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apostolate the office, duties, mission, or term of activity of an apostle, or, esp., of the pope as head of the Apostolic See in the Roman Catholic Church.
Colossians a book of the New Testament, consisting of a letter written by the apostle Paulto the Christians of Colossae.
Corinthians either of two books of the New Testament containing the letters of the apostle Paul to the Christians of Corinth.
Ephesians a book of the New Testament, consisting of a letter written by the apostle Paul to the Christians of Ephesus.
Galatians a book of the New Testament, consisting of a letter written by the apostle Paulto the Christians of Galatia.
James a book of the New Testament bearing this name that is variously attributed to the apostle or the brother of Jesus Christ. [1/3 definitions]
Jude the author of this book, who is sometimes identified with Judas, the brother of the apostle James, or with the Judas called the brother of Jesus Christ. [1/2 definitions]
Paul an early convert to Christianity, the apostle of the Gentiles, and the author of the Acts of the Apostles and several of the Epistles in the New Testament.
Pauline of, concerning, or characteristic of the apostle Paul, or of his writings or doctrines.
Philemon a book of the New Testament, consisting of a letter written by the apostle Paul to a friend.
Philippians a book of the New Testament, consisting of a letter written by the apostle Paul to the Christians of Philippi.
Romans a book of the New Testament, consisting of a letter written by the apostle Paul to the Christians of Rome.
Saul the name of the apostle Paul before his conversion to Christianity. [1/2 definitions]
Simon a Hebrew name for the apostle Peter. [1/2 definitions]
Thessalonians either of two books of the New Testament, consisting of letters written by the apostle Paul to the Christians of Thessalonica.
Timothy a disciple of Jesus Christ who was a companion and assistant of the apostle Paul. [1/2 definitions]
Titus a book of the New Testament, consisting of a letter written by the apostle Paul to one of his disciples.