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Katharine July 15, 2019 at 10:12 am

Not to seem argumentative, but Jesus did say at the Last Supper, that He would not partake of the fruit of the vine until the Wedding Supper of the Lamb, or something like that.
And after He made this proclamation, He did refuse the vinegar they offered Him on the cross, which could easily have been grape vinegar. I’ve often wondered about this and found your site by searching this very topic. 🙂

Jack Wellman July 15, 2019 at 2:52 pm

Thank you Katharine. You bring up a very good point. Very insightful.

Teddy August 5, 2019 at 10:43 am

I believe Jesus was a Nazarite.For they were all but a symbol of him.Also look at the meaning of Nazarite and see if he doesn’t qualify to be one.

Jack Wellman August 5, 2019 at 12:01 pm

Hello Teddy. The definition of a Nazarite is that He is an Israelite consecrated to the service of God, under vows to abstain from alcohol, let the hair grow, and avoid defilement by contact with corpses (Num. 6), but since Jesus’ touched many dead bodies as He was raising them from the dead, He was not a true Nazarite. Historical evidence shows that Jews at the time of Jesus’ ministry and years before and after, never wore long hair as Jesus is falsely depicted.





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