Biblical vs Mishnaic - What's the difference?

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Biblical is a see also of mishnaic.


As adjectives the difference between biblical and mishnaic

is that biblical is (biblical) while mishnaic is from or referring to the mishnah, the first part of the talmud.

biblical

English

Alternative forms

* Biblical

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Of or relating to the Bible.
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    Tithing is both a quranic and biblical virtue.
  • In accordance with the teachings of the Bible (according to some interpretation of it).
  • Very great; especially, exceeding previous records in scale.
  • of biblical''' proportions''; ''with '''biblical fury

    Antonyms

    * unbiblical

    Coordinate terms

    * quranic, tripitakan, Vedic, Avestan

    Derived terms

    * biblical proportions * biblical studies * know someone in the biblical sense

    mishnaic

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • From or referring to the Mishnah, the first part of the Talmud.
  • In those rabbinical scriptures' Archaic form of Hebrew.
  • Synonyms

    * Mishnic * Mishnical

    See also

    * Biblical * Talmudic