Definition of Haftorahs
1. haftorah [n] - See also: haftorah
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Literary usage of Haftorahs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of Sacred Literature by John Kitto, Henry Burgess, Benjamin Harris Cowper (1849)
"Dr. A. Benisch is preparing for the press ' The Pentateuch, Hebrew and English (including the haftorahs), being the first part of a Jewish Family and School ..."
2. The Jews of the Nineteenth Century: A Collection of Essays, Reviews, and by W. Ayerst (1848)
"... and haftorahs marked out as our Sabbath portions. The other parts of the Bible rest utterly unknown. Brought out on the Sabbath for the brief space of ..."
3. The Voice...by Oneil McQuick by Oneil McQuick (2005)
"In the same way, the Schema excludes the trinity of the Christian creed as a violation of the Unity of God" (The Pentateuch and haftorahs", JH Hertz, 1941, ..."