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di-as'-po-ra. See DISPERSION.

1290. diaspora -- a dispersion (Isr. in Gentile countries)
... 1289, 1290. diaspora. 1291 . ... in Gentile countries) NASB Word Usage dispersed
(1), Dispersion (1), scattered throughout (1). diaspora, a dispersion. ...
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A Fall and a Recovery, 1800-1857.
... power; and the only encouraging signs of progress were the establishment of the
new settlement of Königsfeld in the Black Forest, the Diaspora work in the ...
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The General Epistle of James
... von Ansprachen des Jakobus an die Gemeinde zu Jerusalem," which, he thinks were
taken down by a hearer and sent to the Jewish Christians of the diaspora. Einl. ...
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The Fight for the Gospel; Or, Moravians and Rationalists, 1775 ...
... Church. The fourth method employed by the Brethren was the Diaspora. ... Church.
The Diaspora work was now at the height of its glory. ...
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Book Four. The Modern Moravians, 1857-1907.
... Fifth, there is the Brethren's Diaspora work, which now extends all over Germany.
There is nothing to be compared to this work in England. ...
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... We know that the Jews of the Diaspora at this period were filled with a proselytising
zeal of which the fact is more certain than the details. ...
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... for the history of Judaism.[1] The only alternative to large concessions to the
position of the Dutch radicals is to admit that in the Diaspora the Hellenising ...
/.../lake/landmarks in the history of early christianity/iv corinth.htm

... going. Blessed is the immigrant or diaspora missionary who finds his people
reading them in the new settlements he visits. Next ...
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Landmarks in the History of Early Christianity
... 86 Daniel, 20, 50 David, 19, 47, 53, 68, 104, 105 anointed Son of, 21, 25, 27, 48,
67 kingdom of, 22 Davidic king, 21, 52, 54 Desire, 94, 95 Diaspora, Jews of ...
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The Church and Her Mission, or the Three Constitutional Synods ...
... but we must, of course, bear in mind that most of these congregations were powerful
settlements, that each settlement was engaged in Diaspora work, and that ...
/.../hutton/history of the moravian church/chapter i the church and.htm

The Last Days of Zinzendorf, 1755-1760.
... He had founded the Pilgrim Band at Marienborn, had begun the Diaspora work in the
Baltic Provinces, had gained for the Brethren legal recognition in Germany ...
/.../hutton/history of the moravian church/chapter xv the last days.htm

Diaspora. Dianites, Diaspora. Diblah . Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia DIASPORA.
di-as'-po-ra. See DISPERSION. Dianites, Diaspora. Diblah . ...
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Dispersion (4 Occurrences)
... Easton's Bible Dictionary (Gr. diaspora, "scattered, " James 1:1; 1 Peter
1:1) of the Jews. At various times, and from the operation ...
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Empire (8 Occurrences)
... became their teachers. And in every city of importance, East or West, large
bodies of the Jewish Diaspora were settled. 3. Eclecticism ...
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Fringes (4 Occurrences)
... times such garments were still worn (compare Matthew 9:20; Matthew 14:36; Matthew
23:5). The later Jews, after adopting the garments of the Diaspora, in order ...
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Diblah (1 Occurrence)

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Dianites (1 Occurrence)

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Augustus (4 Occurrences)
... feeling the pressure of the Roman yoke. To the Jews of the eastern Diaspora
he allowed great privileges. It has even been held that ...
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Sanhedrin (19 Occurrences)
... the internal government of the country being practically in its hands (Ant., XX,
x), and it was religiously recognized even among the Diaspora (compare Acts 9:2 ...
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Roman (26 Occurrences)
... became their teachers. And in every city of importance, East or West, large
bodies of the Jewish Diaspora were settled. 3. Eclecticism ...
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Prayer (406 Occurrences)
... Devout Jews, living at Jerusalem, went to the temple to pray (Luke 18:10 Acts
3:1). The pious Jews of the Diaspora opened their windows "toward Jerus" and ...
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