Concilium 1991/2 Pastoral Care of the Sick

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We ask that public officials, when making financial adjustments, remember first and foremost obligations that promote the well-being of society such as the funding of schools and other opportunities that foster the growth of the individual, as well as agencies that care for the poor, the elderly, the disabled, and the disenfranchised. NASU In Acts 14:23 the word rendered as, �appointed,� in the NASU is inadequately translated because the Greek word, �cheiroton�o� means literally, �to be a hand-reacher or voter,� (by raising the hand); this term was generally applied to appointment of elders by a majority vote as the means of group selection.� Thayer's Greek Lexicon defines cheiroton�o as follows:� b.

Pages: 124

Publisher: Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd (April 30, 1991)

ISBN: 0334030072

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Concilium 1991/2 Pastoral Care of the Sick

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