Jesus of Nazareth


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Noun1.Jesus of Nazareth - a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in NazarethJesus of Nazareth - a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)
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If yet another name associated with the New Testament family can now be sited at Talpiot, it becomes a kind of statistical snowball and creates a near-certainty that the tomb of Jesus of Nazareth has been found.
Ted is currently in Italy performing as Jesus of Nazareth in Jesus Christ Superstar 2014, Live at Il Teatro Sistina in Rome, produced and directed by Massimo Romeo Piparo.
Photographer Alistair Morrison said: "My first two choices were Robert Powell who had to be Jesus, recreating the famous role played in Franco Zeffirelli's Jesus of Nazareth, and Julie Walters, who was asked to play Mary Magdalene and they both readily agreed.
In 1975, Powell married his girlfriend, the Pan's People dancer Babs Lord, shortly before he was due to start filming for Jesus of Nazareth on location in Morocco.
Moreover, as a greater than Moses has, by His death on the Cross, led them out of a greater bondage than that of Egypt, the God whom they worship and would follow is He whose name was written on the Cross as JESUS OF NAZARETH.
The ascension encourages contemporary Christians not to seek new messiahs but to confess that Jesus of Nazareth, in all his historical particularity, is Lord.
In Jesus of Nazareth - The Infancy Narratives, Pope Benedict said that no mention of animals appeared in Gospel accounts of Christ's birth.
Firstly, there's no evidence at all that Jesus of Nazareth left his native land or ever sailed any sea larger than a lake called the Sea of Galilee.
From toilet habits, the Sabbath, rituals of the dead, and much more, "Stone and Dung, Oil and Spit" is an excellent read for those curious of the lives of Israelis two thousand years ago, and wants to understand the story of Jesus of Nazareth more completely.
MAY I point out to Barbara Dunn that it is historically documented that Adolf Hitler was indeed a devout Christian who blamed the Jews for the murder of Jesus of Nazareth.
Weaver insists that the God revealed in Jesus of Nazareth is not violent and that therefore we have a theological warrant to stand against all images of God as violent.
The Week That Changed the World: The Complete Easter Story" is a retelling of the final days of Jesus of Nazareth, telling his tale day by day and quoting the Bible as they go for reference.