Apostle

  • (noun): Any important early teacher of Christianity or a Christian missionary to a people.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on apostle, apostles:

List Of Christian Martyrs - Apostolic Age—1st Century - According To Late or Local Christian Tradition or Legend
... Mark the Evangelist Philip the Apostle Andrew the Apostle Jude the Apostle Bartholomew the Apostle Thomas the Apostle Simon the Zealot, varying and conflicting late traditions ...
Sosipater Of Iconium - Life
... Born in Achaea, he was Bishop in Iconium (prior to the Apostle Tertius) by his relative the Apostle Paul ... With the Apostle Jason he traveled to the island of Corfu where they built a church in honor of the Apostle Stephen the Protomartyr and converted many pagans to the ... The king's daughter, the virgin Cercyra, having watched these holy apostles being tortured and turned to the Christian faith, distributed all her jewels to the poor ...
Criticism Of Mormonism - Criticisms of Past Teachings - Adam–God Doctrine
... One apostle, Franklin D ... in a Conference held in June 1854 that "the Prophet and Apostle Brigham has declared it, and that it is the word of the Lord" (emphasis in original) ... at the time of its first introduction, several leaders disagreed with the doctrine, including Apostle Orson Pratt, who expressed that disagreement publicly ...
List Of People On Stamps Of Chad
... St Andrew, apostle (1969) St Bartholomew, apostle (1969) Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Leader of India's Independence Movement (1969) Alan Bean, astronaut (1970) Franz Beckenbauer, soccer player (1970) Pete Conrad ... Ahmed Mangue, education minister (1970) Roland Matthes, athlete (1969) St Matthew, apostle (1969) St Peter, apostle (1969) St Philip, apostle (1969) St Simon ...
Modestus (Apostle Of Carantania)
720 – before 772), called the Apostle of Carinthia or Apostle of Carantania, was most probably an Irish monk and the evangelizer of the Carantanians, an Alpine Slavic people ...

More definitions of "Apostle":

  • (noun): An ardent early supporter of a cause or reform.
    Example: "An apostle of revolution"
  • (noun): (New Testament) one of the original 12 disciples chosen by Christ to preach his gospel.

Famous quotes containing the word apostle:

    Go, all of you poor people, in the name of God the Creator, and let him forever be your guide. And henceforth, do not be beguiled by these idle and useless pilgrimages. See to your families, and work, each one of you, in your vocation, raise your children, and live as the good Apostle Paul teaches you.
    François Rabelais (1494–1553)