Share 'The Thirteen Principles of the Nazarene Faith'
By Maimonides, the Apostle John, J. Jury, and the unknown author of Ani Ma’amin.
The “Thirteen Principles,” originally composed by Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (RaMBaM) in the twelfth century C.E., are a very basic (but fundamental) set of beliefs that best define the Jewish faith. These principles were later developed by an unknown author into a series of poetic declarations called the A…
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