Re: What is "KURIAKOS"?

From: Ben Crick (
Date: Sun May 23 1999 - 12:58:40 EDT

On Sat 22 May 99 , wrote:
> When I think of the word KURIAKOS I immediately think of Rev. 1:10:
> EN PNEUMATI EN THi KURIAKHi hHMERAi, but I never would have thought to
> connect the Greek KURIAKOS with English "church."


 The "church" is defined as hH KURIAKH EKKLHSIA, from Hebrew Q:HaL-YHWH;
 modern Hebrew Q:HiLaT-HaMMa$iYaCh. The English took their word Church
 from KURIAKH, whereas the French took their word Eglise from EKKLHSIA,
 Latin ecclesia.


 Revd Ben Crick, BA CF
 232 Canterbury Road, Birchington, Kent, CT7 9TD (UK)

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