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Avrupa Birliği bayrağındaki on iki yıldız, birliğin on iki kurucu üyesini sembolize etmemektedir. O, on iki havariyi sembolize etmektedir. - The twelve stars on the flag of the European Union do not symbolize the twelve founding members of the union. They symbolize the Twelve Apostles.

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oniki havariden biri
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{i} Hz. İsa'nın on iki havarisinden biri
{i} bir hareketin lideri, önder
Mormon kilisesi idare heyeti üyelerinden biri
{i} lider
herhangi bir ahlaki reform hareketinin öncüsü
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İngilizce - İngilizce
Greek given male name
A top-ranking ecclesiastical official in the twelve-seat Mormon administrative council
One of the group of twelve disciples chosen by Jesus to preach and spread the Gospel
A pioneer or early advocate of a particular cause, prophet of a belief
A person who is plucked, i.e. refused an academic degree
A letter dismissory
A missionary, or leader of a religious mission, especially one in the early Christian Church (but see Apostle)
The trial court record sent to an appeal court concerning an appeal
A top-ranking ecclesiastical official in the Mormon (twelve-seat, hence the term) administrative council
A note sent to an appeal court presenting the appeal in summary
any messenger commissioned by or as by divine authority
{n} a messenger sent to preach the gospel
the twelve followers of Christ who were sent to spread the Christian message after his death and resurrection; the place of Judas Iscariot was taken by Matthias; the grace and the authority of the church were believed to have passed directly from Christ through the apostles
God's law Saul
{i} one of the 12 disciples of Jesus; missionary of the early Christian church; one who spreads the teachings of Christianity; one who advances an important cause or idea
ONE OF THE TWELVE There were twelve specific disciples of Christ who were ordained to this highest office in the priesthood The Apostles are often referred to as disciples, which they were, however not all disciples mentioned in the four gospels are the 12 Apostles
Literally, "a great person sent forth," that is, sent on a special mission In the New Testament, any of the original Twelve Disciples, also Matthias and Paul Paul identifies "apostle" as a spiritual gift
One of the group of twelve men whom Jesus Christ chose to be His special followers and helpers
A pioneer or early advocate of a particular cause
There are two kinds of apostles in the New Testament
A Christian term to refer to Jesus' immediate followers An apostle must generally someone who was personally chosen by Jesus, and to have seen him Sometimes, the term is used to refer only to the twelve disciples, or to the disciples and Paul Other times, it has been used to refer to the 70 disciples selected by Jesus In Romans 16: 7, Paul refers to a female apostle, Junia, as "outstanding among the apostles " (NIV)
One of Jesus' twelve disciples; also any early preacher of Christianity One of Jesus' twelve disciples; also any early preacher of Christianity
one of the twelve disciples of Jesus, chosen personally by him from amongst his large crowd of followers in order to continue his work and preach the gospels
1 higher self 2 follow of the light 3 source of guidance
any important early teacher of Christianity or a Christian missionary to a people
Literally: One sent forth; a messenger
Greek for "one dispatched or sent off, an envoy"; within Christian circles this term came to mean one sent forth by God (or Jesus) for a mission The term or role is used within the New Testament of the eleven disciples closest to Jesus who survive his death, as well as Mary Magdalene (John 20: 17-18), Paul (Gal 1: 1) and Junia (Rom 16: 7), it came to be understood as a status proper to bishops
The term for the Epistle in the older books Usually the first of the scripture readings chanted at the Liturgy
a person sent by another; a messenger; envoy This word is once used as a descriptive designation of Jesus Christ, the Sent of the Father (Heb 3: 1; John 20: 21) It is, however, generally used as designating the body of disciples to whom he intrusted the organization of his church and the dissemination of his gospel, "the twelve," as they are called (Matt 10: 1-5; Mark 3: 14; 6: 7; Luke 6: 13; 9: 1) We have four lists of the apostles, one by each of the synoptic evangelists (Matt 10: 2-4; Mark 3: 16; Luke 6: 14), and one in the Acts (1: 13) No two of these lists, however, perfectly coincide
Specifically: One of the twelve disciples of Christ, specially chosen as his companions and witnesses, and sent forth to preach the gospel
name given to one of the twelve men chosen to form Jesus' inner circle Not everyone who wanted to be his disciple was chosen for his inner circle; Jesus sought out men with different personalities and particular talents The Apostles forsook everything to follow Jesus Compare with disciple
A missionary, or leader of a mission, especially one in the early Christian Church (but see Apostle)
Someone sent with a special message or commission Jesus is called the apostle and high Priest of our confession in Hebrews 3: 1 The twelve apostles of Jesus were Simon Peter, Andrew, James the son of Zebedee, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, James the son of Alphaeus, Thaddaeus, Simon the Zealot, and Judas Iscariot Paul became an apostle after Jesus' resurrection (2 Cor 1: 1), along with Barnabas (Acts 14: 14), and others Apostles established churches (Rom 15: 17-20), exposed error (Gal 1: 6-9), and defended the truth of the gospel (Phil 1: 7,17) Some were empowered by the Holy Spirit to perform Miracles (Matt 10: 1,8) and they were to preach the gospel (Matt 28: 19,20)
a paper sent up on appeals in the admiralty courts
Men who are plucked, refused their degree
(New Testament) one of the original 12 disciples chosen by Christ to preach his gospel
A brief letter dimissory sent by a court appealed from to the superior court, stating the case, etc
An apostle of a particular philosophy, policy, or cause is someone who strongly believes in it and works hard to promote it. Her mother was a dedicated apostle of healthy eating. = proponent. Any of the 12 disciples chosen by Jesus. They were Peter, James and John (sons of Zebedee), Andrew, Philip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, James (son of Alphaeus), Thaddaeus or Judas (son of James), Simon the Cananaean or Zealot, and Judas Iscariot. The 12 were privileged to attend Jesus continually and receive his teaching. Peter, James, and John formed an inner circle and were allowed to witness such events as the Transfiguration and the agony of Jesus at Gethsemane. After the defection and death of Judas Iscariot, Matthias was elected an Apostle. Paul also claimed the title on the ground that he had seen the Lord and been commissioned by him
From the Greek word 'apostolos', which means 'one who is sent 'In the Bible this is the title given particularly to the twelve disciples of Jesus and to St Paul who were commissioned by Jesus to spread the message of Christianity but it was also given to others who were sent out by the church to do foundational work
The apostles were the followers of Jesus Christ who went from place to place telling people about him and trying to persuade them to become Christians. = disciple
an ardent early supporter of a cause or reform; "an apostle of revolution"
The missionary who first plants the Christian faith in any part of the world; also, one who initiates any great moral reform, or first advocates any important belief; one who has extraordinary success as a missionary or reformer; as, Dionysius of Corinth is called the apostle of France, John Eliot the apostle to the Indians, Theobald Mathew the apostle of temperance
A method of certifying international documents. See apostil
(New Testament) one of the original 12 disciples chosen by Christ to preach his gospel any important early teacher of Christianity or a Christian missionary to a people an ardent early supporter of a cause or reform; "an apostle of revolution
someone sent as messenger or missionary of the Church In the NT, the 12 disciples chosen by Christ to be the primary witnesses to his teaching, miracles and resurrection
postel
apostle spoon
a spoon (usually silver) with an image of an Apostle or other Christian religious figure as the termination of the handle
apostle spoons
plural form of apostle spoon, usually as a set of twelve representing the different apostles
apostles
Letters dismissory
apostles
plural form of apostle
apostleship
The position, post, or duty of being an apostle
apostleship
{n} the position or duty of an apostle
Apostles
{i} disciples of Jesus
Apostleship
the position of apostle
Saint John the Apostle
or St. John the Evangelist or St. John the Divine flourished 1st century AD One of the original Twelve Apostles of Jesus, traditionally credited with writing the fourth Gospel and three New Testament epistles. The book of Revelation was also traditionally assigned to him. His father was a Galilean fisherman. John and his brother James (see St. James) were among the first disciples called by Jesus, and John appears to have held a position of authority in the early church after the resurrection. Later accounts of his life are based on legend. He is said to have died in Ephesus, and his tomb became a site of pilgrimage. John's Gospel, unlike the other three, presents a well-developed theological point of view, on a level with the letters of St. Paul. After a prologue in which he identifies God with the Word (Logos), he offers selected episodes from Jesus' life and ministry. His explications of theological issues such as the significance of the Son of God greatly influenced the development of Christian doctrine
Saint Peter the Apostle
orig. Simon died AD 64, Rome Disciple of Jesus, recognized as the leader of the Twelve Apostles. Jesus called him Cephas (Aramaic for "Rock"; rendered in Greek as "Petros") and said "Upon this rock I will build my church" (Matthew 16: 18). When Jesus was arrested, according to the biblical account, Peter denied him three times, as Jesus had foretold. Accounts of Peter's life and ministry rely on the four Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, the epistles of Peter, and the epistles of St. Paul. Peter worked with Paul in Antioch and later carried on missionary work in Asia Minor. According to tradition, he eventually went to Rome, where he suffered martyrdom by being crucified upside down. Saint Peter's Basilica is said to have been built on the site of his grave in Rome. In Roman Catholicism he is regarded as the first in the unbroken succession of popes. Jesus' promise to give him the "keys of the kingdom" led to the popular perception of Peter as the gatekeeper of heaven. The Roman Catholic church celebrates five feast days in honour of Peter, and in each the name of Paul is associated
St. Paul the Apostle
{i} (New Testament) one of the apostles of Jesus
apostles
plural of apostle
apostleship
The office or dignity of an apostle
apostleship
{i} role of missionary or disciple (Christianity)
epistle of paul the apostle to philemon
a New Testament book containing an epistle from Saint Paul to Philemon asking Philemon to forgive the slave for escaping
epistle of paul the apostle to the colossians
a New Testament book containing an epistle from Saint Paul to the Colossians in ancient Phrygia
epistle of paul the apostle to the ephesians
a New Testament book containing the epistle from Saint Paul to the Ephesians which explains the divine plan for the world and the consummation of this in Christ
epistle of paul the apostle to the galatians
a New Testament book containing the epistle from Saint Paul to the Galatians
epistle of paul the apostle to the philippians
a New Testament book containing an epistle from Saint Paul to the church a Philippi in Macedonia
epistle of paul the apostle to the romans
a New Testament book containing an exposition of the doctrines of Saint Paul; written in AD 58
epistle of paul the apostle to titus
a new Testament book containing Saint Paul's epistle to Titus; contains advice on pastoral matters
first epistle of paul the apostle to the corinthians
a New Testament book containing the first epistle from Saint Paul to the church at Corinth
first epistle of paul the apostle to the thessalonians
a New Testament book containing Saint Paul's first epistle to the Thessalonians
first epistle of paul the apostle to timothy
a New Testament book containing Saint Paul's first epistle to Timothy; contains advice on pastoral matters
second epistle of paul the apostle to the corinthians
a New Testament book containing the second epistle from Saint Paul to the church at Corinth
second epistle of paul the apostle to the thessalonians
a New Testament book containing Saint Paul's seceond epistle to the Thessalonians
second epistle of paul the apostle to timothy
a New Testament book containing Saint Paul's second epistle to Timothy; contains advice on pastoral matters
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