Apostles?


#1

The word apostles comes from Greek word apostello, but I’m confused as to what apostello means. Can anyone tell me?


#2

[quote="Abbagail, post:1, topic:319291"]
The word apostles comes from Greek word apostello, but I'm confused as to what apostello means. Can anyone tell me?

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This article in the Catholic Encyclopedia on "apostle" should answer your question.
newadvent.org/cathen/01626c.htm


#3

Short answer: "sent."


#4

[quote="Abbagail, post:1, topic:319291"]
The word apostles comes from Greek word apostello, but I'm confused as to what apostello means. Can anyone tell me?

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I know it's different from being an Abbot otherwise it would be Abott and Apostelo!


#5

You’re going to have to confess that, you know.


#6

[quote="Abbagail, post:1, topic:319291"]
The word apostles comes from Greek word apostello, but I'm confused as to what apostello means. Can anyone tell me?

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blueletterbible.org/lang/lexicon/lexicon.cfm?Strongs=G652&t=KJV

The http://www.blueletterbible.org/index.cfm is a great fast resource for Greek or Hebrew meanings.


#7

[quote="Polycarp1, post:4, topic:319291"]
I know it's different from being an Abbot otherwise it would be Abott and Apostelo!

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lol :D


#8

thanks for the answer.:)


#9

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