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Bereans

Bereans or Beroeans (both: bərē´ənz), members of a Protestant religious sect founded in Scotland by John Barclay c.1773. They took their name from the community mentioned in Acts 17.10–13. They held the main Calvinist doctrines and placed great emphasis on the study of the Scriptures. The sect is extinct.

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Beroeans

Beroeans: see Bereans.

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