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Nazarene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1842 words)
Nazarene may also mean a member of the Church of the Nazarene.
The name "Nazarene" was also taken by a group of early nineteenth century German Romantic painters: for this usage, see the article Nazarene movement.
Acts 24:5) and geographical position of the sect, lead to the conclusion that the Nazarenes of the 4th century are, in spite of Epiphanius' distinction, to be identified with the Ebionites.
Nazarene (2735 words)
Nazarene is a title by which the Jewish followers of Jesus were referred to in the early years after his death.
Nazarene Judaism has become a term for a subset of messianic Judaism consisting of believers who call themselves Jewish and say that Jesus Christ is the Messiah.
The name of the movement refers to a New Testament prophecy attributed to (though not found in) the Old Testament ("He shall be called a Nazarene.") and the idea that Jesus came from Nazareth.
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