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(ˌhɒmələˈɡuːmɪnə) or


pl n
(Bible) Bible formal those sections of the New Testament that have been accepted since the early Christian era as being part of the body of sacred or officially recognized writings
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homologumena, homologoumena

the collection of books from the New Testament recognized from the earlier period of the Christian church as authoritative and canonical.
See also: Collections and Collecting
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(12) "Homologoumena de taut' an eie kai tois en arkhe.
In the homologoumena other than Philemon, Paul's credentials are rendered as "apostle", "slave/servant of Christ" or both "slave/servant" and "apostle".