Nazarene Then And Now

The word ‘Nazarene’ is one of the 2 Mshikaye communities (Indo: anointed followers) of the Jews in the 1st century. In addition to the Nazarene, there is an Ebionite community who are equally convinced that Yeshua is the long-awaited Jewish Messiah. Both communities are believed to be fragments of the Qumran Essents who are the descendants…

NAZIRITE

THE NAZIRITE The Hebrew word NAZIR is today used for a monk, but the Torah has no place for such celibacy, and only the prophet Moses and certain true Tzaddikim were permitted to separate themselves from “the way of the world”. The Torah NAZIR was not one who separated himself from the world as a…