Results for: Gentil

In The Bible

What is a Gentile?

Gentile (from the Latin word gentilis , meaning 'of or belonging to a clan or tribe'), refers to non-Israelite tribes or nations in English translations of the Bible, mos (MORE)
In Judaism

Who were German Gentiles?

By definition, any person who is not a Jew is a Gentile. Gentile is the English word for the Hebrew word Goyim, which means "nations". Therefore, any person who isn't Jewish i (MORE)
In New Testament

Who was the apostle of the gentiles?

Paul, formerly the devout Jew known as Saul, was the apostle of the gentiles. This was because Paul took the message of the gospel to the Gentiles, instead of only preaching t (MORE)
In Definitions

Was Abraham a gentile?

No, he wasn't. He was an ancestor to the Israelites and not apart of or born to the Isles of the Gentiles.
In The Bible

What did the gentiles believe?

The definition of a "Gentile" is anyone who is a non-Jew. So the beliefs among Gentiles are as diversified as the people groups that the word "Gentile" represents. In today's (MORE)
In The Bible

What do gentiles believe in?

well, a gentile is anyone who is NOT a jew, so, really, gentiles believe in almost anything. Every religion other than judaism is a gentile religion. I am a Christian and ther (MORE)
In Noah's Ark

Was Noah a gentile?

No, there were no Jews or Gentiles at that time. He was an ancestor of Abraham. Jews are the descendants of Abraham and his son Isaac.
In Definitions

Who is considered a gentile?

The word refers to non Israelite people or nations. People distinct from Jewish people
In The Bible

Who was the first gentile?

Gentile is first referenced in Genesis as descendants ofJapheth. This would make him the first Gentile. It is also noted inthe Book of Acts of the Apostles that Cornelius the (MORE)
In New Testament

Who is aspostle of the gentiles?

Paul taught mostly to Gentiles. Peter was shown in a vision from God that the Gospel was for all men.
In The Bible

Who are the gentiles today?

Anyone who is not Jewish. The word is considered offensive by many Jews and non-Jews. It's like cracker or "banned word".
In The Bible

Was Luke a gentile?

Yes - he was a Greek physician. CORRECTION.... The writer of the third Gospel is called by Paul "the beloved physician" (Col. 4:14); and, as we learn from Acts, was Paul's (MORE)
In The Bible

Where did the first gentiles from?

Adam was the first gentile. All people up until Abraham were gentiles. Abraham was the first Hebrew. Jew comes from the name Judah, one of Jacob's sons.
In Judaism

Is a gentile a Jew?

No, the word Gentile is used to refer to non-Jews.
In New Testament

Who is the apostle of the gentile?

In his epistle (letter) to the Romans, Paul refers to himself as an"apostle to the Gentiles." Romans 11:13, 14 - For I speak to youGentiles; inasmuch as I am an apostle t (MORE)
In The Bible

Who opposed the gentiles?

gentiles Additionally: Gentiles are "all the nations of the world who are not the blood descendants of Abraham" [the twelve tribes of Israel] whom God called out from a (MORE)
In Christianity

What is the meaning of gentile?

Non-Jewish people. A Jewish person is one whose religion is Judaism. A Gentile can become a proselyte to Judaism. So you mean a non Israelite.
In Old Testament

Was Enoch a gentile?

Yes At the time of Enoch there were no Jews so therefore there were nogentiles (non Jews)
In Judaism

What are Gentiles and Jews?

Gentiles are non-Jews. Jews are those who are descended from Abraham, Isaac and Jacob;followers of Judaism.
In The Bible

Who were the Gentiles in The Bible?

The Israelites of the Bible used the word Gentiles in reference to any persons who were not Israelites. Jesus himself also used the word in this context.
In Christianity

What are gentile Christians?

A gentile is anybody who is not a Jew. So a gentile Christian is aChristian who is not a Jew.
In New Testament

What is the gospel to the gentiles?

According to one hypothesis, the Gospel of Luke was written as agospel to the gentiles. The hypothesis was formulated to explainthe pattern of similarities and differences fou (MORE)