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the position of apostle

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The second part of the confession -- Muhammad (Peace be upon him) is His prophet -- is the affirmation of the divine apostleship of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).
A separate group, known as the Apostleship of the Sea of the United States of America (AOS-USA), acts as the professional association for chaplains, deacons, lay ministers, volunteers and seafarers.
Apostleship is a religious foundation for activity; impersonation is an antireligious one.
The Roman Catholic charity, Apostleship of the Sea, provides practical and pastoral care to seafarers.
21) The stable (22) eschatological city, from which the foundational Twelve judge from the thrones of their apostleship, continually invites all peoples and nations into its existence of Paschal praise, (23) gathered around the Lamb that was slain, who is now the light of the city.
Paul received the grace of apostleship precisely "to bring about the obedience of faith for the sake of his [Jesus's] name among all the nations" (Rom1:5).
Their topics include the voice of Jesus and the voice of Matthew in three parables, boundary challenges to the woman who anoints Jesus in Luke 7:36-50, Barabbas remembered, past and present antisemitic interpretation of Judas Iscariot, evidence from Hebrews about the worship of Jesus among early Christians, Paul and the nature of apostleship in Luke-Acts, the intertextual semantics of Leviticus 18:5 in Galatians and Romans, Romans 1:5 and Israel's triumphant king, the cheirograph in Colossians 2:14 and the Ephesian connection, and Paul's strategy for forging ties of kinship.
In this connection, it seems to me worth pointing out that Christian novels and especially the Acts of Philip show a reversal of the traditional concept of andreia that goes much in the same direction as Socrates, the Stoics, and Heliodorus with his Theagenes: in these Acts, andreia is ascribed to Mary rather than to Philip, her brother and companion in apostleship, and it is defined as the ability of not returning evil after receiving it.
Through the windows of these novels, modern readers can glimpse the contortions of these fictional representatives of Baptist women caught in a world of pious submission and brave apostleship.
But he said: 'Verily, the apostleship and prophethood has finished.
Sea Sunday is organised by The Mission to Seafarers (Anglican) and its kindred societies, the Apostleship of the Sea (Roman Catholic) and the British and International Sailors' Society (interdenominational).
The trust's annual award recognizes Christians who have had a significant impact in the world through the way they have fulfilled their apostleship.
Every year the Roman office of the Apostleship of Prayer formulated eighteen general intentions, and these were submitted to the pope a year ahead of time.
Fr Modotti is here for the apostleship of the Italians a holy spiritual mission which bears great fruit.