of or in the Bible:
a Biblical name.
in accord with the Bible.
evocative of or suggesting the Bible or Biblical times, especially in size or extent:
disaster on a Biblical scale; a Biblical landscape.
Diet Like Jesus: What the Bible Says About How to Eat Candida Moss October 14, 2013
Christian Bale: One Man’s Moses Is Another Man’s Terrorist Candida Moss, Joel Baden December 6, 2014
Yes, Megyn Kelly, Santa Can Be Black (and Jesus, Too) Jamelle Bouie December 11, 2013
Netanyahu Swims Against Iranian Diplomatic Current Ali Gharib October 1, 2013
Is God Evil? The Daily Beast March 10, 2009
Archology and the Bible George A. Barton
Chaldea Znade A. Ragozin
Holy in Christ Andrew Murray
Jewish Literature and Other Essays Gustav Karpeles
The Testimony of the Rocks Hugh Miller
of, occurring in, or referring to the Bible
resembling the Bible in written style
- Biblical aramaic
a Semitic language that was the vernacular in Palestine in the time of Christ and in which a few sections of the Old Testament are written. noun the form of Aramaic that was the common language of Palestine in New Testament times. It was widespread throughout the Persian Empire from the 5th century and is […]
- Biblical hebrew
the Hebrew language used in the Old Testament. Abbreviation: BiblHeb. Historical Examples The American Language Henry L. Mencken The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria Morris Jastrow Chapters on Jewish Literature Israel Abrahams Expositor’s Bible: Index S. G. Ayres
- Biblical latin
the form of Latin used in the translation of the Bible and that became current in western Europe at the beginning of the Middle Ages. noun the form of Latin used in versions of the Bible, esp the form used in the Vulgate See also Late Latin
of or in the Bible: a Biblical name. in accord with the Bible. evocative of or suggesting the Bible or Biblical times, especially in size or extent: disaster on a Biblical scale; a Biblical landscape. Contemporary Examples Can Goldman Find God? Jacki Zehner, Katharine Rhodes Henderson November 13, 2009 The GOP’s Vote for Hate—and Suicide […]