Definition of Parousias
1. parousia [n] - See also: parousia
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parousias
Literary usage of Parousias
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Christ Came Again: The Parousia of Christ a Past Event, the Kingdom of by William Smith Urmy (1900)
"The New Testament does not speak of numerous parousias of Christ. We may speak of the "coming" of Christ to our souls, and in his providences, ..."
2. The Question of Ages: Or, Outlines of Testimony in Relation to Life, Death by William Morris (1862)
"... from heaven ;" and by the manifested splendor of whose majestic presence (tee epiphaneia tees parousias autou) that Wicked one shall be destroyed. ..."
3. The Parousia: A Critical Study of the Scripture Doctrines of Chrst's Second by Israel Perkins Warren (1884)
"... to particular divine manifestations or works occurring in his rule over men,' so that we can speak of his various parousias.1 Accordingly, ..."