The Bible Pages, key-word index, section Studies to Syriac

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Section Studies to Syriac
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Studies, studying the Bible

Submission, submitting

Suez – The Exodus: Did the Israelites cross over the Red Sea by the Gulf of Suez, or by the Gulf of Aqaba? Or was it some “reed sea” they went over, as some say? → noa060.htm

Suffering – Why does God allow evil, wars, sickness, pain and suffering? → nwa010.htm



Support, supporting

Susa – Look under the heading “Shushan”.

Sweden – Some writers have claimed that the Swedish people are Israelites, “the tribe of Naphtali”. Is that true? → nya090.htm

Switzerland – Some writers have claimed that the Swiss people are Israelites, “the tribe of Gad”. Is that true? → nya090.htm

Symbols, symbolism

Synagogue, synagogues

Syriac (the language called “Syriac”) – Look under the heading “Aramaic”.

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