Examples of epistle in a Sentence
St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans.
He penned lengthy epistles to her.
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Because of the expense of producing books, complete versions of the New Testament, such as in the Codex Sinaiticus, were rare, and Christian Coptic manuscripts often feature only selections, such as the four gospels or the epistles of Paul.
To be clear, this is not a fetishized epistle of black women.
Claiming to only write when God is present, his studious epistle to the streets will galvanize hearts as well as viral streams.
But just as much, the later Murillo self-portrait is a rejoinder to that earlier one — a courteous but resigned epistle from an older artist to his younger self.
And the focus wasn’t to be on the 39th president’s birthday, but rather on his lesson for the week, a meditation on the first chapter of the Apostle Paul’s epistle to the Galatians.
The release of a previously unseen Comey epistle could excite official Washington just as much – if the prose of the sequel holds up to the original.
Garrison Keillor unleashed his satirical pen again this week, writing a paranoid epistle in the style of his favorite political target: President Donald Trump.
Tightly clutched and prominently displayed even by those who despise him, the epistles have become keepsakes and mementos for hundreds of people across the country.
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Origin and Etymology of epistle
EPISTLE Defined for English Language Learners
Epistle in the Bible : any one of the letters to the early Christians that are part of the New Testament
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