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- enPR: ăʺpu̇stŏʹlĭk
- (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ˌæpəˈstɒlɪk/
- (US) IPA(key): /ˌæpəˈstɑːlɪk/
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- (religion, Christianity) Pertaining to apostles or their practice of teaching; pertaining to the apostles (of early Christianity) or their teachings.
- an apostolic mission
- the apostolic age
- 1993, Robert D. Cornwall, Visible and Apostolic: The Constitution of the Church in High Church Anglican and Non-Juror Thought, University of Delaware Press, Associated University Presses, page 74,
- Chapter 3 demonstrated that high churchmen perceived the Church of England to be a visible society and a member of the one holy catholic and apostolic church, though they particularly emphasized the apostolicity of the church.
- 2002, John Kingsley Alley, The Apostolic Revelation: The Reformation of the Church, Peace Publishing, page 153,
- That was the story of The Salvation Army repeated in many places, at least partly because a small group of people touched the power of the apostolic anointing. […] In this true story about William Booth, we have an example of what is meant to happen under apostolic grace.
- 2004, Arnold Provoost, The Apostolic Way of Thought in Early Christian Iconography, A. Hilhorst (editor), The Apostolic Age in Patristic Thought, BRILL, page 158,
- I would like to give this dissertation on the apostolic world of thought in early Christian iconography the subtitle of 'In the land of the blessed' —'Μακάρων ἐνἱ χώρῳ'.
- 2008, Jonas Clark, Advanced Apostolic Studies, Spirit of Life Publishing, page 60,
- Apostolic churches break out of the four walls of the sanctuary onto the streets and into the homes to preach the Gospel.
- According to the doctrines of the apostles; delivered or taught by the apostles.
- apostolic faith or practice
- Of or pertaining to the pope or the papacy; papal.
- apostolic age
- apostolic church (the church of any of the apostolic sees; the Christian church in general during the apostolic age)
- apostolic father (any of various early Christian theologians or leading figures traditionally believed to have known the apostles)
- apostolic poverty (a 13th century doctrine professed by the mendicant orders)
- apostolic see (any of the sees according to tradition founded by apostles)
pertaining to apostles, or to the apostles
according to the doctrines of the apostles
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