Sadducee

NOUN
  1. a member of an ancient Jewish sect around the time of Jesus; opposed to the Pharisees
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  • The various sects that developed - such as the Sadducees and the Karaites - questioned the oral tradition or rabbinic law, but never the Divine origin of the Torah.
  • '■' ■ Thz Sadducees maintain, that the foul pcriflies with the body; A New Introduction to the Study and Knowledge of the New Testament
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  • The origin of their name is involved in great difficulties, but the most satisfactory conjecture is that the Sadducees or Zadokites were originally identical with the sons of Zadok, and constituted what may be termed a kind of sacerdotal aristocracy, this Zadok being the priest who declared in favor of Solomon when Abiathar took the part of Adonijah. Smith's Bible Dictionary
  • However, be there this distinction betwixt them, or some other, or indeed none at all, yet I presume they were both doctors of traditions, and expounders of that which they called the oral law, in opposition to the scribes, whether amongst the Jews or the Sadducees, who employed themselves in the textual exposition of the law. From the Talmud and Hebraica
  • The Pharisees and Sadducees came looking for a sign and the signs were all around them.
  • The Sadducees were always more acceptable in the eyes of the Hellenist Jews than their rabbinic foes.
  • John finds this richly ironic, because he knows that Pharisees and Sadducees would be united in their "citified" contempt of him, because he's a roughneck who doesn't "dress properly," and everyone in Jerusalem surely knows it. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • The Sadducees deny that there is any resurrection, any future state, so anastasis may signify; not only no return of the body to life, but no continuance of the soul in life, no world of spirits, no state of recompence and retribution for what was done in the body. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)
  • It's the reason why the once great Karaite and Sadducee communities are irrelevant or non-existent, respectively. Rabbi Adam Jacobs: The Jewish American Gut-Check
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