Definition of Apostleships
1. apostleship [n] - See also: apostleship
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Literary usage of Apostleships
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Nine Books of the Danish History of Saxo Grammaticus by Frederick York Powell, Saxo (1905)
"The apostleships of Ansgarius in Denmark, the conversion of King Eric, the Christianity of several later Danish Kings, one of whom was (like Olaf ..."
2. Memoirs Illustrating the History of Napoleon I from 1802 to 1815 by Claude-François Méneval, Robert Harborough Sherard (1894)
"The life of this great man had been a continual struggle and the most laborious of apostleships. It certain pleasures brought him some relaxation from his ..."
3. The People's Bible: Discourses Upon Holy Scripture by Joseph Parker (1888)
"... in the noblest apostleships of life. But whilst there is a measure of melancholy, it should be balanced by increase of spiritual vigilance, ..."
4. The Monthly Miscellany by Cazneau Palfrey, Ezra S Gannett (1842)
"ble Guide, and miracles, and apostleships, and the Church are all reasonable,—facts worthy of belief, and therefore to be established by testimony. ..."
5. The American Presbyterian Review by Henry Boynton Smith, James Manning Sherwood (1864)
"These men were poets, scholars, monks strangely dressed, who, confounding the religious and the literary apostleships, excited and disturbed the continental ..."