Kairos document (121): Document produced in 1985 by a group of black and white Christians in South Africa, "the present crisis challenges the whole Church to move beyond a mere 'ambulance ministry' to a ministry of involvement and participation."

Morton Kelsey (125): Contemporary theologian. "[spiritual renewal] is for everyone, particularly people like the publicans who do not think they have a chance, and those whom life has beaten down. Simple people and beginners can have a genuine encounter with God. It is a matter of learning to respond to the presence of love of God which he already offers us."

Kenotic Theory (114): Christological theory developed among German Lutherans which attempted to explain the incarnation. Centered around understanding Phillipians 2:7, "But he emptied himself, taking the form of a slave, becoming as human beings are", and the intent of the Greek verb "kenotic", or "to empty". Kenoticism claimed that Christ emptied himself of divinity, and became a human being.

Kerygma (46): Greek "Proclamation" or "Preaching". The kerygma is the proclamation of the good news, the declaration of the mystery that must be accepted or rejected, but cannot be proven. Martin Luther King, Jr. (122): Leader of the American Civil Rights movement in the 1960's. Used the tactic of non-violent confrontation and unconditional love to overcome his opposition. The King's Book (93) : (1543) "A Necessary Doctrine and Erudition for Any Christian Man", rejected Lutheranism, upheld Catholic doctrine, and denied the Pope sovereignty.

Kletos Apostolos (64): Called to be an apostle.

Koine Greek (40): Common Greek - language of the New Testament.

Koinonia (22): Communion (due to Paul). A family meal. Deut 12:7 .

Martin Kuhler (58): Author of "The So-Called Historical Jesus and the Really True, Biblical Christ." He preached that Christ is real, not historical.