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When I speak of the ekklesia of wo/man as the hermeneutical center of feminist biblical interpretation and Christological construction, I do not speak of a women's church that excludes men.
Thus, ekklesia becomes a "place" or "event" of seeing, remembering, and connecting, of putting together what is fragmentary, pointing to what is true, enabling us to see and act, including in organized actions with others.
The Lukan Paul functioned through the system of synagogues and also "from house to house" and "from ekklesia to ekklesia ." Synagogues are non-existent in the letters bearing the name of Paul--the canonical.
A ekklesia crista pode ser definida como uma assembleia de cidadaos de pleno direito, de igual modo que se definem as assembleias politicas profanas.
She is a member of Ekklesia and the Cottage Grove Hospital Auxiliary, and is a volunteer at the Eugene Mission.
She is very active in her church community, the Ekklesia New Covenant in Holliston, where she sings in the chorus.
Wilson, a Baptist, describes ecclesial ferment among evangelicals and gives five examples: ancient/future Christianity; the Ekklesia Project; emerging churches; the missional church; and new monasticism.
And all I'm saying is, 'Wouldn't it be great if we did more of that?'" But Jonathan Bartley, director of Christian think-tank Ekklesia, said Mr Cameron's brutal cuts programme was attacking the poor and the weak - and would not have had Jesus's support.