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Definitions

  1. Apostate (n.) is a pejorative term used by members of one church or religion to refer to someone who has left that church or religion.
  2. Julian the Apostate was a younger, paternal half-brother to this Empress.
  3. Julian the Apostate is worth getting to know.

Forbidden

  1. It is forbidden to give an apostate to eat of the Paschal Offering.

Conversion

  1. Commonly referred to as Julian the Apostate in Christian sources for his supposed conversion to a late form of Neoplatonic Hellenism.

Saint

  1. When Julian the Apostate learned about the actions of the saint, he ordered him locked up in prison.

Someone

  1. Only someone who is circumcised can perform the sacrifice, and conversely, a Jewish apostate is forbidden to eat from the Korban.

Claims

  1. Vast numbers of Jews in the Jewish diaspora accepted his claims, even after he became a Jewish apostate with his conversion to Islam in 1666.

Person

  1. A person who abandons Islam and adopts atheism is called an apostate.

Law

  1. Ebionites, however, denounced Paul as an apostate from the Law and a false apostle.

Sharia

  1. I have been declared an apostate twice, for opposing the Sharia [Islamic law].

Title

  1. Julian the Apostate crossed over to Asia, his title of Augustus undisputed, and never returned to Europe.
  2. Ye gods, folks, this issue has been discussed to death, and there's never been any consensus to move this page from the title "Julian the Apostate".

Latter Case

  1. However, in the latter case, the person loses standing as a member of the Jewish community and becomes known as an apostate.

Muslim Community

  1. The property of an apostate after his execution is to be shared by the Muslim community.

Helena

  1. Her paternal aunts included Constantina, wife of first Hannibalianus and secondly Constantius Gallus, and Helena, wife of Julian the Apostate.

Common Term

  1. Seems to me that "Julian the Apostate" is still the most common term in scholarship.

Redirect

  1. Of course "Julian the Apostate" should redirect here, so that people can find it easily.

Short Reign

  1. The short reign of Julian the Apostate was not capable to improve its situation.

Jesus

  1. The Judaic Ebionites held closely to Mosaic law and regarded Jesus as a miracle-working prophet and St. Paul as an apostate.
  2. For us in the Jewish community anyone who claims that Jesus is their savior is no longer a Jew and is an apostate.
  3. But pagan Rome and apostate Jerusalem do fit the description of a city drunk with the blood of saints and the martyrs of Jesus.

Apostle Paul

  1. They use the Gospel according to Matthew only, and repudiate the Apostle Paul, maintaining that he was an apostate from the law.

Roman Religion

  1. Roman Religion (Neoplatonic Hellenism) was restored for a time by Julian the Apostate from 361 to 363.

Church History

  1. Written for both the historian and student of secular and Church history, Julian the Apostate will enlighten even the military historian.

Common Name

  1. The most common name in English for julian the Apostate is Julian the Apostate, and the most common name for Richard M. Nixon is Richard M. Nixon.
  2. For this subject, "Julian the Apostate" is a much more common name than "Flavius Claudius Iulianus".

Papist

  1. If the wayward child of a Papist would but become an apostate, the law wrested for him from his parents a share of their property.

Judaism

  1. They see Paul as an apostate from Judaism.
  2. Jewish peoplehood is not inherited from one's Jewish father alone, even if he were not an apostate from Judaism.
  3. Being Jewish is not inherited from one's Jewish father but from the mother, even if he were not an apostate from Judaism.

Emperor Julian

  1. News reached the Saint that Emperor Julian the Apostate had sworn to kill him on his return from battle.
  2. Emperor Julian the Apostate was defeated at Tarsus, the city where Saint Paul was born.
  3. It was under the Emperor Julian, the Apostate, according to legend, that she suffered.

Church

  1. He proclaims that the persecution the Church is suffering at the hands of Julian the Apostate is a chastisement for the heresy of Arianism.

God

  1. On both occasions the abominations were done by the apostate people of God and the desolation was an act of judgment performed by a heathen army.
  2. MCC is an apostate church that promotes same-sex marriages and teaches that homosexuality is a "gift" from God.

Religion

  1. When the vacillating Emperor died (361), Julian, known as the Apostate, suffered all alike to return home who had been exiled on account of religion.

Rome

  1. A later legend mistakenly duplicated Apollonia, making her a Christian virgin of Rome in the reign of Julian the Apostate, suffering the same dental fate.
  2. In the year 363, the last pagan Emperor of Rome, Julian the Apostate, died of a wound in a tactically insignificant battle with the Persians.

Roman Empire

  1. Julian the Apostate, nephew of Constantine the Great, was one of the brightest yet briefest lights in the history of the Roman Empire.
  2. Julian was Julian I of the Roman Empire, and it is only through the Christian lens that anyone can call him Apostate.

Emperor

  1. Here, too, he was intimate with young Julian, afterwards the "Apostate" Emperor of Rome.

Islam

  1. However, Zevi lost his credibility to all but the Donmeh when he converted to Islam and became an apostate to Judaism in 1666.
  2. After the demise of the Prophet of Islam (SAWA), most Arab tribes became apostate under the influence of their errant, arrogant, and idolatrous chiefs.
  3. Before his death, Farag Foda was declared an apostate and foe of Islam.

Fundamentalists

  1. He refers to fatwahs issued by fundamentalists such as "every Muslim who pleads for the suspension of the shari‘a is an apostate and can be killed".

Christianity

  1. After a brief and unsuccessful pagan revival by the emperor Julian the Apostate[88] Christianity became the permanent religion of the empire.
  2. There was a brief resurgence of paganism under Julian the Apostate, but Christianity was securely established.
  3. Francis A. Ridley, Julian the Apostate and the Rise of Christianity (1937), places him in the setting of the totalitarian state and Universal Church.

Mormonism

  1. Mormonism teaches that historical Christianity is totally apostate, and God raised up Joseph Smith as a prophet to restore it.
  2. It claims that all other churches are false and apostate; that Mormonism is the only true form of Christianity in the world.

Foederati

  1. At the start of the migration period, the Franks moved into the Roman Empire and were accepted as Foederati by Julian the apostate in 358.

Jovian

  1. Jovian was a Christian, in contrast to his predecessor Julian the Apostate, who had attempted a revival of paganism.

Julian

  1. The commander of the imperial guard under Julian the Apostate in his Persian campaign, Jovian was proclaimed emperor by the soldiers when Julian was killed.
  2. In March 363 the famous `last pagan', the Emperor called Julian the Apostate, had been killed in the field while fighting with the Persians.
  3. Roman civil war of 360–361 AD, between Constantius II and Julian the Apostate - victory to Julian.

Apostate

  1. An unnamed sister was mentioned by Ammianus Marcellinus as mother of Maximus, Prefect of Rome under Julian the Apostate.
  2. It is widely understood that the Franks entered the Roman Empire in 350s A.D. during the Reign of Julian the Apostate as Foederati troops for Rome.
  3. The Salian Franks invaded the Roman Empire and were accepted as Foederati by Julian the apostate in 358.

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