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==History==
 
==History==
The word "Pastor" derives from the [[Latin language|Latin]] noun {{lang|la|''pastor''}} which means "[[shepherd]]" and relates to the Latin verb {{lang|la|''pascere''}} - "to lead to pasture, set to grazing, cause to eat".<ref>
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TAPOS KWENTO NYO SA PAGONG The word "Pastor" derives from the [[Latin language|Latin]] noun {{lang|la|''pastor''}} which means "[[shepherd]]" and relates to the Latin verb {{lang|la|''pascere''}} - "to lead to pasture, set to grazing, cause to eat".<ref>
 
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|url = http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=pastor&searchmode=none
 
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|authorlink1 = Douglas Harper
 
|authorlink1 = Douglas Harper
 
|accessdate = 2013-11-15
 
|accessdate = 2013-11-15
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The term "pastor" also relates to the role of [[elder (Christianity)|elder]] within the [[New Testament]], but is not synonymous with the biblical understanding of [[Minister (Christianity)|minister]]. Many Protestant churches call their ministers "pastors".
 
The term "pastor" also relates to the role of [[elder (Christianity)|elder]] within the [[New Testament]], but is not synonymous with the biblical understanding of [[Minister (Christianity)|minister]]. Many Protestant churches call their ministers "pastors".
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