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Rabinówitsch, Joseph

(1837–99). Founder Jewish-Christian movement in Kishinev, Bessarabia, S Russ., on a tributary of the Dniester R., 90 mi. NW of Odessa; b. Resina, on the Dniester, Bessarabia; reared in strict Judaism; visited Palestine in the early 1880s; became Christian; studied NT; est. a cong. in Kishinev called Israelites of the New Covenant; bap. 1885. Works include apologetic writings.


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