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prop. n.1.A Nazarite.
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Is he a modern Nazarite or a Hebrew prophet left over from olden times?
Again there is a movement that goes to Pentecost's feasts, Nazarites rites and other ceremonial customs and worshipping at the temple.
Will you judaize like the followers of Corinth, like the Nazarites and Ebionites?
high, hunchbacked with a long face, long nose, and meeting eyebrows, so they who see him might be affrighted, with scanty hair with a parting in the middle of his head, after the manner of the Nazarites, and with an undeveloped beard.
Churches such as the Zionists and Nazarites are renowned for melding elements of traditional beliefs into Christian worship.
but when it was whispered about that the whole was done for effect, just to see what they would say, the Nazarites gave poor Bee the go-by, and prayed for her as that wicked triflcr until it came to the building of their new church, when Bee, who was a natural carpenter, and liked nothing better than lath, and plaster, and rubbish, made the cause her own, and talked, and consulted, and paced the ground and drew a plan herself, which they finally adopted, and ave them a thousand dollars besides.
There are other Christian groups, including Baptists, Seventh-day Adventists, Assemblies of God, the Pentecostal Church, the Pentecostal Assembly, Nazarites, and Jehovah's Witnesses.
In this insightful, sophisticated ethnography, Carol Ann Muller focuses particularly on the experiences and ritual practices of female Nazarites.
23) Out of the post-1820s Baltimore Mutual Aid Society, for example, grew at least three national societies: the Good Samaritans, the Nazarites, and the Galilean Fishermen.
The chapter's strength is in the review of one hundred and ninety texts subdivided to focus on general overviews, Ethiopians, millennarians, Nazarites, and Zionists.
However, Hengel argues that even the requirements relating to High Priests and Nazirites had become considerably relaxed and relativized by the Tannaitic period, so that `the interment of a dead person without relatives, enjoined by the commandment ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]]), cancelled even the prohibition on pollution of the high priests and Nazarites [sic] by a corpse'.
Debate often centres on different visions of the moral crisis and different strategies for moral regeneration and on the meaning of healing--in what sense can Zionist churches, St John's Faith Mission or the Shembe Nazarites claim to be able to heal HIV/AIDS?