OXLOS also known as Ochlos (oχλος) is a Greek word that means:
A large crowd or a multitude of people gathering in one place.
OXLOS represents a community of people attracted by a common message or cause and gathered together to hear this message and meet others who are also interested in this particular message, cause or community.
OXLOS is used approximately 46 times in New Testament. For example:
“Again He (Jesus) began to teach by the sea, and a very large crowd (OXLOS) gathered around Him. So He got into a boat on the sea and sat down, while the whole crowd (OXLOS) was on the shore facing the sea.” Mark 4:1
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