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Definition of Pharisaical

Pharisaical
Pharisaic Phar`i*sa"ic (f[a^]r`[i^]*s[=a]"[i^]k), Pharisaical Phar`i*sa"ic*al (-[i^]*kal), a. [L. Pharisaicus, Gr. Farisai:ko`s: cf. F. pharisa["i]que. See Pharisee.] 1. Of or pertaining to the Pharisees; resembling the Pharisees. ``The Pharisaic sect among the Jews.' --Cudworth. 2. Hence: Addicted to external forms and ceremonies; making a show of religion without the spirit of it; ceremonial; formal; hypocritical; self-righteous. ``Excess of outward and pharisaical holiness.' --Bacon. ``Pharisaical ostentation.' --Macaulay. -- Phar`i*sa"ic*al*ly, adv. -- Phar`i*sa"ic*al*ness, n.

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- and Legalism (theology)), the word "pharisee" (and its derivatives: "pharisaical", etc.) has come into semi-common usage in English to describe a hypocritical...
- Somerset v Stewart, he voiced frustration at British abolitionists: O Pharisaical Britain! to pride thyself in setting free a single Slave that happens...
- disappeared when the second Temple was destro**** in the year 70 C.E and Pharisaic Judaism became the preeminent Jewish sect. Langmuir, Gavin (1993). History...
- Press, 2007. 71-72. World History in Context. Web. 30 Mar. 2016.\ Lucan, Pharisaical, (c.61-65), trans. Robert Graves, book IX Crawford, Amy (April 1, 2007)...
- texts such as the Talmud. The basic form of the rabbi developed in the Pharisaic (167 BCE–73 CE) and Talmudic (70–640 CE) eras, when learned teachers ****embled...
- religious piety. Apparently, the family lineage had been very attached to Pharisaic traditions and observances for generations. Acts says that he was an artisan...
- Samuel (December 1956). "The Crucifixion of Jesus from the Standpoint of Pharisaic Law". Journal of Biblical Literature. The Society of Biblical Literature...
- codification of the Babylonian Talmud. Rabbinic Judaism has its roots in Pharisaic Judaism and is based on the belief that Moses at Mount Sinai received...
- wings of enthusiasm and longing and then sank down into the lowlands of pharisaic self-righteousness. For all virtue destroys itself as soon as it ceases...
- Belief in the resurrection of the dead in the messianic age was a core Pharisaic doctrine. Most of Jesus's teachings were intelligible and acceptable in...