from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of a priestly, aristocratic Jewish sect founded in the second century B.C. that accepted only the written Mosaic law and that ceased to exist after the destruction of the Temple in A.D. 70.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A member of an ancient Jewish sect possibly formed as a political party in the 2nd century BCE and existed until around the 1st century CE.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One of a sect among the ancient Jews, who denied the resurrection, a future state, and the existence of angels.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An adherent of a skeptical school of Judaism in the time of Christ, which denied the immortality of the soul, the existence of angels, and the authority of the historical and poetical books of the Old Testament and of the oral tradition on which Pharisaic doctrine was largely founded.
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- n. a member of an ancient Jewish sect around the time of Jesus; opposed to the Pharisees
Well Mr. Oâ€ ™ Reilly, perhaps you should open that Bible you claim to know, and read about a little Judeo group called the Sadduceeâ€ ™ s, who unfortunately do not meet your assertation that ALL Judeo-Christian philosophies believe in a Heaven and a Hell.
Well Mr. Oâ€ ™ Reilly, perhaps you should open that Bible you claim to know, and read about a little Judeo group called the Sadduceeâ€ ™ s, who unfortunately do not meet your supposed facts.
"Sadducee" that "there be/A land of souls beyond that sable shore" (st.
It's the reason why the once great Karaite and Sadducee communities are irrelevant or non-existent, respectively.
Why, it's like so many of us had fathers named Pharisee, and mothers named Sadducee.
Thus Second Temple Pharisees, in their legal dispute with their Sadducee opponents (Jerusalem Talmud [JT]: Bava Batra 8: 1, 16a), zealously upheld this ruling as the final word on the matter.
Christ's attack on Temple business practices such as converting foreign exchange was seen as a threat to the Sadducee Priests 'power, thus resulting in their willingness to turn him over to Pilate on the claim of fomenting rebellion against Rome.
George W Bush has destroyed the Republican Party, and while he said that he was a Christian, he is obviously the furthest thing from a true Christian (he is more like a Pharisee or Sadducee).
He was too much like his father; he was a military man and a Sadducee.
"Huckabee is the head of the Sadducee and Pharisee wing of the Republican Party."