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|In Acts 3:12 Peter claims no eusebeia, Cornelius and his soldier are called |
eusebes in Acts 10:2, 7, and Paul uses the verb for the worship of the Athenians
in Acts 17:23. In this regard the NT follows the OT, sensing that eusebeia relates
|The fact is that in so far as Greek has a word for religion that word is eusebeia. |
Let us then begin by seeing what the Greeks themselves said about these words.
The Platonic Definitions define eusebeia as right conduct in regard to the gods.
|Biblical Piety: Devotion (Eusebeia) In the New Testament, spirituality is best |
defined by the concept eusebeia, by which is meant devotion, piety and
godliness. Paul often uses eusebeia in the same way as he uses faith and
|A comparison of this passage with the denunciation of Titus 1.16 (theon |
homologousin eidenai, tois de ergois armountai) implies that they regarded their
knowledge of God as their eusebeia. Thus from 1 Tim 6.5 and 2 Tim 3.5 the
|EUSEBEIA NEAR ARGAIOS According to Strabo (12.2.7) Mazaka was renamed "|
Eusebeia near Argaios" (repoc; xw 'Apyauji). He does not say, however, who was
the founder. Probably it was the Cappadocian king Ariarathes V Eusebes ...
|1.22 the reverent: In the Greek treatises eusebeia, eusebeo and eusebes occur |
seventeen times. In some cases, "piety" would translate eusebeia better than "
reverence," but I have used the latter consistently. In TDNT VII, 1789, Foerster ...
|The “mystery of godliness” (eusebeia) is the christological hymn in 1 Timothy 3:|
16. The “teaching that is in accordance with eusebeia” is the equivalent of the “
sound words of our Lord Jesus Christ” (1 Tim. 6:3 NRSV). Similarly, the “truth that
|Eusebeia starts to head out, but Justitia does not move. She appears to be |
daydreaming. “Justitia, yuhu,” Eusebeia states, as she waves her hands in front
of Justitia's face trying to get her attention. “Oh, sorry, I was just thinking about
|The oration was an academic exercise for Julian. This is not the case for Julian's |
panegyric to empress Eusebeia, Constantius' wife. When Julian was sent to the
court in Milan around 353, he felt awkward and mistreated, since his unfortunate