Apphia

Apphia

(ăf`ēə), Christian woman associated with Philemon and mentioned in Paul's Letter to Philemon.
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In 1772 Lyttleton married Apphia Peach, the wealthy widow of the governor of Calcutta, with her fortune of PS20,000 - roughly PS1.
THERE were times when Apphia K, editor of online queer women's magazine Jiah , wasn't sure if she was straight or bisexual.
Apphia Agalakti Awa, the grandmother, has a story which is very much that of living on the land.
Women--Priscilla, Junia, Lydia, Chloe, Nympha, Apphia, Phoebe, and more--served in positions of leadership.
Nancy Wachowich, with Apphia Agalakti, Rhoda Kaukjak Katsak, and Sandra Pikujak Katsak.
A more comprehensive study of the Letter to Philemon would encompass an analysis of the character representations of Timothy, Apphia, Archippus, the ekklesia, Epaphras, Mark, Aristarchus, Demas and Luke.
Nancy Wachowich, in collaboration with Apphia Agalakti Awa, Rhoda Kaukjak Katsak, and Sandra Pikujak Katsak--301 pp.
MacDonald's chapter, "Reading Real Women" through the undisputed letters of Paul, offers extended biographies of Chloe, Prisca, Euodia and Syntyche, Apphia, Phoebe, and Junia.
HOME educator Nicky Lewis, of Kings Heath, is mum to six-year-old Eban, three-year-old Jared and one-year-old Apphia.