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  Gentile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the most common modern use it refers to the former being derived from the Latin term gens (meaning "clan" or a "group of families") and it is often employed in the plural.
In late Latin gentilis meant "pagan", and the term gentile has equally come to be used as a synonym for "heathen" or "pagan" (Nochri/נכרי).
In English translations of the Bible the word gentiles is most commonly used as a translation of the Hebrew word goyim (plural of Goy/גוי); in the King James Version the first and only such use in the Pentateuch is in the book of Genesis 10:5.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gentile   (419 words)

  
 JewishEncyclopedia.com - GENTILE:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Discriminations against Gentiles, while strictly in accordance with the just law of reciprocity and retaliation, having for their object to civilize the heathen and compel them to adopt the civil laws of Noah, were nevertheless seldom practised.
A Gentile's testimony to a man's death, incidentally related as a matter of fact, he being unaware that his evidence is wanted, is held sufficient to release a woman from her marriage bond and to permit her to marry again (Giṭ.
That the laws against the Gentile as a barbarian were not entirely expunged from the rabbinic literature after the advent of Christianity, was due to the persecutions and the barbaric treatment of the Jews in the Middle Ages.
www.jewishencyclopedia.com /view.jsp?artid=142&letter=G   (10541 words)

  
 GENTILES - Holman Bible Dictionary on StudyLight.org
Paul, sent to preach among the Gentiles (Acts 9:15; Acts 22:21; Acts 26:17; Galatians 1:16; Galatians 2:9) was in perils (2 Corinthians 11:26).
As the apostle to the Gentiles (Galatians 2:8-9), claiming that in Christ racial distinctions were obliterated (Galatians 3:28), Paul proclaimed an equal opportunity of salvation (Romans 1:16; Romans 9:24; Colossians 3:11; compare Acts 26:20,Acts 26:23).
Gentiles were the wild branches in the allegory grafted into the olive tree (Romans 11:16-25).
www.studylight.org /dic/hbd/view.cgi?number=T2242   (1018 words)

  
 The Times of The Gentiles
Based on Scriptural revelation the "times of the Gentiles" began when national Israel, because of her relentless idolatry and disobedience, was sent into exile, by God, to Babylon, causing Israel to no longer be the "head" but the "tail," as Moses worded it in Deu.
The Times of the Gentiles is that long period beginning with the Babylonian captivity of Judah, under Nebuchadnezzar, and to be brought to an end by the destruction of Gentile worldpower by the "stone cut out without hands" (Dan 2:34, 35, 44), i.e.
This last Gentile dominion is described as the ten toes on the statue in chapter two, and the ten horns on the fourth beast (along with the little horn, Antichrist) in chapter seven.
www.biblicist.org /bible/times.shtml   (1499 words)

  
 TIMES OF THE GENTILES
They also propose that the "times of the gentiles" can alternatively be called the church age, since the church is in the alleged GAP between the 69th and 70th weeks of Daniel, when Jews are blinded, and the city of Jerusalem continues to be dominated by the gentiles.
Gentiles and Jews both are baptized into one Body of Christ for the time after the cross until the resurrection.
The gentiles were resorted to in the endeavours of the apostles and their Gospel preaching to provoke the Jews to come back to God in jealousy.
mikeblume.com /timesgen.htm   (3022 words)

  
 Gentiles - International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
The Gentile stranger enjoyed the hospitality of the Israelite who was commanded to love him (Deuteronomy 10:19), to sympathize with him, "For ye know the heart of the stranger, seeing ye were strangers in the land of Egypt" (Exodus 23:9 the King James Version).
Uriah the Hittite was a trusted warrior of David (2 Samuel 11); Ittai the Gittite was captain of David's guard (2 Samuel 18:2); Araunah the Jebusite was a respected resident of Jerusalem.
The Gentiles had the right of asylum in the cities of refuge, the same as the Israelites (Numbers 35:15).
www.studylight.org /enc/isb/view.cgi?number=T3736   (632 words)

  
 Daily Bible Study - Gentiles
Gentile is used to translate the original Hebrew word pronounced goy, and its plural goyim.
For by one Spirit are we all baptized [see Baptism] into one body, whether we be Jews or Gentiles, whether we be bond or free; and have been all made to drink into one Spirit.
The tribe of Judah, from which the Jewish people derive their name, is only one of the twelve tribes of Israel (thirteen tribes actually, if the Levites, who were distributed among the other twelve, are counted separately).
www.keyway.ca /htm2002/gentiles.htm   (982 words)

  
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During the first century, as understood by Jews, a Gentile or a goi or goy (GO·ee) was literally a tribe, nation or people, or any person not a party to the Mosaic covenant.
For the apostles the Jews of their day had become Gentiles (goyim) as they had rejected the Messiah and the New Covenant and were strangers in the sense they were not parties to the New Covenant.
The Gentile Christianity of the Greek fathers, e.g., Origin, Eusebius of Caesarea, and Latin fathers, e.g., Ambrose, Jerome influenced by the language and thought of Greco-Roman culture, which became known as Orthodox.
www.bibarch.com /glossary/G.html   (988 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Gentiles
The basis of this distinction is that, as descendants of Abraham, the Jews considered themselves, and were in fact, before the coming of Christ, the chosen people of God.
Since the spread of Christianity, the word Gentiles designates, in theological parlance, those who are neither Jews nor Christians.
XXX (New York, 1906); DÖLLINGER*, The Gentile and the Jew (tr.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/06422a.htm   (225 words)

  
 Acts 15: Should Gentiles Follow Torah? (Messianic Judaism)
Cornelius was a G-d-fearer, a 'ger'/righteous Gentile, one who had believed in the G-d of Israel but had not actually undergone the conversion rituals to become a proselyte.
Acts 15 shows that the early Gentile believers were given four starter laws, and were to learn the rest of Torah each week in the synagogues.
Gentile believers were NOT required to formally convert to Pharisaic Judaism because G-d had already accepted them without them becoming proselytes.
www.lightofmashiach.org /acts15.html   (2344 words)

  
 The Feeding of the 4,000 — Were They Gentiles?
Together then with the preceding Gentile woman and, earlier, the centurion and the Magi, they represent the great mass of Gentiles who are flocking into the church of Matthew’s time.
These Gentiles of Decapolis thought Jesus was a menace to their way of life, and they wanted to be rid of Him.
The concept of the Lord having a broad ministry among Gentiles could not be accomplished until His death and resurrection, and the beginning of the Church Age in the Book of Acts.
www.levitt.com /essays/feeding4000.html   (2630 words)

  
 Gentiles in the Messianic Movement
If Gentiles lose their own identi-ty and become copy-cat Jews, or if the differences become hidden, the pur-pose for the body to be both Jew and Gentile in one new man will be lost.
The role of the Gentile in the body must include an attractiveness in obedience that provokes unbelieving Jews to envy Therefore, I believe that we can best fulfill this role by Torah observance that is consistent with the Torah commands but is distinctive with regard to Jews and Gentiles.
In the case of a Gentile man married to a Jewish woman, it is clear that maintaining the identity of the chil-dren is a significant goal.
www.imja.com /Stokes.html   (2006 words)

  
 Gentiles - CWS Talk! - ChristianWebSite.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The Gentiles (or ethnics) are all the peoples of the world (or nations) who were not of the line of Abraham, the Hebrews.
The word Gentiles means the nations, and eventually came to be used to mean all those not of the house of Israel.
The first gentiles to come into the New Testament Church were those who had already become proselytes to Judaism.
www.botcw.com /talk/showthread.php?t=12170   (400 words)

  
 The Salvation of the Gentiles--Part 1  -  John MacArthur
If a Gentile was ever invited to a Jewish house, he couldn't be left in the room lest he defile all the food in the room.
A Gentile who had become sick of his own religion--of its immoralities and idolatries--and had come to the conclusion that the God of Israel is the true God, was termed "a God- fearer.
Having three Gentiles arrive at his door saying, "We have come to take you to a man who wants to see you," was a little scary.
www.biblebb.com /files/MAC/sg1734.htm   (6605 words)

  
 Has the Time of the Gentiles Passed?
Universal repentance will come upon Israel after the "fullness of the Gentiles has come in." In other words, Paul interprets the prophetic outline like this: God has turned from the Jews as a people and is not working primarily among the Jews to sanctify them.
If God maintains the symmetry, then when He "cuts off" the Gentiles from the root, there could nonetheless be a "remnant" of individuals among the Gentiles whom He will save.
The day shall come when Gentile ears are stopped up, when Gentile hearts remain hopelessly hardened against God, when Gentile rebellion against God manifests itself unceasingly and without shame, and when the gospel proclaimed by the apostles is no longer of any interest to any appreciable portion of people among the Gentiles.
www.mckenziestudycenter.org /theology/articles/gentiles.html   (1739 words)

  
 Did Jesus Exclude Gentiles?
The gentiles were the superstitious pagans of Palestine, Asia Minor, and parts thereabouts; they were steeped in belief in all the fables of all the gods of the heathen world.
The Gentiles were ripe for harvesting, and so the priestly fathers apparently appended the following verses to the end of Matthew's gospel: "Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost." (Matthew 28:19-20).
Meanwhile, a Gentile centurion from Caesarea named Cornelius had a revelation that he should meet with Peter to be converted to the all-Jewish sect (Acts 10:1-9).
members.aol.com /JAlw/jesus_and_the_gentiles.html   (1178 words)

  
 DID YOU KNOW THAT ALL ISRAELITES ARE ALSO GENTILES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The bottom line is that referring to other people as “Gentiles” is always an expression of contempt for those other people...even when the speaker himself is not aware that the Jews changed the meaning of this word to express contempt and very carefully avoided using the word to refer to themselves.
So in placing this new English word “Gentile” into the English language translations of the Bible the translators were using their own biases to decide when to use the words “nation” or “people”, and when to use the words “heathen” or “Gentiles”.
Expressions like “he’s a gentile” and “the gentile Nebuchadnezzar” and ”what do you expect from a bunch of gentiles?”, etc. are never found or even hinted at in the Bible...such expressions can at best be described as condescending, and that is just not the way God inspired the Bible to be written.
www.evkingdom.org /art1gentile.htm   (8362 words)

  
 What About Gentiles?
A Gentile is not a "neighbor" — with regard to the "neighbor" commandments
However, Gentiles notice that various branches of Judaism and the various rabbis within those branches have various teachings; there is no mechanism in Judaism — such as the Papacy in Roman Catholicism — to enforce a uniformity of beliefs or to vacate past articles of faith.
Jews who wish to co-exist and live peaceably with Gentiles must be reminded of this classic maxim in both emotional counseling and criminology: Until the subject admits to the existence of a problem, the problem cannot be addressed.
www.come-and-hear.com /editor/gentile.html   (3767 words)

  
 Will the Gentiles Also Look Beyond the Mark?
They go to prove that the Gentile (Mormon/ Christian) husbandmen today are on a parallel with the Jews at the time of Christ.
The Gentiles are preoccupied with the spiritual and will reject the temporal.
Ironically, the political salvation from which the Gentiles have shirked is the very salvation that the Jews were so zealous to receive when the true Messiah came among them.
www.greaterthings.com /Essays/BeyondMark   (798 words)

  
 SUMMA THEOLOGICA: Was it fitting that Christ should suffer at the hands of the Gentiles, or rather of the Jews?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
But the Jews sinned in His death, on whose behalf it is said (Matthew 21:38): "This is the heir; come, let us kill him." It seems fitting, therefore, that the Gentiles should not be implicated in the sin of Christ's slaying.
Therefore neither ought Christ's Passion, which was a true sacrifice, to be fulfilled at the hands of the Gentiles.
Christ's Passion was the offering of a sacrifice, inasmuch as He endured death of His own free-will out of charity: but in so far as He suffered from His persecutors it was not a sacrifice, but a most grievous sin.
www.newadvent.org /summa/404704.htm   (555 words)

  
 The Gentiles Are Included   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
So the beneficiaries of promise – the true Israel – come into being not first by their physical descent, or ethnic connections, or even by their faith, but by God’s "call." Now Paul is picking up in verse 24 where he left off in verses 6-13.
People "from the Jews" – that’s the same point as verse 6: Some but not all who are descended "from Israel" are true Israel, that is, are "called" to be vessels of mercy.
The first half was "Gentiles are included" (and he supports that from Hosea), and now the second half is "only some Jews are included" (and he supports that from Isaiah 10 and 1).
www.desiringgod.org /library/sermons/03/042703.html   (2395 words)

  
 TG Gentiles
Gentiles shall come unto thee from the ends of the earth.
Gentiles by my mouth should hear the word.
God had wrought among the Gentiles by his ministry.
scriptures.lds.org /tgg/gentiles   (429 words)

  
 The Times of the Gentiles | Dan Delagrave
It is also commonly taught that the times of the Gentiles refers to the historical period of Gentile control over Jerusalem beginning with the Babylonian captivity in 586 B.C. and ending in 1967, when Israel took East Jerusalem from the Arabs in the Six-Day War.
This is in perfect harmony with Daniel 12:7, where the defining characteristic of "the time of the end" is said to be "the scattering of the power of the holy people", which we are told would be accomplished during "a time, times, and a half", or forty two months.
If the Gentiles (Romans) conquered the city in 70 A.D., then wouldn't the times of the Gentiles start in 70 A.D. Before that time, the armies merely surrounded the city, and after that time they trampled the city.
www.preteristarchive.com /Preterism/delagrave-dan_p_01.html   (1184 words)

  
 ethnic. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
See s(w)e- in Appendix I. When it is said in a Middle English text written before 1400 that a part of a temple fell down and “mad a gret distruccione of ethnykis,” one wonders why ethnics were singled out for death.
The word ethnic in this context, however, means “gentile,” coming as it does from the Greek adjective ethnikos, meaning “national, foreign, gentile.” The adjective is derived from the noun ethnos, “people, nation, foreign people,” that in the plural phrase ta ethn
m, “gentiles”; hence the sense of the noun in the Middle English quotation.
www.bartleby.com /61/88/E0228800.html   (355 words)

  
 Paul's Office as Apostle to the Gentiles
And when the Gentiles heard this, they were glad and glorified the word of God; and as many as were ordained to eternal life believed (Acts 13:46-48).
He claims a calling that antedates the call of Jesus to the Twelve, as the light for the Gentiles quotation comes from Isaiah 49:6 (this is applied to Jesus in Luke 2:32) and Paul saw it as a special commission directed to him, and perhaps also to Barnabas.
It does not require a stretch to suspect that the man from Tarsus could see himself prophesied, exalted and identified in the words of the great Prophet, if he was possessed of an highly inflated sense of his own significance.
www.voiceofjesus.org /pb2chapter3.html   (2234 words)

  
 Summa Contra Gentiles
In the spring of 1256, Aquinas was incepted as a master of theology, and was regent master in theology at Paris until 1259.
The Summa contra Gentiles is a profoundly significant work in the history of philosophy.
In many ways it acts as an encyclopedia of the learning of the day in that we can find our way into the mental life of the era in which it was written.
courseweb.stthomas.edu /medieval/aquinas/1.1/contragentiles.htm   (371 words)

  
 Gentiles to provoke Israel to jealousy
Israel’s present rejection and fall is a curse to Israel but a blessing to Gentiles because "through their fall salvation is come unto the Gentiles." During this present church age, the great majority of those who are members of the body of Christ are Gentiles (though we thank God for the Jewish exceptions!).
When the Jews rejected their Messiah, God had the good of the Gentiles in mind and salvation was brought to them (Rom.
God, in dealing with the Gentiles during this present age, has the good of the Jews in mind, in seeking through the Gentiles to provoke them to jealousy.
www.middletownbiblechurch.org /dispen/jealous.htm   (1297 words)

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