Scribes: Acted as Religious Teachers
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Nehemiah 8:2-6
And Ezra the priest brought the law before the congregation both of men and women, and all that could hear with understanding, on the first day of the seventh month.
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Be Ye Doers of the Word, not Hearers Only, Deceiving Your Own ...
... opposition to the doctrine of the scribes and pharisees ... religious practice to the
exclusion of religious doctrine, are ... church has for a long time acted too much ...
/.../finney/lectures to professing christians/be ye doers of the.htm

None Greater than John the Baptist, Yet. . .
... day a chair is set for him at their religious feasts ... subject: "And they asked Him,
saying, The scribes say that ... of meekness was speaking in John as acted in his ...
// the baptist/xii none greater than john.htm

The Organization of the Apostolic Church.
... of individuals to meet together for religious fellowship, should also ... The scribes
were the men of learning, like ... interpreted, merely shews that he acted on the ...
/.../killen/the ancient church/chapter iii the organization of.htm

The Ministerial Office
... the New Testament they are usually termed scribes, or nomikoi ... Hence the same person
acted as Priest and Prophet ... into deserts, or they built religious houses; or ...
/.../wesley/sermons on several occasions/sermon 115 the ministerial office.htm

The Old Testament Canon from Its Beginning to Its Close.
... not merely a political but a religious hope, implying ... with Ezra, seeing how he acted,
would naturally ... of democratic council, consisting of scribes, doctors or ...
/.../davidson/the canon of the bible/chapter ii the old testament.htm

On the Interpretation of Scripture
... Are its maxims to be modified by experience, or acted upon in defiance of ... In this
instance it seems as if religious teachers had failed to gather those ...
/.../on the interpretation of scripture.htm

Our First Proposition Was, that There is Satisfactory Evidence ...
... Mary; or the founders of our religious sects since ... sensations, or consciousnesses
of being acted upon by ... people around him, and before Scribes and Pharisees ...
/.../paley/evidences of christianity/chapter i our first proposition.htm

The Lord Coming to his Temple
... the most malicious, for many of them acted against the ... sanctity and outward strictness
of the Scribes and Pharisees ... who till then were reputed religious by the ...
// vol 1/sermon iv the lord coming.htm

The Epistle of St. James
... Abraham acted on his faith. ... James, from the religious side, uses a similar military
metaphor. ... in the perverted prayer of ver.3. Some early scribes were puzzled ...
/.../moffat/the general epistles james peter and judas/the epistle of st james.htm

The Deputation from Jerusalem - the Three Sects of the Pharisees ...
... to identify Pharisaism, as a religious direction, with ... traditionalism itself, or
that Scribes and Pharisees are ... with their opponents, and they acted as members ...
/.../the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter ii the deputation from.htm



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Scribes: Families Celebrated for Furnishing: Levi

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Scribes: Illustrated of Well Instructed Ministers of the Gospel

Scribes: Modern were Doctors of the Law

Scribes: Modern were Frequently Pharisees

Scribes: Modern: Active in Procuring Our Lord's Death

Scribes: Modern: Condemned by Christ for Hypocrisy

Scribes: Modern: Esteemed Wise and Learned

Scribes: Modern: Often offended at out Lord's Conduct and Teaching

Scribes: Modern: Persecuted the Christians

Scribes: Modern: Regarded As Interpreters of Scripture

Scribes: Modern: Sat in Moses' Seat

Scribes: Modern: Tempted Our Lord

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Scribes: Modern: Wore Long Robes and Loved Pre-Eminence

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