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==Name==
 
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The name of the pool is said to be derived from the [[Hebrew language]] and/or [[Aramaic language]].
 
The name of the pool is said to be derived from the [[Hebrew language]] and/or [[Aramaic language]].
''[[Beth (Hebrew)|beth]] hesda'' (בית חסד/חסדא), meaning either ''house of mercy''<ref name="Easton's">''Easton's Bible Dictionary''</ref> or ''house of [[divine grace|grace]]''. In both Hebrew and Aramaic the word could also mean 'shame, disgrace'. This dual meaning may have been thought appropriate since the location was seen as a place of disgrace due to the presence of invalids, and a place of grace, due to the granting of healing.<ref name="Cathen">{{cite web |url=http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/02536a.htm |title=Bethsaida (the pool) |work=[[Catholic Encyclopedia]]}}</ref><ref name="InternationalStandard">''International Standard Bible Encyclopedia'' (1995), on ''sheep gate'' and on ''sheep market''</ref><ref name="Carson">D. A. Carson, ''The Gospel according to John'' (1991), page 241</ref><ref name="FyvieBruce">Frederick Fyvie Bruce, ''The Gospel of John'' (1994), page 121-122</ref>
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''[[Beth (Hebrew)|beth]] hesda'' (בית חסד/חסדא), meaning either ''house of mercy''<ref name="Easton's">''Easton's Bible Dictionary''</ref> or ''house of [[divine grace|grace]]''. In both Hebrew and Aramaic the word could also mean 'shame, disgrace'. This dual meaning may have been thought appropriate since the location was seen as a place of disgrace due to the presence of invalids, and a place of grace, due to the granting of healing.<ref name="Cathen">{{cite web |url=http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/02536a.htm |title=Bethsaida (the pool) |work=[[Catholic Encyclopedia]]}}</ref><ref name="InternationalStandard">''International Standard Bible Encyclopedia'' (1995), on ''sheep gate'' and on ''sheep market''</ref><ref name="Carson">D. A. Carson, ''The Gospel according to John'' (1991), page 241</ref><ref name="FyvieBruce">Frederick Fyvie Bruce, ''The Gospel of John'' (1994), page 121-122</ref>Hi my name is joe
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Alternative renderings of the name, appearing in manuscripts of the Gospel of John, include ''Beth-zatha''<ref>''[[Revised Standard Version]]'' marginal note to {{bibleverse||John|5:2|}}</ref> and ''Bethsaida'' (not to be confused with [[Bethsaida]], a town in the [[Galilee]]), although the latter is considered to be a [[Metathesis (linguistics)|metathetical]] corruption by Biblical scholars.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/02536a.htm |title=Bethsaida |publisher=newadvent.org |accessdate=6 October 2010}}</ref>
 
Alternative renderings of the name, appearing in manuscripts of the Gospel of John, include ''Beth-zatha''<ref>''[[Revised Standard Version]]'' marginal note to {{bibleverse||John|5:2|}}</ref> and ''Bethsaida'' (not to be confused with [[Bethsaida]], a town in the [[Galilee]]), although the latter is considered to be a [[Metathesis (linguistics)|metathetical]] corruption by Biblical scholars.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/02536a.htm |title=Bethsaida |publisher=newadvent.org |accessdate=6 October 2010}}</ref>
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