Bereans

In ancient times, the Bereans were the inhabitants of the city of Berea, also known in the Bible as Beroea, and now known as Veria in what is today Greek Macedonia, northern Greece. The name has been taken up by certain Protestant groups. ==Biblical context== According to the Book of Acts, Chapter 17 verse 11, Paul of Tarsus and Silas preached at ...
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Bereans

Bereans or Beroeans (both: burē'unz) , members of a Protestant religious sect founded in Scotland by John Barclay c.1773. They took their name from the community mentioned in Acts 17.10–13. They held the main Calvinist doctrines and placed great emphasis on the study of the Scripture...
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Bereans

The Bereans (Barclayans) are a sect of dissenters from the Church of Scotland. They originated in Edinburgh in 1773, being founded by Barclay. They profess to follow the ancient Bereans in building their faith and practice upon the Scriptures alone, without regard to any human authority whatever.
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