, eventually arriving at the attitudes and forms of behavior which God later incorporated into the Torah given to Moses.Abraham became the greatest thinker of all time. His originality, perseverance, strength of conviction, and influence, cannot be overestimated.He founded the Jewish people and lived to see his work live on in the persons of Isaac and Jacob; and he taught many other disciples (Talmud, Yoma 28b).Abraham entered into a covenant with God (Genesis ch.15 and 17), welcomed guests into his home (Genesis ch.18) unlike the inhospitable Sodomites (Genesis ch.19), prayed for people (Genesis ch.18), eulogized and buried the deceased (Genesis ch.23), and fulfilled God's will unquestioningly (Genesis ch.22). He became renowned as a prince of God (Genesis 23:6).The practices of Abraham were based upon the ways of God. These were the teachings of Abraham and his descendants (unlike idolatry, which had no moral character; with worship of the gods accompanied by things such as human sacrifice, "sacred" prostitution, and animal worship). It is therefore clear why God expresses His love for Abraham (Isaiah 41:8) and calls Himself the God of Abraham (Genesis 26:24), and says that Abraham obeyed Him fully (Genesis 26:5).The gravesite of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and their wives (Genesis 49:29-32) is located in Hebron and has been known and attested to for many centuries.
I find two different answers as to when the last mission was flown. But it seems that Captain Morgan didn't fly the Memphis Belle on its 25th mission. The Memphis Belle's 25 mission was on 19 May 1943 to Kiel, Germany. Missions of the 324th Bomb Squadron , 91st Bomb Group (40) Keroman 17 May 1943A/C PILOT CLAIMS CASUALTIES BATTLE DAMAGE REMARKS485 Capt. Morgan 1-0-0 None None Bombs on target.480 Lt. DeBaum None None None Mostly in target area.053 Lt. Smith None None None Hits on aiming point.515 Capt Gaitley 1-0-0 None None Perfect weather.031 Lt. Jackson 1-0-1 None Minor Explosions in target area857 Lt Freschauf None None None Hits on sub. Pens.970 Lt. Cox None None None Bombed with 306th Group.Target: - Platform for pulling U-Boats out of water.Squadron Losses: - NoneGroup Losses: - NoneRemarks: - Practically all bombs of this Group fell in target area,beginning short of target and stringing through M.P.I. Smoke andlarge fires visible long after leaving French coast.(41) Kiel 19 May 1943A/C PILOT CLAIMS CASUALTIES BATTLE DAMAGE REMARKS480 Lt. DeBaum Abortive- #3 engine fuel pump out.857 Lt. Miller 1-0-0 None None None970 Capt. Gaitley None None None Smoke screen at target.487 Lt. Freschauf None None Slight JU 88 out of range firingcannon031 Lt. Jackson None None None Air to air bombing.053 Lt. Smith None None Slight Bombs on target.485 Lt. Anderson None None None NoneTarget: - Turban engine workshop and engineering workshop.Squadron Losses: - NoneGroup Losses: - One (10 missing)Remarks: Results questionable, Much smoke in target area. Lt. Baxley, 322nd, lost. If I read this right, a/c 485 is the Memphis Belle and the mission on the 17th was its last one. Captain Morgan and crew flew their last mission on 17 May to Lorient or Keroman(as listed above).Links http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memphis_Belle_%28B-17%29 USAF Museumhttp://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/questions/topic.asp?id=510
The cast of 28B Camden Street - 1965 includes: Peter Peri as Himself - Narrator
The Electric Company - 1971 28B 6-28 was released on: USA: 24 November 1976
The GCF is 1.
The Ketzatzah ceremony is described in the Talmud, Ketubot 28b.
I would say 28B to 30B, about average.
According to tradition, Abraham began the practices of Judaism 3800 years ago (Talmud, Yoma 28b).
THESE WERE MADE IN THE 1950'S ERA
One person concerning whom that expression is used is Rabbi Yochanan ben Zakkai, in Talmud Berakhot 28b.
can i get a generater for a johnson RDS-28B...serial no..C476429
4 x h x b + b2 = 165 4 x 7 x b + b2 = 165 28b + b2 = 165 0 = b2 + 28b - 165 using quadratic formula b = 5
The next size up, based on band size, is 30A. The next bra size up, based on cup size, is a 28B or, in some sizes, 28AA.