Ecclesia

Ecclesia or ekklesia (in Greek) may refer to:

Read more about Ecclesia:  Ecclesia, Ecclesiae, Ecclesiam

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Berean Christadelphians - History
... Jannaway of the London Clapham ecclesia with government departments in pleas for the movement's recognition as conscientious objectors during the First World War, Jannaway and other South London brethren ... This issue was doubly sensitive since Birmingham Temperance Hall was the ecclesia of Charles Curwen Walker who had succeeded Robert Roberts as editor of The Christadelphian Magazine on his death in 1898 ... after opposition from two Arranging Brethren of the ecclesia, A ...
Apostolic Exhortation - Notable Exhortations
... Christifideles Laici (Christ’s Faithful People) Ecclesia in America (The Church in America) Ecclesia in Asia (The Church in Asia) Ecclesia in Europa (The Church in Europe) Evangelii Nuntiandi (On ...
Ecclesia Catholica
... Ecclesia Catholica may refer to Ecclesia Catholica, the Latin-language name of the Catholic Church ... Ecclesia Catholica, the title of a 1949 instruction of the Holy Office on the Catholic Church's initial attitudes towards the ecumenical movement ...
Ecclesia College
... Ecclesia College is a four-year Christian work college in Springdale, Arkansas in the United States, accredited through the Association for Biblical Higher Education and certified by the Arkansas ... Ecclesia is a Greek word, meaning "called-out ones." It was used in ancient Greece to describe those who had been called out from general society to come aside and discuss the affairs of state ...