HOREB , the
See also:ancient seat of Yahweh, the tribal
See also:god of the
See also:Kenites, adopted by His
See also:covenant by
See also:Israel . This is the name preferred by the Elohistic writer (E) whose
See also:work is interwoven into the Old Testament narrative, and he is followed by the Deuteronomist school (D) . The Yahwistic writer (J), on the other
See also:hand, prefers to
See also:call the
See also:Sinai (q.v.), and so do the priestly writers (P) . This latter
See also:form became the more usual . There is no ground for distinguishing between Horeb as the range and Sinai as the single mountain, or between Horeb and Sinai as respectively the N. and S. parts of the range .
HOREHOUND (0. Eng. harhune, Ger. Andorn, Fr. marrub...
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