American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- In the New Testament, a garden east of Jerusalem near the foot of the Mount of Olives. It was the scene of Jesus's agony and betrayal.
“[Illustration: GARDEN OF GETHSEMANE.] "'If you visit that garden and look upon its old olive trees, the keeper of the place will tell you that you are in Gethsemane, the spot of our Saviour's betrayal.”
“Faceless in Gethsemane" sounds a bit like the premise of a Ted Chiang story -- "Liking What You See: A Documentary".”
“To whom was Jesus praying in Gethsemane, and Who was speaking to Him and his apostles on the Mount of Transfiguration?”
“Gethsemane is hard to say, and Eden is a much more recognizable garden.”
“_As the word Gethsemane means the "oil press" the "Garden" was in all probability an olive yard, whose actual site, though it cannot be determined with certainty, must have been in the immediate vicinity at least of the spot which age-long tradition indicates as the scene of the Agony.”
“I wrestled in Gethsemane, I cried and I was slain,”
“The word Gethsemane has not been used accurately sometimes.”
“So Jesus in Gethsemane when praying (Lu 22: 44): so "strive”
“All this would be riveting, except that the plot of "Gethsemane" -- in which the web of political corruption is unpicked by an equally reprehensible journalist who seems to have had sex with the Home Minister's under-age daughter -- doesn't really stand up.”
“In both Ted Kosmatka’s “N-Words” and Mark Budz’s “Faceless in Gethsemane,” the defeat of a new social prejudice born out of bioengineering begins, and only one person appreciates that it will be total.”
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