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  • [22] Onoma autou pneuma hagion, pneuma aletheias, pneuma tou Theou, pneuma kuriou, pneuma tou Patros, pneuma Christou, kai houto kalei auton he graphe.

    Pneumatologia

  • [48] Ou gar epeidan pampan akatalepton to Theion dia touto pou pantos medolos zetein peri autou proseken, all 'en rastone ton tou biou katanaliskein chronon; kata de to metron to merithen ekasto para tou kuriou, tes gnoseos ten exetasin philoponos poieisthai; hoti men akatalepton akribos pepeismenous; eph' hoson de choroumen dia tes theorias, heautous ekeino sunaptontas.

    Pneumatologia

  • [70] Ei tis legei proton peplasthai to soma tou kuriou hemon Iesou

    Pneumatologia

  • * Ou gar epeidan pampan akatalepton to Theion dia touto pou pantos medolos zetein peri autou proseken, all 'en rastone ton tou biou katanaliskein chronon; kata de to metron to merithen ekasto para tou kuriou, tes gnoseos ten exetasin philoponos poieisthai; hoti men akatalepton akribos pepeismenous; eph' hoson de choroumen dia tes theorias, heautous ekeino sunaptontas: [4948] 1

    Pneumatologia

  • * Onoma autou pneuma hagion, pneuma aletheias, pneuma tou Theou, pneuma kuriou, pneuma tou Patros, pneuma Christou, kai houto kalei auton he graphe.

    Pneumatologia

  • * Ei tis legei proton peplasthai to soma tou kuriou hemon Iesou

    Pneumatologia

  • As for Jud. 17 and 2 Peter iii. 2 (mnēsthēnai tōn proeirēmenōn rhēmatōn hupo tōn hagiōn prophētōn kai tēs tōn apostolōn humōn entolēs tou kuriou kai sōtēros), in the first passage it is certain, and in the second very likely, that only the twelve disciples are to be understood.

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

  • Didachê, writes: agapēseis hōs korēn tou ophthalmou sou panta ton lalounta soi ton logon kuriou, mnēsthēsē hēmeran kriseōs nuktos kai hēmeras (“Thou shalt love as the apple of thine eye everyone who speaks to thee the word of the Lord; night and day shalt thou remember the day of judgment”).

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

  • [303] Cp. 2 Thess.iii. 6: parangellomen humin en onomati tou kuriou I.Ch. stellesthai humas apo pantos adelphou ataktōs peripatountos, cp. verse 12.

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

  • Polyc.xvii. (ton huion tou theou proskunoumen, tous de marturas hōs mathētas kai mimētas tou kuriou agapōmen = we worship the Son of God, and love the martyrs as disciples and imitators of the Lord).

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

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