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Theotokos Etymology And Translation

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Influence of Cyrillian Christology in the Ethiopian Orthodox
Etymology and translation of Theotokos…………... 4.3.
Some Linguistic Musings on the Word Transfiguration
Babylon and Rome
wide reading he added an etymological inventiveness which traced words all Jeremias (The Old Testament in the Light of the Ancient East, Eng. trans., p.
The Reverend Dr. John Luke and the Churches of Chonai
37 Arundell includes both the Greek text of the letter and a translation: Seven Churches .. icons of the All-holy Theotokos and of Holy Constantine—and of course the .
Mary, Blessed Virgin and World Mother
clared her to be the “Mother of God.” Reac- tion to the .. was a mistranslation of the original Hebrew almah ..

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Theotokos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mother of God also accurately translates the Greek words Θεομήτωρ (translit.
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Theotokos - New World Encyclopedia
Theotokos is a compound of two Greek words, θεός "God" and τόκος "childbirth.
Orthodox Voices: 9/9/07 - 9/16/07
Its literal English translations include God-bearer and the one who gives birth to God; less literal translations include Mother of God.
Influence of Cyrillian Christology in the Ethiopian Orthodox
Etymology and translation of Theotokos…………... 4.3.

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