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Brief Overview of Jude - The Douay Rheims Catholic Bible
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Jude is book number 26 of the New Testament. It contains 1
The Epistle is traditionally held to have been composed by Jude
Who was Jude? One of the Apostles of Jesus, also called Thaddaeus
What is the meaning of 'epistle'? Epistle is derived from the Greek word 'epistolē' meaning "letter." An epistle is a long, formal letter of sacred character
The New Testament contains 22 epistles written by Saints Paul, Peter, John, and others, that were addressed to Christian churches scattered throughout the Roman Empire.
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St. Jude, who wrote this Epistle, was one of the twelve Apostles and brother to St. James the Less. The time it was written is uncertain: only it may be inferred from verse 17 that few or none of the Apostles were then living, except St. John.
He speaks against the heresies and wicked practices of the Simonians, Nicolaites, and Gnostics, etc.,describing them and their leaders by strong epithets and similes
He exhorts the faithful to contend earnestly for the faith first delivered to them and to beware of heretics.
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