“Though the title "Apostle" is nowhere else applied to Christ, it is appropriate here in addressing Hebrews, who used the term of the delegates sent by the high priest to collect the temple tribute from Jews resident in foreign countries, even as Christ was”
“The Apostle is about the only thing that ever came close, and Duvall had to push that one himself.”
“+ The word Apostle has also in the New Testament a larger meaning, and denotes some inferior disciples who, under the direction of the”
“There are some passages in which the extension of the word Apostle is doubtful, as Luke, xi, 49; John, xiii, 16; II Cor.,”
“+ The name Apostle denotes principally one of the twelve disciples who, on a solemn occasion, were called by Christ to a special mission.”
“In the Synoptics the name Apostle occurs but seldom with this meaning; only once in Matthew and Mark.”
“Christ made to him (i, 14); he calls the Apostle Paul his brother, i.e., his colleague in the Apostolate (iii, 15); and he identifies himself with the author of the First Epistle.”
“The Apostle is lying becalmed inside the point, and her boats are out to wing.”
“The more general application of the name Apostle in the Apostolic age is no proof that Christ did not originally use it in the narrower sense.”
“But on the road to Damascus, he was transformed and became known as the Apostle to the Gentiles, a man who wrote engaging letters that said the way to salvation was through faith in Jesus.”
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