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Nazarites and Nazarenes

From old Christadelphian writings A Nazarene is not necessarily a Nazarite. The former is simply the description of a native, or inhabitant, of Nazareth. Therefore, Jesus was called a Nazarene (Matt. ii. 23). A Nazarite was one who was under … Lees verder

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David’s Punishment

Apparently, there is a glaring contradiction between 2 Samuel xxiv. 18, and 1 Chronicles xxi. 12; for, where-as the former says the alternative punishment offered David was “seven years’ famine”, in the latter we are told it was “three years”. … Lees verder

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