Habakkuk

Prophet in, and book of, the Old Testament. ...
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Habakkuk

Habacuc noun an Old Testament book telling Habakkuk`s prophecies
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Habakkuk

[fanzine] Habakkuk was a science fiction fanzine edited by Bill Donaho. It was nominated for the 1961, 1967 and 1995 Hugo Awards for Best Fanzine. Habakkuk (named after the editor`s cat) was published in three phases, which Donaho referred to as `Chapters`. Chapter I consisted of six issues (referred to as `Verses`) published from February ...
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Habakkuk

Habakkuk (hubak'uk) , prophetic book of the Bible. It is a collection of oracles, perhaps three in number, delivered against the backdrop of the Babylonian threat to Judah in c.600 B.C. The first—a dialogue between the prophet and God—asks how God can remain silent when the wicked pr...
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Habakkuk

Habakkuk (or Habcuc) was an ancient Hebrew prophet. His name is given to the book in the Old Testament containing his oracles and canticle.
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