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Posts Tagged: Council of Nicaea

June 4, 2013 12:21 am
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Both Jesus and Paul Lived and Died Dedicated Jews

It's widely acknowledged that Jesus was a thoroughly practicing Jew throughout his life. Anglican Priest Bruce Chilton expressed that conclusion explicitly and...

May 21, 2013 2:17 pm
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Why Christians Were Denied Access to Their Bible for 1,000 Years

The Council of Nicaea called by the Emperor Constantine met in 325 C.E. to establish a unified Catholic Church. At that point no ...

December 26, 2011 11:43 am
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Book Review: Kosher Jesus

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach. Gefen Publishing House. Once again Shmuley Boteach has ventured bravely into an area that most Jews prefer...

Features

Will Palestinian Energy Feud Spark Surge in Violence Against Israel?

JNS.org - The long-running feud between Hamas and Fatah has led to a deepening...

‘Love of Christians’ Touted as Strategic Asset for Israel at Major Policy Conference

JNS.org - The strategic importance of Christian Zionism was highlighted...

Memory of Greek Jewish Metropolis Endures at New Holocaust Museum

JNS.org - Last week’s visit by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, to Thessaloniki, Greece, marked the construction...

World

Top French News Agency Apologizes to Jewish Human Rights Group Over Map Exc...

Agence France-Presse (AFP) has apologized to a leading Jewish human rights organization for publishing a map on its Twitter feed...

Israel

Errant Fire From Syria Strikes Israeli Territory for Second Straight Day

Errant fire from the Syrian civil war spilled over into Israeli territory on Sunday for the second day in a row. The Israel Defense Forces said that several projectiles from Syria...

Middle East

Report: Israel Warns Iran Against Establishment of Hezbollah Weapons Factor...

Israel has been sending messages to Iran via diplomats from European countries, warning that the establishment of Hezbollah weapons factories...

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