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it is the Messianic Believers who are now the point of the spear, and Satan would begin his attack on them from all sides. First the rabbis became jealous of the Apostles success in winning converts, and they began to curse the Messianic Believers.

And the Romans would use them as a scape-goat, blaming them for all the ills of their corrupt society.

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He drove us to a non-descript, fairly decrepit old street. We wandered around to find answers, dragging our suitcases on Aix’s cobble-stoned Medieval streets.

The weathered door said nothing except some scrawled French version of "No soliciting." It did have some tiny handwritten notation with our B & B’s name next to the doorframe’s buzzer. No answer, but we were an hour earlier than we’d told the owner Luc. We couldn’t even locate the tourism office to score a decent map because of our lack of a decent map.

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We've turned the heat up to some Celsius number that sounds promising, but we're not entirely sure.

The New Covenant Gospel was not easily freed of Jewish law, and that was the wedge issue used to raise great controversies.

To resolve the issues of contention the First Jerusalem Council was called to debate which law the Christian Believers followed: Just the Torah as given to Moses, or the complete Talmud, and if so how much of it really applied to them (15).

‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s mother, Ásíyyih Khánum, who was known as Navváb, came from a noble family of Mazandaran.

She and Bahá’u’lláh married in 1835 and had seven children, three of whom survived to adulthood.

He was a friend of the famous prime minister, poet, and scholar Mírzá Abu’l-Qásim of Faráhán, the (whose title means "vice-regent").

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