If the apostle Peter was from a "Jewish" tribe, it would have to be Judah. Only Judah was a "Jewish" tribe. All the tribes were not "Jewish" anymore than all the apostles were peter.
That would depend on your definition of "Jewish". If you mean "Israelite", than yes, he was. If it's "Jewish", of the tribe "Judah", than no, he was in the tribe of "Benjamin"
Using the modern meaning of the word "Jewish" as someone who practices/practiced Judaism, There was not tribe that was Hebrew but not Jewish, because Jewish and Hebrew are basically the same ethnicity.Note: Historically the word "Jew" originated as a description of the members of the tribe of Judah only. If you are a stickler for this meaning, then only the people of the Hebrew tribe of Judah were Jews, and the other 11 Hebrew tribes were Benjaminites, Reubenites, Gadites, etc.
She was an Israelite from Judea, of the Jewish tribe of Benjamin.
Jewish, of the tribe of Judah.
According to the Jewish Encyclopedia, Deborah is from the Tribe of Issachar. See related link below.
There is speculation that the Ten Jewish tribes are among the Pashtuns' ancestors, but it's impossible to halakhically substantiate that.
Yes. Jeremiah was an Israelite prophet of the Tribe of Levi.
The traditional tribe of priests were the "Kohaneem". The Jewish surname Cohen follows from that Biblical word.
According to the Jewish Encyclopedia, Deborah came from the Tribe of Issachar. See related link below.
Yes, King Saul came from the Jewish tribe of Benjamin.
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It's not clear that he was Jewish (Talmud, Bava Batra 15-16).
He will be from the tribe of Judah and a descendant of King David.
Jesus was born into the tribe of Judah in Israel. He would be Jewish as a man.
It was written by a member of a tribe of nomadic Jewish shepherds.
She was Jewish and was a member of the tribe of Judah.Galilean Jew
Nasi (prince; president; leader) (Numbers 1:16).
In the Bible, Reuben and Saul were of no relation to each other. Rueban founded the Tribe of Reuban and Saul was King.
Religion:Jewish tradition states that a Jew is any person whose mother was Jewish (Talmud, Kidushin 68b), or any person who has gone through a proper conversion to Judaism (Talmud, Yevamot 47a). Tribe:Within the Jewish people, your tribe (Kohen, Levi, other Israelites) follows that of your father.
Yes; he was from the tribe of Judah. And according to Jewish tradition, he married Miriam, the sister of Moses.