Kephalē in the New Testament: The Meaning

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This is part of a series on partriarchy, headship, and submission. See this index.

Dr. Glenn Peoples defines the figurative use of kephalē, or ‘head’, in the New Testament well:

Referring to preeminence, priority, authority or superiority in some broad sense encompassing shades of these meanings.


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