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Logia: The term "logia", plural of "logion", is used variously in ancient writings and modern scholarship in reference to communications of divine origin. In pagan contexts, the principal meaning was oracles, while Jewish and Christian writings used logia in reference especially to the divinely inspired Scriptures. A famous and much-debated occurrence of the term is in the account by Papias of Hierapolis on the origins of the canonical Gospels. Since the nineteenth century, New Testament scholarship has tended to reserve the term logion for a divine saying, especially one spoken by Jesus, in contrast to narrative, and to call a collection of such sayings, as exemplified by the Gospel of Thomas, logia.

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Google previewThe Practice of Technology (1995)

Exploring Technology, Ecophilosophy, and Spiritual Disciplines for Vital Links by Alan Drengson

Logia refers to the systematic study and treatment of a subject or undertaking; it is the root from which we derive the word "logic";. If we consider the meanings of the combined root words we can initially define "technology" as: the systematic ...

Google previewThe Book of Daniel, Volume 2 Composition and Reception (2001)

by Collins, Peter W. Flint

The ambiguity still evident in the various “coming” logia is a reminder that the development was hardly clear or consistent. Despite its sustained popularity in German scholarship, there are two major problems with ...

Google previewChemical essays, principally relating to the arts and manufactures of the British dominions (1815)

by Samuel Parkes

logia is an account of two vases, of, great antiquity, which were found on the Mosquito shore in South America, and which are now in the possession of Lord Hillsborough. The account of them is transmitted by Governor Pownal, who says, " it is ...

Google previewIntroduction to the New Testament (1964)

by Everett Falconer Harrison

In the New Testament and the Fathers logia is a synonym for Scripture.7 As to the word "interpreted," several possibilities emerge. (1) It has been understood in connection with public reading .


by Hamid Moini

LOGIA is a specialized warehouse management system that uses simple tools for the optimum management of the entire internal flow of goods from reception to dispatch, through intelligent warehouse management. It integrates manually ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Bible (2009)

by W. R. F. Browning

logia Greek noun in the neuter plural ...

Google previewThe Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 4 (2010)

Revised Full-Color Edition by Merrill C. Tenney

logia) had been a technical term in Greek from early times to designate a divine oracle or an inspired utterance, like the oracles at ...

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The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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