koinonia


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Noun1.koinonia - Christian fellowship or communion with God or with fellow Christians; said in particular of the early Christian community
fellowship, family - an association of people who share common beliefs or activities; "the message was addressed not just to employees but to every member of the company family"; "the church welcomed new members into its fellowship"
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The other names proposed for the Koinonia symposium on the future of the ecumenical movement were the Archbishop of York, Prof.
The award-winning Koinonia Trio will perform at the David Adler Music and Arts Center at 7 p.m.
It always involves a certain koinonia or "togetherness." What is decisive for Platonic ontology is thus an understanding of being as the "possibility of togetherness," dunamis koinonias (p.
Gillian Evans gives some useful background from the Malines Conversations and twentieth-century developments in Roman Catholic ecclesiology when she discusses `The Genesis of the ARCIC Methodology'; Donna Geernaert widens the reference of koinonia from ecclesiology to creation in `Koinonia: Integrating Issues of Faith and Justice in Ecumenical Dialogue'; Joan Greatrex's `Koinonia as the Key to the Church's Self-Understanding and to Ecumenical Rapprochement' is less adventurous; in `History, the Church and Ecumenism', David M.
The modest houses, the first of which went up in a pine thicket on Koinonia Farm, were sold at cost, with no interest.
This communion or koinonia has a fourfold relational dimension: communion within the triune God, the communion of the church (including the communion of saints), the communion among human beings, and communion with creation.
He discusses ecumenical attitudes and premises for ecumenical ecclesiology from Amsterdam in 1948 to Montreal in 1963, mutual accountability and conciliar fellowship from Montreal in 1963 to Canberra in 1991, mutual accountability and the church as koinonia until 1998, and a systematic theological evaluation.
This koinonia, fellowship and communion, is best experienced in the Sunday Eucharist.
Central to this is the thematic emphasis on koinonia. In what follows, I will argue that in contrast to previous ecumenical convergences that had the potential to make Baptists suspicious, the embrace of koinonia may alleviate certain concerns among Baptists.
Koinonia reported on Tuesday the receipt of a USD20,000 Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) grant to provide staff with trauma-informed care training.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 01 (ANI): Fourteen-year-old Karthik Nemmani from McKinney, Texas, has won the 2018 Scripps Spelling Bee Championship after spelling the word 'koinonia' correctly.
At the finals held last Thursday, May 31, Karthik Nemmani held the audience "spell" bound with his winning word "koinonia."