Talk:Gabriel

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Which Reference?[edit]

I have issue with the reference to Yoma 79A. I just read Yoma 79A and see no mention of Gabriel. Am I missing something, or is that reference just completely wrong? Clever_Kellom 17:48 15 Feb. 2007 (EST)

Sonata Vox Gabrieli[edit]

Added a short bit about the Vox Gabrieli by Sulek. I think this is probably one of the most important music references. Are there any Trombone nerds out there that know more about this piece?

in the section where u say gabrial comes at last ten day of the holy month of ramdan in Lilat al qadar you translated it to the (night of power) when it is relly the (night of destiny)

Error with Milton Book Attribution[edit]

Hello, I noticed an error in the attribution of a line from Milton's Paradise Lost to Book IX, when it is actually in book XI. The line number is correct. I fixed it just now, but since I do not have a Wiki account I fear that it will be reversed. Can someone who has authority to make edits double check this reference and verify that the change is correct. The edit was made to citation 14. Thank you!

144.82.179.25 (talk) 15:57, 10 March 2014 (UTC)

Your edit looks good. Nobody should have a reason to revert it, we will trust your judgement on this. And thank you for the correction! Elizium23 (talk) 16:14, 10 March 2014 (UTC)

Strong Association with Saint Peter[edit]

By induction from the Scriptures and the common unauthorized narratives, Gabriel has a strong association with St. Peter, and visa versa. I can't cite anything, unfortunately, but consider that it is common belief (you may have heard) that Gabriel guards the pearly gates, the Gates of Heaven, and Peter, in juxtaposition, holds the Keys of Heaven, given to him by Jesus, and in the common narrative prospective inductees always meet St. Peter at the Gates of Heaven. idk, maybe they're both there... maybe they share the work in shifts, or maybe they're the same person and an artist formerly of the band Genesis. Regardless, unless its some sacred secret, someone with references maybe ought to write a section with some indunction and conjecture concerning the existence of a strong association with St. Peter. --- me again... here is something interesting: http://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Archangel_Gabriel_and_St._Peter,_Royal_Doors.jpg — Preceding unsigned comment added by 98.77.45.219 (talk) 06:55, 9 October 2014 (UTC)