koinonia : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n Christian fellowship or communion with God or with fellow Christians; said in particular of the early Christian community
- This will mean, Cox warns, a restructuring of its essential tasks: kerygma (proclaiming God's message), diakonia (service) and koinonia (creating a community).
- They met nightly in intimate koinonia, re-enacting the Last Supper and retelling what they had known of a human comrade and Lord.
- But sometimes words lose favor when they are used too often; koinonia, from the Greek word for fellowship or communion, has been subject to almost as much misinterpretation as .
- Samuel Kobia in Christian Post
The Rev. Dr. Samuel Kobia, WCC's general secretary, concluded on Sunday his four-day visit to Taiwan where he and the PCT head affirmed the "true spirit of koinonia."