Ekklesia: Greek word commonly translated as “church.” A group of “called out” ones. The collection of diverse people belonging to the family of God, bought and adopted by the death and resurrection of Christ.
Related Concepts and/or Examples
Body of Christ – metaphor used to describe the church
Church – history and usage of the term
The Church Does not Replace Israel – differences between Replacement, Separation and Remnant views
Early Christian Prayers – provides insight into our our spiritual ancestors understood and worshiped the Lord
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