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Papias

(pā`pēəs), fl. A.D. 130, early Christian theologian said to have been bishop of Hieropolis and a friend of St. PolycarpPolycarp, Saint
, c.A.D. 70–A.D. 156?, Greek bishop of Smyrna, Father of the Church. He was a disciple of St. John, who appointed him bishop. Thus he linked the apostles and such 2d-century Christian expositors as St. Irenaeus. St. Polycarp was a close friend of St.
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. Papias' five-volume work, Oracles; or, Explanations of the Sayings of the Lord, survives only in fragments quoted by Eusebius of Caesarea and St. Irenaeus. These are valuable sources for the history of the church.
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Por ejemplo, el autor se refiere a la hipotesis de que Marcos haya sido escrito por alguien que conocio a Pedro; hipotesis basada en la cita de Papias que recoge Eusebio de Cesarea y en la tradicion patristica acerca de Juan Marcos.
Minister Wharton met the government of Rwandas Minister of Finance, Claver Gatete, and Minister of Education, Dr Papias Musafiri, to discuss areas of mutual interest for the UK and Rwanda, including tackling poverty, increasing access to quality education, boosting trade and investment and opening up civil society space.
Some problems, like Judas' death, seem benign: Did Judas die by hanging, disembowelment, suicidal fear of a resurrected roasting chicken, or, according to Papias, from swelling with pus and worms to bursting?
Penned by Saint Papias and known to history as the Logia, the scrolls are the first record of Jesus, eyewitness accounts older and truer than the New Testament.
La ausencia de una tradicion interpretativa del Apocalipsis diferente de la transmitida por Papias de Hierapolis, nos ha llevado a aceptar la necesidad de que esta debe ser considerada sustancialmente dependiente de la Tradicion Apostolica.
Trinidad y Cecilia, protagonistas de la novela, huyen sin noticia del paradero de sus hijos, Salomon y Papias, quienes desaparecieron durante la matanza.
To do this, he takes account of recent advances in understanding Polycarp, Papias, the Marcionites, Montanists, Valentinians, and second-century Rome.
Papias Musafiri, Chairman of the Board, Rwanda Energy Group, Rwanda
Algunos padres de la Iglesia como san Papias, hacia el ano 130 d.
555 48, "pellicere: blandiendo decipere"; Papias Vocabulista, Elementarium doctrinae rudimentum, Torino, Bottega d'Erasmo, 1966 (=1496), s.
The second is a five-volume work by Papias, bishop of Hierapolis, that is known only in later citations.