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  Gamaliel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the Talmud, this Gamaliel bears the title "Rabban", a rabbinic title given to the Nasi (head) of the Sanhedrin, of which he is the first of seven appointed leaders of that school of Hillel which earned the title.
Gamaliel I held a reputation of one of the greatest teachers in the annals of Judaism.
Gamaliel is represented in Acts (5:34ff), as advising his fellow-members of the Sanhedrin not to put to death Saint Peter and the Apostles for preaching the Gospel.
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 JewishEncyclopedia.com - GAMALIEL II.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Gamaliel was officially recognized by the Roman authorities; and he journeyed to Syria for the purpose of being confirmed in office by the governor (ἡγεµών; 'Eduy.
Gamaliel took care that the decisions reached by the assembly under his presidency should be recognized by all; and he used the instrument of the ban relentlessly against obstinate opposers of these decisions.
Gamaliel assented to certain principles of civil law which have been transmitted in the name of Admon, a former judge in Jerusalem, and which became especially well known and were authoritative for ensuing periods (Ket.
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 JewishEncyclopedia.com - GAMALIEL I.:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Gamaliel appears as the head of the legal-religious body in the three epistles which he at one time dictated to the secretary Johanan (account of Judah b.
Tradition does not represent Gamaliel as learned in the Scriptures, nor as a teacher, because the school of Hillel, whose head he undoubtedly was, always appears collectively in its controversies with the school of Shammai, and the individual scholars and their opinions are not mentioned.
Hence Gamaliel is omitted in the chain of tradition as given in the Mishnah (Abot i., ii.), while Johanan b.
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Gamaliel was the son of Rabbi Simeon and the grandson of the famous Hillel who had founded Israel's strongest religious school.
Gamaliel was the head of the Hillel school at the time of Jesus' ministry and presided over the Sanhedrin during the reigns of Tiberius, Caius and Claudias.
The apostle Paul had studied "at the feet of Gamaliel and taught according to the perfect manner of the law of the fathers." The liberal school of Hillel taught the law with a pragmatic humane interpretation and was in contrast to the conservatism and excessive legalism of the school of Shammai.
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Gamaliel is represented in Acts, v, 34 sqq., as advising his fellow-members of the Sanhedrin not to put to death St. Peter and the Apostles, who, notwithstanding the prohibition of the Jewish authorities, had continued to preach to the people.
Gamaliel is rightly identified with an illustrious Jewish doctor of the Law, who bore the same name and died eighteen years before the destruction of Jerusalem.
In the Talmud, this Gamaliel bears, like his grandfather Hillel, the surname of "the Elder", and is the first to whom the title "Rabban", "our master", was given.
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 Beware of the Counsel of Gamaliel!
Gamaliel was a leading Pharisee, a doctor of the law, and a member of the Jewish Sanhedrin, who possessed great influence between AD 20 and 58.
Gamaliel's absurd counsel was not due to his being a foolish man, for he was a renowned scholar and thinker.
The use of the counsel of Gamaliel in defense of a "do-nothing" or "run-with-the-tide" approach to any new fad is a sure sign of a person who has an inadequate respect for Scripture as the authoritative judge of all matters.
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 Beware of the Counsel of Gamaliel!
Gamaliel's Intervention Is it true that when the furious Jewish leaders were about to execute the apostles, Gamaliel intervened to save them.
Gamaliel, to support his plea to do nothing, mentioned the cases of two rebel leaders who had been killed (apparently by the Roman authorities), with the result that their influence soon waned.
Gamaliel further warned that if the movements was from God, to kill the disciples would be to fight against Him.
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 Gamaliel's Principle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Gamaliel's principle can be compared to Aristotle's famous remark that we should not count a man happy (blessed?) until he is dead, recognizing that the meaning and truth of the events in a man's life may not be evident at the time of occurrence, but may become clear in the future.
From a strictly tactical standpoint, the reference to Gamaliel here is slightly puzzling, because Paul's intent was clearly to begin by re-assuring the crowd of his impeccable pedigree, his solid grounding in "the laws of the father", and even pointing out that he had been a zealous persecutor of the followers of Jesus.
If it was remembered that Gamaliel had literally saved the lives of Peter and the other apostles of Jesus, it would be strange for Paul to cite Gamaliel - in effect, a known sympathizer - at that point in his address.
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 GAMALIEL'S DEN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Gamaliel's Den is near Judd's Bridge, a section of the town of Roxbury.
FROM SKETCHES OF ROXBURY, CONN. BY HELEN HUNT W. "Between the Lendeveg farm and Judd's Bridge is Raven Rock in whose dusky depths is Gamaliel's Den.
Gamaliel's Den Gang on Moosehorn Brook, headed by Steve Rance, had their underground rendezvous directly across the Shepaug from the Pootatuck Indian shelter caves."
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 Article Archive - Gamaliel and his "Middle-of-the-road" advice
Gamaliel was afraid to fight against Christianity–‘What if it really was from God?’ Of course the evidence was plain that Christ was the Son of God, but Gamaliel shied away from certainty.
Gamaliel would rather be seen as a moderate than as a radical.
While Gamaliel was waiting to let God either support or overthrow this new religion, Saul thought it was his duty to be God’s agent in the matter (Acts 26:9).
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 Guidance From Gamaliel
Gamaliel was highly revered in Judaism, even though he was regarded as being one of the leading liberals of his day.
Gamaliel was consulted by the Herods on occasion concerning matters of Jewish law, and was regarded so highly by the Sanhedrin that they would often defer action on some matter until they could gain his advice or approval.
Gamaliel, in keeping with his policy of moderation and non-aggression, urged his fellow members of the high council to "take care what you propose to do with these men" (vs. 35).
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The most eminent ornament of this school was Gamaliel, whose fame is celebrated in the Talmud.
Hillel was the father of Simeon, and Simeon the father of Gamaliel.
It is difficult to give a conclusive proof of this; but there is no doubt that this Gamaliel was the same who wisely pleaded the cause of St. Peter and the other apostles (Acts 5:34-40), and who had previously educated the future apostle St. Paul (Acts 22:3).
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 The Game Mechanics: Artifacts of the Ages: Swords and Staves: Gamaliel
The bright, curving falchion known as Gamaliel (guh-MAY-lee-EL) is the most recent of a long line of weapons that have served as host to the "gemstone" embodying the power that once infused the legendary White Sword carried by the paladin Üth P'nan.
Gamaliel is the current Keeper of the White Sword, though other host weapons, having been divested of Apon's Tear in order to craft a weapon more favorable for a new wielder, may already exist.
As a holy weapon, Gamaliel is considered to be good-aligned and thus bypasses the corresponding damage reduction.
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 Gamaliel baby name meaning, origin and description of Biblical character.
Gamaliel baby name meaning, origin and description of Biblical character.
Gamaliel was the president of the Jewish council, Sanhedrin.
When the apostles were brought before the Sanhedrin, Gamaliel counselled moderation and calmness.
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 Bible Study - Gamaliel
Gamaliel, from the Hebrew meaning reward of God, was a grandson of the famous scholar Hillel, and a prominent teacher in his own right.
Gamaliel died about 52 A.D., 18 years before the Fall of Jerusalem In 70 A.D. When the apostles were arrested for preaching the Gospel, Gamaliel, although not a Christian, was directly responsible for saving their lives.
But a Pharisee in the council named Gamaliel, a teacher of the law, held in honor by all the people, stood up and ordered the men to be put outside for a while.
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 The Gamaliel Attitude
Gamaliel, a prominent Jewish rabbi, a teacher of the law and a man who was highly respected by the Jewish people, warned his fellow council members about any rash behavior.
Gamaliel explained to the council his reason for speaking of the two failed religious movements.
The Gamaliel attitude can be summarized in these simple statements: We should wait to see whether a given religious movement is from God or from men.
www.gospelhour.net /2128.html   (2845 words)

 The Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride
The Gamaliel Foundation and its 1,200 faith congregations are saddened by the President's proposed immigration policy.
Since the tragic event of September 11, 2001, we have been delayed and sidetracked in passing the kind of immigration policies that would be more reflective of a nation built on democratic ideals.
Gamaliel has 55 local affiliates in 17 states which include Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, California as well as South Africa.
www.iwfr.org /gamaliel.asp   (340 words)

 Gamaliel, Kentucky KY, city profile (Monroe County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Gamaliel, KY Gamaliel is a city in Monroe County.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Gamaliel was $12,940, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Gamaliel, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $206.
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 Acts 5:34 But one stood up in the council, a Pharisee named
But there stood up one in the council, a Pharisee, named Gamaliel, a doctor of the law, had in honor of all the people, and commanded to put the men forth a little while.
But one of the Sanhedrin, a Pharisee named Gamaliel, a man of learning in the law, of whom all the people had a high opinion, got up and made a suggestion for the men to be put outside for a little time.
Acts 5:34 WEY: But a Pharisee of the name of Gamaliel, a teacher of the Law, held in honour by all the people, rose from his seat and requested that they should be sent outside the court for a few minutes.
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 The Gamaliel Chair | About The Gamaliel Chair
In the book of Acts, fifth chapter, a man named Gamaliel rises up before the council and speaks on behalf of the apostles who are threatened with death by an angry mob.
The Gamaliel Chair has continued to flourish under the past leadership of Rev. Jan Tobias and current leadership of Rev. Alexander Jacobs, assisted by former office managers Patricia Miller, Robyn Opels, and Kris Collett, as well as current program assistant Lisa Ridgely.
The Chair is also indebted to the support of the Lutheran Campus Ministry of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan for its initial and continued financial support as well as its encouragement and affirmation as a ministry of the church.
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 Gamaliel Florist | Flower Delivery Gamaliel, Kentucky (KY) | Florists in Gamaliel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The distance from Gamaliel to Washington DC is 521 miles.
Gamaliel is positioned 36.63 degrees north of the equator and 85.79 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Our Gamaliel, Kentucky florist directory is provided through a strategic partnership with Regional Direct.com, which has established partnerships with the most reliable, customer service-driven area Gamaliel florist and florists in Kentucky, including Gamaliel, Kentucky.
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Gamaliel says that T's followers 'rallied to him' (a more political sounding term); Josephus says T.'s followers took their effects and were migrating to the river Jordan.
Gamaliel says that after T was killed, "all his followers dispersed", but Josephus says that many of the followers were killed by the Roman troop of horsemen, and that many of them were likewise captured and arrested.
Therefore, the reference by Gamaliel to the minor exploits of a Theudas was not necessarily historically illegitimate or confused.
www.christian-thinktank.com /qtheudy.html   (3760 words)

 Amazon.com: Gamaliel Painter: Biography of a Town Father: Books: W. Storrs Lee,Edward Sanborn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
This is the true story of how Gamaliel Painter transformed Middlebury, Vermont from a loose grouping of rough log huts into the beautiful village that it is today.
Gamaliel Painter: Biography Of A Town Father is the story of how one adventurous pioneer transformed a cluster of log huts into a thriving village and one of Vermont's most influential towns.
Gamaliel Painter, a man of forceful personality that combined daring, shrewdness and caution, arrived in Middlebury from Connecticut in the mid-eighteenth century.
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 Gamaliel Profile | Gamaliel KY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Gamaliel, KY, population 439, is located in Kentucky's Monroe county, about 64.0 miles from Nashville and 87.1 miles from Clarksville.
Through the 90's Gamaliel's population has declined by about 5%.
It is estimated that in recent years Gamaliel's population has been declining at an annual rate of less than one percent.
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 The book of Acts - Chapter 5   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The bible also states that Gamaliel was highly regarded by the people, one of their great rabbis, and Jewish writings verify this.
An early passage from the Talmud states: "Since Rabbi Gamaliel died, the glory of the law has ceased." Writings found in the Mishnah states: "Since Rabbi Gamaliel the elder died, there has been no more respect for the law.
So respected was he by the people of his day that when Gamaliel died, over seventy pounds of perfumes and ointments were burned in respect for him as the Jews came and paid him tribute.
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 WBKO | Gamaliel School Demolition
Gamaliel School was built almost 70 years ago and was a home to children ages five to 18.
However, the principal says the school will be torn down due to years of wear, tear, and maintenance problems.
It should take around two years to build the new school at a cost of $6 million.
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 Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY - Gamaliel’s Mike has friends in high places - by Mary Fye
Gamaliel has had its fair share of these great people, including Betty Ann, Billy Murphy, Genoa, Cletus, and even my grandfather, Smokey Joe.
The benefit of living in a small town like Gamaliel is that you not only know the stories, you know the person, too.
Like most Gamaliel natives, I have had the fortune to hear many of Mike’s stories from the horse’s mouth.
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The Gamaliel Foundation derives its name from the biblical figure who, according to the New Testament, chastised the Jewish Sanhedrin (rabbinical court) for wanting to give the death penalty to Jesus's apostles.
Says GF, "We work in the hope and the confidence that this work is of God." GF was established in 1968 to support the Contract Buyers League, an African American organization fighting to protect homeowners on Chicago's West Side who had been discriminated against by banks and lending institutions.
The President of the Board of the Gamaliel Foundation is Ann Smith, who in 1985 became the first fl female to win a statewide election in Illinois when she was voted onto the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois.
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