And all they in the synagogue, when they heard these things, were filled with wrath,And rose up, and thrust him out of the city, and led him unto the brow of the hill whereon their city was built, that they might cast him down headlong.But he passing through the midst of them went his way,
Luke 4 v28-30.
Jesus taught/preached at the synagogue.
Mary and Joseph lived in Nazareth. The angel came to Mary in Nazareth. After Jesus was born in Bethlehem and went to Egypt for a short stay, the family returned to Nazareth. Joseph was a carpenter in Nazareth and taught Jesus to be a carpenter which trade he plied in Nazareth. During Jesus' ministry He went to Nazareth and preached in the Synagogue, but the people knowing Jesus most of His life could not believe He was the chosen Messiah.
No. he preached in a synagogue
Jesus of Nazareth was a Jewish teacher who traveled and preached in Judaea and Galilee.
Christianity originated in Israel where Jesus of Nazareth lived and preached.
It was mainly on love and forgiveness against your dear and near ones .
Jesus first appeared in the synagogue at the age of 12. He preached the gosplel
Jesus lived in Nazareth , but traveled around the country as well , parts like Jerusalem Galilee and Judea.
Malachi preached about God to the people of Israel
Jesus traveled and preached in Galilee, particularly in and around Nazareth and Capernaum. He went to Jerusalem (the garden of Gethsemane, Mount of Olives) when he was arrested.
after Siddhartha entered enlightenment he preached to others to follow what he did to reach enlightenment
Luke chapter 4 covers the temptation of Jesus after his baptism, his return to Galilee, where he preached in the synagogue, his eviction from Nazareth and his journey to Capernaum, where he healed Simon's mother-in-law and exorcised many demons.Scholars now know that the author of Luke's Gospel relied on Mark's Gospel for his primary source about the life and mission of Jesus. So, where Luke chapter 4 agrees with Mark, it could be historically true. He also used the hypothetical sayings document known as 'Q' as an additional source.The beginning of the story of the temptation of Jesus, Luke 4:1, corresponds with Mark 1:12-13, while verses 4:2-13 correspond to the Q document.While Mark does not mention Jesus returning to Nazareth, Luke 4:16-4:30 tells of Jesus going to Nazareth, where he read in the synagogue from the Book of Isaiah, soon angering the congregation. This provides a credible explanation for Nazareth never featuring in the mission of Jesus, although Matthewdoes not mention this and gives as the reason that it was to fulfil the words of the prophet. Since much of this is unique to Luke and seems to conflict with Matthew, it is not likely to be strictly historical. Moreover, archaeologists say that Nazareth was, at most, a small rural hamlet that could not have had its own synagogue at the time of Jesus.Similarly, the story of healing Simon's mother-in-law and exorcising many demons is unique to Luke. As Lukerelied on Mark and Q, the same sources as used by Matthew, this material is unlikely to be strictly historical.
Most christians believe that Jerusalem is a holy place, as it is where Jesus taught, preached, healed and was sentenced to death. Jesus spent a lot of his life in jerusalem even thogh he was born in Bethlehem in Nazareth
In the time of Jesus in Israel the religious houses were called synagogues, and yes Jesus preached in these. In Luke 4:16-30 is the story of Jesus going to the town he was raised in and preaching in that synagogue.
No it did not. Jesus is referred to as Jesus of Nazareth 22 times in the New Testamnet. It is thought that this is a Greek adaptation of a reconstructed, hypothetical term in Jewish Aramaic for the word later used in Rabbinical sources to refer to Jesus.It can be said that Christianity started in Judea because Jesus preached in several locations in Judea and his followers came from different parts of Judea.
Preached is the past tense of preach.
"He preached to the masses.""I was there when he preached to the masses and I can tell you this; a sermon with no beer vendor is poor excuse for an outdoor event..."
Buddha preached the Middle Path or Middle Way.
He preached to his friends and family first.
Jesus preached in a lot of places. He preached in synagogues and in open markets.
Yes, very much so. You can still visit Galilee where Jesus did most of his ministry and spend time on the hillside (where the sermon on the mount was preached) or in the ruins of the synagogue at Capernaum (where Jesus preached). In addition, the old part of the city of Jerusalem has hardly changed since Jesus' time and so you can trace his steps through the city where many important events occurred such as the trial, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.
The person who talked and preached the most about Jesu in the bible is Paul.
Preached means to spread a moral or religious message, usually by speeches or by personal communication and conversation.
Jesus was a Jew who was from Galilee which was part of the province of Syria of the Roman Empire. He also preached in Judea, which was another province of the Roman Empire. The early Christians were Jews who preached to other Jews, followed Jewish law and went to the synagogue. Christianity went beyond being a religion in Judea when Paul of Tarsus created a theology which made it a religion open to all gentiles (non-Jews). He said that you did not have to be a Jew or follow Jewish law to be a Christian. Faith in Jesus alone was what was needed to be a Christian. This paved the way for the spread of Christianity in the rest of the Roman Empire