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Discussion in '2004 Archive' started by DON ELLIS, Feb 7, 2004.
did jesus take a nazarite vow
This is your second admonition IAW Titus 3:9-10.
The "J" in Jesus should be a capital "J".
To not use a capital "J" shows disrespect
toward Jesus. There is no showning of
disrespect toward Jesus in this Forum.
It is proper to end a sentance with a
period (.) Please communicate with
proper English protocal. Thank you.
This: "did jesus take a nazarite vow "
Oh yes, a person adjusted to posting
on a bulletin board (bb) will learn to
Capatalize the first word of a sentence
and end whith the appropriate terminal
mark, here a question mark (?).
Only naughty boys will do otherwise.
Did Jesus take a Nazarite vow?
Don, please do a search. There is a large thread on this from just a couple of weeks ago. The answer is NO.
Here's the link to that discussion. It was from a couple of months ago, not weeks. Time sure flies when you're putting out fires!
Click here to read previous thread on Nazarite Vow.
sorry ed that was my first time ever on this site you you have a lot of love to share you are right in every thing you said but my friend please forgive me for my poor typing skills those kind of remarks are found in a night club not a church
Don, Ed said NOTHING untoward! Please do not attack other posters. That is against Baptist Board rules.
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Get him Bro. Don...He`s a greek scholar too.
thank you diana you seem to be very sweet i really needed this imfo for work to witness to a co worker
i did not attack him he was very rude he is right but rude
Jesus did NOT take a nazirite vow.
nazar - Qal perfect 3ms - "he consecrated"
nazir - noun - the untrimmed vine, the consecrated one.
Why would Jesus do that? This was vow of devotion and votary service for a given time period. If anyone in the NT was a nazirite it was John the Baptist. Some think that the reference to Paul shaving his head in Acts 18:18 is the end of a nazirite vow he had taken.
Specifically Jesus touched had contact with corpses and drank wine, both forbidden to the nazirite.
im just a no body trying to tell everybody about somebody that will save any body and i dont need good typing skills to do that sorry ed here is your cap.J and your period .......
thank you charles i do not believe he did i just wanted a little imfo like you just gave me to kindly witness to someone at work that claimed he believed in letting his lots grow long on his head and he ask me to study num 6 and i did so we can discuss this matter further maybe if im kind to him i can show him we dont live under the law any more we have Jesus not ot vows.
I don't know if bro Bynum is still participating on the BB but just for everyone's information the following persons were also Greek scholars:
Dr. John Perin.
Dr. Ralph Hutchinson.
Dr. John Spencer.
These were among many other Greek scholars who labored for several years to translate the Greek New Testament into what is called the The Holy Bible. 1611 edition, King James Version.
I thank you for the "J" and period (.).
Jesus thanks you.
Jesus was a nazarene, not a nazarite. Just a little bit of a difference there (unless you have a real slow Southern drawl, like me).
I have heard others who try to use the same arguement about wearing long hair "because Jesus did." But the Bible does not say that. The Bible does state that Jesus wore sandals, and went about dressed as anyone else in that day did. So when they want to use that arguement, ask them where their robe, tunic, and sandals are.
As far as a nazerite vow, if they are going to claim that, then they have to go all the way with it. They cannot pick and choose, or else they are playing the fool.
Here's Jesus taking His Nazarite vow:
"I will....., I will not ...., So help me God,
Uh, I know Jesus was a Nazarene, that's why He couldn't have had long hair.
Now, figure that one out? Nature does have some things to teach us.
Trotter said, " . . unless they are playing the fool."
By now we've learned that some posters here are not PLAYING the fool. It is a way of life!
Nazarene = one who claims Nazareth as home town (even if not born there)
Nazarite = one who is subject to an extreme vow (which Jesus did not follow on many occasions in his ministry)
thank you dr bob
I wasn't pointing a finger. I have discovered that when you point at someone, three more fingers are pointing back at you. And I fit that description WAY too often!
Uh, you just don't get it, do ya? I, er, I, uh, was joking about the Nazarite vow of Jesus, but as if He did, He would have signed the "contract": God.
The "Fool"/"polished troll"