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Nicodemus was a Pharisee and also a member of the Jewish ruling council. The first of the three places where he has been mentioned in the Gospel of John is when he visits Jesus one night to discuss Jesus' teachings. This Jesus Christ and Nicodemus Christian PowerPoint Theme or template is for most purposes colored dark blue. The download includes a Title slide that's independent of the remaining slides in the template.

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