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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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We only ask that the Israeli ambassador and Netanyahu reciprocate by coming up to speed on the coins of the Tyrians and Galileans and Nabateans and the coins of ancient Phoenician and the Greek city-states along the coast of Palestine, Galilee and Lebanon.
Prayers mark the day in the morning, afternoon and evening, with the Galileans rising in unison to pray the 'Hail Mary' fervently.
Although many of their measurements were of the already well-studied Galilean satellites, they also hoped to lay the wires of their filar micrometer on little Amalthea, the fifth satellite of Jupiter, which had been discovered visually by E.
The Galilean moons - Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto - are just large enough to be seen through a pair of binoculars and are easily seen when using a telescope as four points of light around the disc of Jupiter.
After surveying ceramic, numismatic, architectural, and other evidence, Root concludes that first-century Galileans and Judeans shared a "common ancestry, culture, and religion" (179).
It should not be lost on any of us that Pilate and Galileans are, in part, the subject of Jesus' commentary.
So far as he could tell the Christians did not appreciate his generosity: "Such is the restless rage of these Galileans that they deplore their inability any longer to devour one another.
In three Gospels the risen Lord sends the disciples to Galilee where they will see him (Mt 28:7; Mk 16:7; Jn 21:1); Luke does not send them back to Galilee, but at Pentecost the speakers are identified as Galileans (Acts 2:7).
First, some people talk to Jesus about a group of Galileans massacred by Pilate.
No, he made it clear that this was not his meaning, "Do you think that these Galileans were worse sinners than all the other Galileans because they suffered this way?
Finally, his need to pen a refutation of Julian's Against the Galileans shows equally that paganism in Egypt subsisted and that the Church had not suppressed the emperor's book; Cyril demolished it point-by-point, with ample quotation, as Origen had dealt with Celsus and Athanasius with Arius.