Galilean

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Galilean

a. the. an epithet of Jesus Christ (?4 bc--?29 ad), the founder of Christianity
b. a Christian
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One might as well ask the Scots not to celebrate St Andrew, a Galilaean, and the Irish to discard St Patrick, who was born in Wales -or perhaps we should abandon Watt and Murdock as Birmingham heroes because they were born in Scotland.
This, by the way, would later give Ibsen the inspiration for one of his most rarely produced plays, Emperor and Galilaean.
He who was a Roman or a Frank is now a Galilaean, or an inhabitant of Palestine .