Definition of Kerygmatic

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kerygmatic

kersplosh
kertyschoo
kerugma
kerugmata
kerve
kerved
kerver
kervers
kerves
kerving
kerwallop
kerwham
kerygma
kerygmas
kerygmata
kerygmatic (current term)
kes
kesa
kesar
kesars
kesh
keshan disease
keshes
kesho-mawashi
keslop
keslops
kess
kessed
kesses
kessing

Literary usage of Kerygmatic

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1. A Dictionary of the Bible: Dealing with Its Language, Literature, and by Samuel Rolles Driver, James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie (1900)
"... Berlin, 1884, into kerygmatic, pastoral, and judicial. A very elaborate classification is drawn out by Westcott in his Elements of the Gospel Harmony, ..."

2. History of Dogma by Adolf von Harnack, Ebenezer Brown Speirs (1901)
"lie standards had their preparatory stages, (i) in short kerygmatic creeds; (2) in the authority of the Lord and the formless apostolic tradition as well as ..."

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