mediatorship


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mediatorship

(ˈmiːdɪˌeɪtəʃɪp)
n
the position of a mediator
Translations

mediatorship

n
(= role of mediator)Vermittleramt nt, → Vermittlerrolle f
(= help, arrangement)Vermittlung f
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This occurs through the mediatorship of Christ: "No matter how enlightened one might be .
Commenting on Israeli administration's negative opinion regarding Turkey's mediatorship in the Middle East peace process, Erdogan said Turkey was ready to undertake such a duty directly or indirectly if there were any demands.
It does not have all that ontological baggage associated with mediatorship.
Here, conventional anti-Catholic polemic leads to a stress on the sole mediatorship of Christ, and thus a rejection of the Catholic mistake that would allegedly make Christ-like intermediaries of mere humans (i.
The report of the second phase of the latter dialogue, for example, witnesses to the shared belief in the sole mediatorship of Christ, and declares that through him "we have reconciliation with God" and "among ourselves".