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Presbyter (Greek πρεσβύτερος, : "elder" or "priest" in Christian usage) in the New Testament refers to a leader in local Christian congregations, with presbyter being from the Greek "presbyteros" and meaning elder/senior and episkopos meaning overseer, referring exclusively to the office of bishop, but with presbyteros being understood by many as referring to the same person functioning as overseer. In modern Catholic and Orthodox usage, presbyter is distinct from bishop and synonymous with priest. However, in predominant Protestant usage, the term is not seen as referring to a member of a distinctive priesthood called priests, but instead terms such as minister, pastor and elder are used.

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  • Presbyter
  • Priester (Christentum)
  • Presbítero
  • Presbitero
  • Prezbiter
  • Presbítero
  • Пресвитер
  • 監督 (基督教)
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  • Presbyter (Greek πρεσβύτερος, : "elder" or "priest" in Christian usage) in the New Testament refers to a leader in local Christian congregations, with presbyter being from the Greek "presbyteros" and meaning elder/senior and episkopos meaning overseer, referring exclusively to the office of bishop, but with presbyteros being understood by many as referring to the same person functioning as overseer. In modern Catholic and Orthodox usage, presbyter is distinct from bishop and synonymous with priest. However, in predominant Protestant usage, the term is not seen as referring to a member of a distinctive priesthood called priests, but instead terms such as minister, pastor and elder are used.
  • Presbítero (del griego πρεσβύτερος, vía latín, presbyteros que significa "el más anciano", "decano").
  • Der Priester ist im Christentum, ähnlich wie in vielen anderen Religionen, eine Amtsperson der Religionsausübung. Das genaue Verständnis der dem Priester innewohnenden religiösen Kraft bzw. seiner Mittlerrolle unterscheidet sich zwischen den christlichen Bekenntnissen. Das deutsche Wort Priester stammt vom griechischen πρεσβύτερος, presbýteros, „Ältester“. Das Wort Presbyter ist in den meisten europäischen Sprachen davon abgeleitet. Andere Sprachen entnehmen das Wort dem Bedeutungsfeld von griech. ἱερός, hierós, „heilig, geweiht“ oder lat. sacérdos, „Priester“.
  • Prezbiter (gr. πρεσβύτερος, „starszy”; łac. presbyter) – urząd we wspólnotach chrześcijańskich. Prezbiterzy stanowią największą liczebnie grupę wśród duchowieństwa hierarchicznego w Kościołach, w których hierarchia duchowieństwa występuje – są duchownymi drugiego stopnia, pomocnikami biskupa. Na mocy sukcesji apostolskiej urzędu prezbiter posiada mandat od apostołów Chrystusa do przewodniczenia życiu i modlitwie Kościoła. W Kościele katolickim, prawosławnym i, pod pewnym względem, także anglikańskim, posługa ta jest zaliczana do sakramentów i jest urzędem kapłańskim.
  • Ancião ou presbítero nas igrejas cristãs primitivas, era cada um dos anciãos aos quais era confiado o governo da comunidade cristã. Hoje refere-se a um ministro religioso com experiência no manejo da Bíblia, cuja função varia de acordo com as diferentes denominações cristãs.
  • Пресви́тер (греч. πρεσβύτερος — «старейшина, глава общины», а также «старик», «священник» лат. presbyter) — древнейшее каноническое (то есть усвоенное древним церковным законодательством — правилами апостолов, вселенских и поместных соборов) название второй степени священства в христианстве. Дионисий Ареопагит о пресвитере пишет следующее:
  • 在基督教历史中,监督是指一类教会社团中管理职务或阶级。
  • Il presbitero (dal greco πρεσβύτερος, presbýteros, "più anziano"; dal latino presbyter deriva anche il termine italiano prete) è nella Chiesa cattolica, nella Chiesa ortodossa e in altre Chiese cristiane, quello tra i ministri del culto che ha ricevuto, in una specifica ordinazione, il mandato di presiedere il culto, guidare la comunità cristiana e annunciare la parola di Dio. Un termine usato in modo equivalente, ma più generico, è sacerdote.
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  • Presbyter (Greek πρεσβύτερος, : "elder" or "priest" in Christian usage) in the New Testament refers to a leader in local Christian congregations, with presbyter being from the Greek "presbyteros" and meaning elder/senior and episkopos meaning overseer, referring exclusively to the office of bishop, but with presbyteros being understood by many as referring to the same person functioning as overseer. In modern Catholic and Orthodox usage, presbyter is distinct from bishop and synonymous with priest. However, in predominant Protestant usage, the term is not seen as referring to a member of a distinctive priesthood called priests, but instead terms such as minister, pastor and elder are used.
  • Presbítero (del griego πρεσβύτερος, vía latín, presbyteros que significa "el más anciano", "decano").
  • Der Priester ist im Christentum, ähnlich wie in vielen anderen Religionen, eine Amtsperson der Religionsausübung. Das genaue Verständnis der dem Priester innewohnenden religiösen Kraft bzw. seiner Mittlerrolle unterscheidet sich zwischen den christlichen Bekenntnissen. Das deutsche Wort Priester stammt vom griechischen πρεσβύτερος, presbýteros, „Ältester“. Das Wort Presbyter ist in den meisten europäischen Sprachen davon abgeleitet. Andere Sprachen entnehmen das Wort dem Bedeutungsfeld von griech. ἱερός, hierós, „heilig, geweiht“ oder lat. sacérdos, „Priester“.
  • Il presbitero (dal greco πρεσβύτερος, presbýteros, "più anziano"; dal latino presbyter deriva anche il termine italiano prete) è nella Chiesa cattolica, nella Chiesa ortodossa e in altre Chiese cristiane, quello tra i ministri del culto che ha ricevuto, in una specifica ordinazione, il mandato di presiedere il culto, guidare la comunità cristiana e annunciare la parola di Dio. Un termine usato in modo equivalente, ma più generico, è sacerdote. Nella gerarchia cattolica il presbiterato è il secondo grado del sacramento dell'Ordine (che si articola, appunto, nei tre gradi del diaconato, del presbiterato e dell'episcopato).
  • Prezbiter (gr. πρεσβύτερος, „starszy”; łac. presbyter) – urząd we wspólnotach chrześcijańskich. Prezbiterzy stanowią największą liczebnie grupę wśród duchowieństwa hierarchicznego w Kościołach, w których hierarchia duchowieństwa występuje – są duchownymi drugiego stopnia, pomocnikami biskupa. Na mocy sukcesji apostolskiej urzędu prezbiter posiada mandat od apostołów Chrystusa do przewodniczenia życiu i modlitwie Kościoła. W Kościele katolickim, prawosławnym i, pod pewnym względem, także anglikańskim, posługa ta jest zaliczana do sakramentów i jest urzędem kapłańskim.
  • Ancião ou presbítero nas igrejas cristãs primitivas, era cada um dos anciãos aos quais era confiado o governo da comunidade cristã. Hoje refere-se a um ministro religioso com experiência no manejo da Bíblia, cuja função varia de acordo com as diferentes denominações cristãs.
  • Пресви́тер (греч. πρεσβύτερος — «старейшина, глава общины», а также «старик», «священник» лат. presbyter) — древнейшее каноническое (то есть усвоенное древним церковным законодательством — правилами апостолов, вселенских и поместных соборов) название второй степени священства в христианстве. Дионисий Ареопагит о пресвитере пишет следующее:
  • 在基督教历史中,监督是指一类教会社团中管理职务或阶级。
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