Twelve Apostles

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Twelve Apostles

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Twelve Disciples:

see apostleapostle
[Gr.,=envoy], one of the prime missionaries of Christianity. The apostles of the first rank are saints Peter, Andrew, James (the Greater), John, Thomas, James (the Less), Jude (or Thaddaeus), Philip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Simon, and Matthias (replacing Judas Iscariot).
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In the year 1016, the long-lived thirteenth apostle set off as planned with twelve parchment scrolls inscribed by the apostles, believing that when they were read at Glastonbury Tor, history would be rewritten and the world would be restored to the glorious state originally envisioned by God.
"The Thirteenth Apostle" follows Sasha Komarov, searching for his family's history, traveling around the world to do so.
As he began to grasp the distinctive nature of Christianity, he acted to bring the Church directly under his control, giving himself special roles as a bishop outside the Church and later as `the thirteenth apostle' in order to maintain his distance from, and dominance over, it.
Or invented a thirteenth apostle, a black man, who maintains that he was eliminated from the Bible because of racial discrimination.
Constantine as "thirteenth apostle" (Ewig, 1976(1), as nn.
In the year 1016, the long-lived thirteenth apostle, Matthias, set off as planned with twelve parchment scrolls inscribed by the apostles, believing that when they were read at Glastonbury Tor, history would be rewritten and the world would be restored to the glorious state originally envisioned by God.
Constantine's calling himself 'bishop of those outside' and his desire to be seen as the thirteenth apostle (pp.89ff.) should be seen as very awkward makeshifts.
Constantine's calling himself bishop of those outside' and his desire to be seen as the thirteenth apostle (pp.89ff.) should be seen as very awkward makeshifts.