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What is the greek word for holy?
The word hieroglyphics comes from what two Greek words?
Asked in New Testament
Name for the Holy Spirit?
The name 'Ruach' is the Hebrew for 'Holy Spirit' as stated above. However, as this question is cateogried under 'New Testament' these books were written in Greek. The Greek word for Holy Spirit is 'pneuma' (meaning 'wind' from where we get the word 'pneumatic' - wind powered. Other names include 'Lord', 'Giver of Life', 'Holy Ghost', 'Wind of God' among many others
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Another name for the Christian Scripture?
Holy Word, The Word of God, Bible, Holy Scripture..... It is also often referred to as The Greek Scriptures because the vast majority of it is written in Koine Greek. That's the New Testament, the one written in Greek. But The Old Testament is written in Hebrew and some very few texts are in Aramaic. Romans 1:2 (Which he had promised afore by his prophets in the holy scriptures,)
Asked in Greek Orthodoxy
When was Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity created?
Asked in The Bible
What was copied from the Hebrew Bible to the Greek Bible?
Asked in Christianity, New Testament
What is the Hebrew or greek word for dedicated to the holy Spirit?
Asked in Judaism
Why are syngogues called synagogues?
Asked in Definitions
What is the definition of bibl?
What is the Greek holy book called?
Most Greeks today (98%) are Greek Orthodox Christians and their holy book is the Eastern Bible (it is slightly different than the "average" Roman Catholic or Protestant Bible). The Ancient Greek religion had no holy text and its traditions were spread orally. The Homeric Epic Poems are the closest thing to an Ancient Greek Holy Text.