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What does BTJ stand for?

BTJ stands for Back to Jerusalem (Christian movement)

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She was exposed to a different narrative and, with an open heart and mind, her curiosity took her back to Jerusalem to pursue Middle East studies at the Hebrew University.
The truth of the matter was they were going to have to walk; not run, not fly, but walk through some of the worst desert and mountainous ground in the world as they trudged from Babylon back to Jerusalem.
Jump to Jerusalem': The New Back to Jerusalem Movement of the Chinese Christian World, 2000-2010.
Abraham is anachronistically identified as a Jew (Judaism historically developed out of the remnant of Judah after the exile), and the biblical materials are treated so cavalierly that Salkin has Ezra and Nehemiah's being sent back to Jerusalem by King Cyrus in the sixth century, despite the Bible's placing this event in the reign of King Artaxerxes in the late fifth or early fourth century.
PAINTER Haela Al Waary, a Palestinian refugee who has grown up in Bahrain, is on a mission of art and on a journey she hopes will one day take her back to Jerusalem.
In the southern town of Al-Azair, Bashir Zaalan, a Shiite Muslim, cares for the shrine of Ezra, the towering scholar of Jewish law said to have led several hundred Israelites back to Jerusalem in the 5th century BC.