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  • So that latreia signifieth generally all service; but douleia the service of bondmen only, and the condition of slavery: and both are used in Scripture, to signify our service of God, promiscuously.

    Leviathan

  • They that seek the distinction of divine and civil worship, not in the intention of the worshipper, but in the words douleia and latreia, deceive themselves.

    Leviathan

  • Slavery itself (douleia) being regarded as the normal condition of a certain portion of the human race and not in itself immoral.

    Memorabilia

  • Proskynesis (which oddly enough means etymologically the same thing as adoratio = = ad + os, kynein, to kiss) corresponds in Christian use to the Latin veneratio; douleia would generally be translated cultus.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

  • The words proskynesis (as distinct from latreia) and douleia became the technical ones for this inferior honour.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

  • [Greek: douleia], we find, because His essential work was to obey, to

    To My Younger Brethren Chapters on Pastoral Life and Work

  • Slavery itself ({douleia}) being regarded as the normal condition of a certain portion of the human race and not in itself immoral.

    The Memorabilia

  • The present seems to be a convenient place for observing, that however the distinction is strongly insisted upon, or rather implicitly acquiesced in by many, which would admit of a worship or service called dulia (the Greek [Greek: douleia]) to saints and angels, and would limit the worship or service called latria ([Greek: latreia]) to the supreme

    Primitive Christian Worship Or, The Evidence of Holy Scripture and the Church, Against the Invocation of Saints and Angels, and the Blessed Virgin Mary

  • They that seek the distinction of Divine and Civill Worship, not in the intention of the Worshipper, but in the Words douleia, and latreia, deceive themselves.

    Leviathan

  • ‘contrivers,’ douleia for douloi, basileiai for basileis, mainomena kedeumata for ganaika mainomenen; e chreia ton paidon in the sense of ‘indigent children,’ and paidon ikanotes; to ethos tes apeirias for e eiothuia apeiria; kuparitton upse te kai kalle thaumasia for kuparittoi mala upselai kai kalai.

    Laws

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  • The (inferior) kind of veneration paid by Roman Catholics to saints and angels; opposed to latria (supreme worship which is due to God alone) (an alternate spelling of DULIA).

    April 25, 2013