Apologetics: (Gr. apologia) The term literally means “to defend” and is used in the biblical sense to refer to ones who defend the Christian faith,
Antichrist: (Gr. antichristos) The term “Antichrist,” occurs in the NT five times. From those five times, we gather this entity is “against” (i.e. denies Christ)
Anoint: (Heb. māšǎḥ Gr. chriō) In the Hebrew OT, the word meant to anoint, smear, rub an object or person (a prophet, priest, or king)
Angel: (Heb. mǎlāḵ; Gr. angelos) A supernatural spirit person who attends upon or serves as a messenger or worker for the Father and the Son.
Alpha and Omega: (Gr. Alpha kai Ōmega) These are the names of the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet. The phrase is used
Allegorize: (Gr. allēgoreō) to express something in the form of an allegory, to be taken figuratively and symbolically. It is often referred to as an