kerygma

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From Ancient Greek κῆρυγμα ‎(kêrugma, proclamation, preaching), from κηρυσσω ‎(kērussō, I proclaim, preach), from κῆρυξ ‎(kêrux, herald)

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kerygma ‎(plural kerygmas or kerygmata)

  1. The Apostolic proclamation of religious truths, especially as taught in the Gospels.

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