Biblical Dictionary
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Full Christian Bible Dictionary

You can find more than 2000 Biblical meanings, as well as concordances of words that you can not find.

We offer you the possibility to consult the Biblical dictionary in an offline or online way, depending on whether or not you have internet connection, so that you can always use the application wherever you are.

Great Bible Study Tool on your smartphone. Here you will find thousands of definitions about biblical names, events, places and other useful information about Holy Bible.

Main Features:
• This application works offline: you do not need an Internet connection. Perfect for your travels or when there is no data connection available.

• Thousands of words and biblical terms

• The application is completely free, you do not have to pay anything!

• Alphabetical Listing

• A search tool

• A learning tool

One of the best and most complete Bible dictionaries available. Made for you who want to learn more about the word of the Lord!

For all those who want to study the Bible better. With an intuitive and easy-to-read interface, even on devices with small screens.

For example Christians is a word with a very broad meaning:

(Gr. Jristianós, "a follower of Christ"). Name that was used at the time in Antioch of Syria to describe the disciples of Jesus Christ (Acts 11:26). The text does not clarify who originated the term. It is thought that it would be difficult for the Christians to adopt it, although an ancient tradition names Euodias, the first bishop of Antioch, as the originator of the term. Nor is it probable that the name was coined by the Jews, because the gr. Jristos means "Messiah," and the Jews would hardly call the disciples "followers of the Messiah." The term Jristianós, as it is found in the Greek NT, has a Latin termination, because in Greek it should be Jristianéios. It has been suggested, therefore, that it should be taken as an indication that the name was originally coined by a Roman officer.

In Nero's time, Christians were known in Rome by the name of jrestiáni. As the term Christ meant nothing to the Romans, while the Greek name Remains was very common among slaves, the people of Rome might have thought that Christians were followers of some Jresto, because the Jristiáni and Jrestiáni words were barely distinguishable from Hear them. In any case, it seems that it was the pagans who at the same time applied the term to the followers of Jesus, no doubt as a nickname to express mockery, although for Christians it became an honorific name. The word also appears in Acts. 26:28 and 1 P. 4:16.

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