Proselyte

The biblical term `proselyte` is an anglicization of the Koine Greek term προσήλυτος/proselytos, as used in the Greek Old Testament for `stranger`, i.e. a `newcomer to Israel`; a `sojourner in the land`, and in the Greek New Testament for a first century convert to Judaism, generally from Ancient Greek religion. It is a translati...
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Proselyte

• (n.) A new convert especially a convert to some religion or religious sect, or to some particular opinion, system, or party; thus, a Gentile converted to Judaism, or a pagan converted to Christianity, is a proselyte. • (v. t.) To convert to some religion, opinion, or system; to bring over.
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proselyte

(from the article `Peter the Apostle, Saint`) ...(Acts 10:1), Peter introduced Gentiles into the church. According to Jewish requirements, a Gentile convert must first become a Jew through the ...
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proselyte

noun a new convert; especially a gentile converted to Judaism
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Proselyte

Pros'e·lyte noun [ Middle English proselite , Old French proselite , French proselytus , Greek ..., adj., that has come, noun , a new comer, especially, one who has come over from heathenism to the Jewish religion; ... toward, to + (prob.) the root of ... to come.] A new convert esp...
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proselyte

Convert to a religion; in particular, to Judaism. The religions keenest to make converts are Christianity (see mission) and Islam. In the early years of the Roman Empire, many Roman citizens of high...
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proselyte

[n] - a new convert
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