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Harmony
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Harmony
Harmony[Gk tó autó phroneín] (Rom. 12:16; 15:5); AV SAME MIND, LIKE-MINDED; NEB EQUAL REGARD, AGREE; [teleiótēs] (Col. 3:14); AV “bond of perfection”; NEB “complete whole.” Though there are several cognate forms in the NT, Paul is the only one to exhort the churches literally to “think the same
The Eerdmans Encyclopedia of Early Christian Art and Archaeology, Volumes 1–3
Concordia
Concordia/Homonoia(Gk. homonoia). Mutual agreement; concurrences of feeling, friendship, and harmony; union. C. also denotes a Roman goddess (Latte.1960, 300ff.) by the same name who personified the virtues of harmony and unity, which politicians construed as political unity. In 10 b.c. Augustus consecrated