noun, plural ke·ryg·ma·ta [ki-rig-muh-tuh] /kɪˈrɪg mə tə/.
Origin of kerygma
Examples from the Web for kerygma
Historical Examples of kerygma
In this connection also, he here and there regards all articles of the Kerygma as of fundamental significance.
The hesitancy about the details of the Kerygma, only shews the general uncertainty which at that time prevailed.
Word Origin for kerygma
"preaching," 1889, from Greek kerygma "proclamation, preaching," from keryssein "to proclaim," related to keryx "herald."