Let us not forget, however, that the Galilean never claimed to set absolute law aside.
And now it seemed as if that obscure Galilean rebel had conquered in the end.
An universal commission and work were given to twelve men, chiefly Galilean peasants, to go forth and found the Church.
But of the fourth sect of Jewish philosophy, Judas the Galilean was the author.
The Galilean disciples were doubtless present, and were deeply moved by their Master's exclamation.
The calendars of the world have been changed by the Galilean carpenter.
These phenomena for the four Galilean satellites are predicted in the nautical almanacs.
Master, this is a Galilean hermit who wishes to know the sources of your wisdom.
The two fishermen could not hear the Galilean's reply, but they saw him walk down into the water, John the Baptizer leading.
I have heard you with curiosity, for I admire eloquence, even when it is Galilean!
an inhabitant or native of Galilee. This word was used as a name of contempt as applied to our Lord's disciples (Luke 22:59; Acts 2:7). All the apostles, with the exception of Judas Iscariot (Acts 1:11), were Galileans. Peter was detected by his Galilean accent (Matt. 26:69; Mark 14:70). This was also one of the names of reproach given to the early Christians. Julian the Apostate, as he is called, not only used the epithet himself when referring to Christ and his apostles, but he made it a law that no one should ever call the Christians by any other name.