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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

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".