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Johanan

(jōhā`năn) [short form of JehohananJehohanan
, in the Bible. 1 Officer of Jehoshaphat. 2 Father of an officer of Jehoiada. 3 Korahite porter. 4 Husband of a foreign wife. 5, 6 Postexilic priests.
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], in the Bible. 1 Captain who led in the rescue of the captives of Ishmael. 2 Descendant of David. 3, 4 Two of David's men. 5 Chief priest. He also appears as Jonathan in the Book of Nehemiah. 6 Son of King Josiah. 7 Father of AzariahAzariah
, common name in ancient Israel, especially among the priests. The following occurrences of the name in the Bible do not necessarily all refer to different persons. 1 Chief officer under Solomon. 2 Chief officer under Solomon.
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 (6.) 8 Father of AzariahAzariah
, common name in ancient Israel, especially among the priests. The following occurrences of the name in the Bible do not necessarily all refer to different persons. 1 Chief officer under Solomon. 2 Chief officer under Solomon.
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 (19.) 9 Head of a family in the return from the Exile. 10 Son of TobiahTobiah
, in the Bible. 1 Ammonite opposed to Nehemiah. 2 Family returned from exile.
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In the second section the same thing happens to Rabbi Johanan himself.
In the weeks that followed, Johanan secretly studied the Gospels and eventually became a believer in Jesus.
Johanan presuming to disparage a biblical figure praised by the Torah as both "righteous" and "perfect".
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He begins with an anecdote about Jewish debates in Babylon on whether to serve Nebuchadnezzar and ends with a tale about a conversation between Johanan ben Zakkai and Vespasian that won Johanan a claim to imperial property near Jamnia, where he founded rabbinic Judaism.
22) He claimed that not only were his correspondents capable of reading his letters, they all praised him excessively, even saying, "From Johanan to Johanan, there arose none like unto Johanan Rittangel.
Yadayim 4:6,(7) but unfortunately they have confused the thesis presented, by attributing the Mishnaic statement, "Behold they say: the bones of an ass are clean, but the bones of Johanan the High priest are unclean," to the Sadducees (p.