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  Nazareth College
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  Nazareth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nazareth (Arabic الناصرة an-Nāṣirah; Hebrew נָצְרַת, Standard Hebrew Náẓərat, Tiberian Hebrew Nāṣəraṯ) is an ancient town in the North District in Israel.
Nazareth is not mentioned in Jewish ancient texts, such as the Hebrew Bible, Talmud, nor in Josephus.
According to the New Testament, Nazareth was the home of Joseph and Mary and the site of the Annunciation, according to the New Testament, when Mary was told that she would have Jesus by the Angel Gabriel.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nazareth   (1951 words)

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Nazareth is an ancient town in Northern Israel.
According to the New Testament Nazareth was the home of Joseph and Mary and where Jesus grew up from his infancy to manhood.
Nazareth is situated among the southern ridges of the Lebanon Mountains, on the steep slope of a hill, about 14 miles from the Sea of Galilee and about 6 west from Mount Tabor.
wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/n/na/nazareth.html   (223 words)

Nazareth is the largest Arab city in Israel, with a population of 60,000, once split nearly evenly between Christians and Muslims, but now nearly two-thirds Muslim.
Nazareth also has several other important churches, the Synagogue-Church, where Jesus preached (Luke 4), Gabriel's Church, which Greek Catholics believe to be the site of the Annunciation and the Mensa Christi ("Table of Christ") Church, where Jesus is said to have dined with his Apostles after his Resurrection.
Nazareth Illit (Upper Nazareth) is a relatively new town that has become a popular home for new immigrants from the former Soviet Union.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/vie/Nazareth.html   (710 words)

 InSite Israel Nazareth History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Nazareth was a small and insignificant village during the period of Jesus.
Nazareth is not included among the 45 cities of the Galilee that were mentioned by Josephus, and her name is missing from the 63 towns in Galilee mentioned in the Talmud.It seems that the words of Nathanel of Cana, "Can anything good come out of Nazareth?" (John 1:47) characterized the site's seeming insignificance.
Nazareth is located between the open space of the Jezreel valley and the mountainous regions of the Galilee.
www.inisrael.com /tour/nazareth/history.htm   (847 words)

 Nazareth (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nazareth is an earthy and versatile Scottish rock band that had several hard rock hits, as well as scoring with the Felice and Boudleaux Bryant penned ballad, "Love Hurts", in the middle of the 1970s.
Nazareth was formed in 1968 in Dunfermline, Scotland out of the ashes of semi-professional local group The Shadettes (formerly the Mark V and The Red Hawks) by vocalist Dan McCafferty, guitarist Manny Charlton, bassist Pete Agnew, and drummer Darrell Sweet.
They took their name from the first line of The Band's classic song "The Weight" ("I pulled into Nazareth/Was feelin' half past dead...") The band moved to London, England in 1970, and released their self-titled debut album in 1971.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nazareth_(band)   (533 words)

The town of Galilee where the Blessed Virgin dwelt when the Archangel announced to her the Incarnation of the Word, and where Christ lived until the age of thirty years, unknown, and obedient to Mary and Joseph.
Nazareth is situated in the most southerly hills of the Lebanon range, just before it drops abruptly down to the plain of Esdraelon.
The ancient Nazareth occupied the triangular hillock that extends from the mountain on the north, having its point turned to the south.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/10725a.htm   (1465 words)

 Nazareth. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Nazareth is first mentioned in the New Testament, although its settlement antedates historic times.
In 1517, Nazareth was annexed by the Ottoman Empire.
The Basilica of the Annunciation and the Mosque of Peace are in Nazareth.
www.bartleby.com /65/na/Nazareth.html   (190 words)

 Nazareth - Walking in Their Sandals - location profile
Nazareth was located on the "Nazareth Ridge" that separated the central part of the Plain of Jezreel from the Bet Netofa Valley.
Since Nazareth was also the village where He lived most of His life, it also became the means of distinguishing this "Yeshua" from the many others in the land.
The size of the village and the origin of the clan at Nazareth adds a deeper dimension to the events surrounding the conception and birth of Jesus.
www.ancientsandals.com /overviews/nazareth.htm   (1195 words)

 Nazareth:Did Jesus live in Nazareth? Nazareth was uninhabited at the time of Christ, Nazareth didn't exist? refutting ...
An archaeological survey of the surface of the land adjacent to Nazareth Hospital was conducted in February by Ross Voss, R. Michael Rapuano, Stephen Pfann, and Jan Karnis, all from the Center for the Study of Early Christianity.
Perhaps the Muslim "scholar" referred to the fact that there was no Christian Church in Nazareth until Queen Helena, Constantine's mother came through Nazareth on her famous Holy Land trip in the fourth century and had the little basilica built over Mary's Well to mark the spot of the annunciation by the angel Gabriel.
Nazareth was know as a city of refuge, tucked away in a mountain valley above the Valley of Meggido, or Esdraelon.
www.geocities.com /metagetics/Nazareth.html   (4156 words)

Nazareth is first mentioned in the Gospel narratives.
The el-Abyad Mosque, to the north of the Basilica of the Annunciation, was built in 1812, and is the oldest in the city.
The cleared area between the church and the tomb is state-owned land that was intended to become a large public plaza.
www.mfa.gov.il /MFA/MFAArchive/2000_2009/2000/3/Nazareth.htm   (323 words)

 Nazareth – The Town that Theology Built
An archaeological survey of the surface of the land adjacent to Nazareth Hospital was conducted between February and May 1997 by Pfann and a team, all from the Center for the Study of Early Christianity.
Nazareth, in fact, is located in a depression, set within gentle hills.
In the area of Nazareth she could find nothing but an ancient well – in fact the only water source in the area (which in itself demolishes the idea there was ever a 'city').
www.jesusneverexisted.com /nazareth.html   (4525 words)

 Ernesto Nazareth - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
Ernesto Nazareth was born in Rio de Janeiro on March 20, 1863.
Nazareth was noted for creatively combining diverse influences into his music, not only of Brazilian music but also from the music of Europe, Africa, and ragtime.
Nazareth took ill in 1932 and died in Jacarepaguá, Brazil on February 4, 1934.
education.music.us /E/Ernesto-Nazareth.htm   (331 words)

 Nazareth travel guide - Wikitravel
Nazareth (Arabic الناصرة an-Nāṣirah, Hebrew נצרת Nasarat, [1]) is a city in northern Israel.
Nazareth is best known as the home of Joseph and Mary and hence also Jesus, although he was born in Bethlehem.
Nazareth is also Israel’s largest Arab city and as such serves as a major cultural center.
wikitravel.org /en/Nazareth   (1615 words)

 Nazareth - Crystalinks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Nazareth is the town in Lower Galilee where Jesus grew up.
Jesus returned to his hometown Nazareth and, as he did for all the years he lived in town, on Saturday, he went to the synagogue.
Today Nazareth, political and administrative capital of Galilee, is a busy town with a population made up of christians and moslems.
www.crystalinks.com /nazareth.html   (326 words)

Here, Nazareth take an unprecedented super-heavy approach, churning out leaden metallic riffs as if the main goal would be to sink the ground under Black Sabbath's feet; 'Miss Misery' and 'Beggar's Day' are definitely among the heaviest numbers of the Seventies, and are both a must-hear for any respectable metal fan.
Nazareth go for a very blunt, uncompromised, ear-assaulting attack here: no power ballads or genre experimentations, just a bunch of mean fast riff-rockers alternating with a bunch of mean mid-tempo riff-rockers.
Dan was never a prolific songwriter (most of Nazareth's original material was written by Manny anyway), and since his own opinions apparently made little impact on the band's policies, back in 1975 he went ahead and released this solo LP which has about as much value as contemporary Roger Daltrey or Art Garfunkel product, i.
starling.rinet.ru /music/nazareth.htm   (8624 words)

 Nazareth (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
Nazareth is situated among the southern ridges of Lebanon, on the steep slope of a hill, about 14 miles from the Sea of Galilee and about 6 west from Mount Tabor.
Moreover, there does not seem to be any evidence that the inhabitants of Galilee were in any respect inferior, or that a Galilean was held in contempt, in the time of our Lord.
The name Nazareth perhaps means 'a watch tower' (now en-Nasrah), but is connected in the New Testament with Netzer, 'a branch' (Isa.
christiananswers.net /dictionary/nazareth.html   (435 words)

 Daily Bible Study - Nazareth
It was in Nazareth that the angel Gabriel appeared to Mary to announce the coming birth of Christ.
Nazareth is in the area that was allotted to the Israelite tribe of Zebulun during the Old Testament period (see Tribal Lands), although it is not mentioned by name at all in that part of the Bible.
One of the greatest ironies about Nazareth is that, although it is now world-famous as the Savior's home town, the people of His time held Him with such low regard, to the point of contempt and even outright hate, that He didn't perform many miracles there.
www.keyway.ca /htm2002/nazareth.htm   (1070 words)

 Nazareth - International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
He was therefore called Jesus of Nazareth, although His birthplace was Bethlehem; and those who became His disciples were known as Nazarenes.
An elegy for the 9th of Abib speaks of a "course" of priests settled in Nazareth.
In Nazareth, Jesus preached His first recorded sermon (Luke 4:16), when His plainness of speech aroused the homicidal fury of His hearers.
www.studylight.org /enc/isb/view.cgi?number=T6297   (803 words)

 No Life 'til Metal - CD Gallery - Nazareth
For this album, Nazareth also took a clue from some other popular late 70's heavy metal bands and added a second guitar player to their lineup.
With the addition of the second guitarist, Nazareth create a nice dual-guitar attack that would rival the great bands of that time, like Aerosmith and Thin Lizzy.
One of my favorite tracks is "May the Sunshine," which starts as a Celtic acoustic song, but soon adds electric guitars and rumbling bass line to become a stomping folk metal tune in the style of Zeppelin or even the aforementioned Thin Lizzy.
www.nolifetilmetal.com /nazareth.htm   (686 words)

 Nazareth (BiblePlaces.com)
Nazareth (Christian Travel Study Program) Contrasts the unimpressive nature of the ancient town with the bustle of the modern churches and surrounding town.
Nazareth (Crystalinks) Text is limited, but effectively summarizes the biblical events that took place in the tiny town.
Nazareth (United Travel) Highlights the modern day demographics and layout of the town, focusing on a description of the Franciscan church.
www.bibleplaces.com /nazareth.htm   (442 words)

 ::: LMC Promotions - Nazareth biog :::
Dan, Pete, Manny and Darrell developed the knack of stamping their very own identity on somebody else's hit song, something which for Nazareth in the mid-1970s proved to be the key to the world highway.
Nazareth's cover of Tomorrow's 1967 hit My White Bicycle got them to 14 in the singles chart in spring 1975.
In 1986 Nazareth put out there rockiest album in years Cinema It was a welcome return to form for the band.
www.freewebs.com /lmc-promotions/nazareth.htm   (963 words)

 Handbook of Texas Online:
Nazareth, a small farming community, is in east central Castro County at the intersection of State Highway 86 and Farm Road 168, fifty-eight miles south of Amarillo.
Nazareth had seventy-one residents by January 1904, and the town was platted latter that year.
During the 1930s the area was swept by huge dust storms that uprooted crops and made farming unprofitable; in 1933, the town was estimated to have only 50 residents.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/NN/hln2.html   (371 words)

 Nazareth, Israel: The Hometown of Jesus
Indeed, in the New Testament, Nazareth is depicted as an obscure backwater.
Nevertheless, the New Testament reports that Nazareth was the home of Mary and Joseph (Luke 1:26), the site of the Annunciation (announcement to Mary that she would give birth to the Savior) and the town in which Jesus grew up (Matthew 2:23, 13:54; Luke 2:4, 2:51, 4:16).
Modern Nazareth is situated among the southern ridges of the Lebanon Mountains, on the steep slope of a hill, about 14 miles from the Sea of Galilee and about 6 west from Mount Tabor.
www.sacred-destinations.com /israel/nazareth.htm   (549 words)

Nazareth is home to the largest Arab community inside of Israel.
Nazareth is dotted with churches, convents and monasteries that have been built since the 6th century.The most known landmark in Nazareth is "The Basilica of The Annunciation", a Franciscan church dating back to 1730.
A small sanctuary is dedicated to Conon, a 3rd century martyr originally from Nazareth and a member of Jesus' family.
www.unitedtravelltd.com /nazareth.html   (234 words)

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