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People would be judged based upon whether they Looking for a frienship and possibly more in nazareth up in Judea, Samaria, or Galilee cf. And, then as now, the more remote and less urban the location, the more likely people were to look down on those who came from there. So it is with Nazareth in Galilee. Galilee itself was seen as remote, away from the epicenter of Judaism in Jerusalem, not known for erudition or much possivly. Within Galilee itself, Nazareth barely registers, receiving friensyip mention from Jewish sources before the third century of our era. This insignificance led some skeptics to Loo,ing whether Nazareth existed at all in the first century CE, but archaeological evidence does indicate the place was inhabited.
It is now believed that Nazareth was a village of no more than in the days when Jesus grew up there. Nazareth is about 16 miles southwest of the Sea of Galilee; it is not near the Mediterranean Sea and would not be on a lot of travel routes. It is evident why Nazareth would easily be despised in the eyes of others: In the eyes of more educated and urban Jews, the Nazarenes would have been judged as ignorant at best and perhaps as simple-minded sinners at worst. We can imagine how excited Nathanael would be at the prospect of meeting the One whom God had promised!
And then Philip identifies who He is: Jesus of Nazareth John 1: And so he asks his famous question: Pulpit Commentary Verses The ordinary interpretations of the meaning of this question are not satisfactory. The "good thing" may, however, be the contrast between the unimportance of the place in the political or religious history of the people, as compared with Jerusalem, Tiberias, Jericho, Bethlehem. It is never mentioned in the Old Testament or in Josephus.
Nathanael may have known its mediocrity, and have been startled by the possibility of a carpenter's son, in a spot utterly undistinguished, being the Messiah of whom their sacred writers spoke. Philip saith unto him, Come and see. This was his strongest argument. To look upon him is to believe. He had much more to learn in after days John At this moment he and Nathanael stood on ground consecrated by ancient history, and thrilling with the thunder peals of the Baptist, mazed and wistful from much longing, thinking of the union between heaven and earth which had been revealed in the experience of ancient prophets, dwelling on the careers of Israel, Moses, and Elijah in their rapt transports, musing under fig trees or the like, and longing for the great King.
He may Loooing have reasoned on this wise: Would that I too might see in him, as John has done, some vision of the opened heaven, that I too might hear some unmistakable voice! Taking notice jazareth, and laying frlenship on what Philip said, that he was of Nazareth, which at once stumbled, and prejudiced him against Jesus being the Messiah; knowing very well that Bethlehem was to be the place of his birth: The ln country of Galilee was had in contempt with the Nazafeth but Nazareth was so mean a place, that it seems it was even despised by its neighbours, by the Galilaeans themselves; for Nathanael was a Galilean, that said these words.
It was so miserable a place that he could hardly think that any sort of good thing, even any worldly good thing, could come from thence; and it was so wicked, as appears from their murderous designs upon our Lord, that he thought no good man could arise from hence; and still less, any prophet, any person of great note; and still least of all, that that good thing, or person, the Messiah, should spring from it: The phrase,"come, see", is often used in the book of Zohar q: Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible Commentary The question sprang from mere dread of mistake in a matter so vital.
Come and see—Noble remedy against preconceived opinions [Bengel]. Philip, though he could not perhaps solve his difficulty, could show him how to get rid of it. See on Joh 6: Matthew Henry Commentary 1: