A spiritual gift or charism (plural: charisms or charismata; in Greek singular: χάρισμα charism, plural: χαρίσματα charismata) is a concept in Christianity that refers to an endowment or extraordinary power given by the Holy Spirit.
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Charisma definition, a divinely conferred gift or power. See more.
Define charismata. charismata synonyms, charismata pronunciation, charismata translation, English dictionary definition of charismata. n. pl. cha·ris·ma·ta 1.
Charismata. — The Greek term charisma denotes any good gift that flows from God‘s benevolent love (charis) unto man; any Divine grace or favor, ranging from redemption and life eternal to comfort in communing with brethren in the Faith (Rom., v, 15, 16; vi, 23; xi, 29).
Other articles where Charismata is discussed: Christianity: Conflict between order and charismatic freedom: As the uncontrollable principle of life in the church, the Holy Spirit considerably upset Christian congregations from the very outset. Paul struggled to restrict the anarchist elements, which are connected with the appearance of free charismata (spiritual phenomena), and, over against ...
Etymology. The English term charisma is from the Greek χάρισμα (khárisma), which means "favor freely given" or "gift of grace". The term and its plural χαρίσματα (charismata) derive from χάρις (charis), which means "grace" or indeed "charm" with which it shares the root.
Charismata Rethinking the so-called "spiritual gifts" The interpretations and emphases of the charismata have varied from the extremes of denying their existence subsequent to the first century presence of the apostolic personages, or the later canonization of the New Testament, to the extremes of glorifying such as the ultimate criteria of Christian certainty and spirituality, and employing ...
χαρίσματα (charismata) — 6 Occurrences. Romans 11:29 N-NNP GRK: γὰρ τὰ χαρίσματα καὶ ἡ NAS: for the gifts and the calling of God KJV: For the gifts and calling INT: indeed [are] the gifts and the. Romans 12:6 N-ANP GRK: Ἔχοντες δὲ χαρίσματα κατὰ τὴν NAS: Since we have gifts that differ
STRONGS NT 5486: χάρισμα χάρισμα, χαρίσματος, τό (χαρίζομαι), a gift of grace; a favor which one receives without any merit of his own; in the N. T. (where (except 1 Peter 4:10) used only by Paul) the gift of divine grace (so also in Philo de alleg. legg. iii. § 24 at the end δωρεά καί εὐεργεσία καί χάρισμα Θεοῦ τά ...