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Koino nia in the New Testament
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Strong's Number G matches the Greek κοινωνία (koinonia), which occurs 20 times in 18 verses in the Greek concordance of the KJV View results using the NASB Greek concordance. Koinonia's origin is in the Greek word koinonos, which means partner, sharer, and companion. In the Bible, koinonia is more than friendship.
It is a divinely intimate, holy unity among believers. Christians have adopted the word koinonia from the Greek New Testament, where it is translated as fellowship, communion, or partnership. It’s the word behind verses such as .