- The possibility that Christian experience in the early Church has been put back by the writers of the gospels into the lifetime and ministry of Jesus. The gradual exoneration of Pilate [[➝ Pilate, Pontius]] as the principal agent of Jesus' crucifixion and its transfer to the Jewish leaders reflects the experiences of the Church in the Roman Empire seeking to establish favourable relations with the authorities. The reference (John 3:23) to Aenon, which is difficult to identify, may be an account of the activity of followers of the Baptist still surviving in a later generation and resident in that place.
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retrojection — The washing out of a cavity by the backward flow of an injected fluid. [L. retro, backward, + jacio, to throw] * * * ret·ro·jec·tion (ret″ro jekґshən) [retro + L. jacere to throw] irrigation of a cavity by injection of fluid … Medical dictionary
retrojection — ret·ro·jec·tion … English syllables
retrojection — noun see retroject * * * retrojecˈtion noun • • • Main Entry: ↑retroject … Useful english dictionary
retrojector — A form of syringe with long tubular attachment to the nozzle, used in retrojection … Medical dictionary
Jesus myth theory — The Resurrection of Christ by Noel Coypel (1700). Jesus myth theorists see this as one of a number of stories about dying and rising gods. Description The … Wikipedia
Rétro-futurisme — Le rétro futurisme (adjectif rétro futuriste ou rétro futur) est une tendance dans les arts créatifs montrant l influence des représentations de l avenir produites avant environ 1960. Caractérisé par un mélange de l ancienne… … Wikipédia en Français
tabernacle — A portable sanctuary. There are instructions to build a tabernacle in Exod. (25:8 ff.) and it is duly built (Exod. 35:10 ff.). When completed it consisted of two compartments, the inner being the Holy of Holies containing the Ark [[➝ ark]]. The… … Dictionary of the Bible
retroject — v.t. throw back. ♦ retrojection, n.; Medicine, washing of cavity from within … Dictionary of difficult words
AARON — (Heb. אַהֲרֹן), brother of moses and miriam ; founder of the priesthood in Israel. Biblical Information Aaron belonged to the tribe of levi (Ex. 4:14) and was the elder son of amram and jochebed (ibid. 6:20; Num. 26:59; I Chron. 5:29; 23:13). He… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
CENSUS — The term census derives from the ancient Roman institution of registering adult males and their property for purposes of taxation, military levy, and the determination of political status. However, similar practices are recorded much earlier… … Encyclopedia of Judaism