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Theophilus

(thēŏf`ĭləs), person to whom St. Luke's Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles are addressed.

Theophilus

(th'ee-off -ă-lŭs) See table at craters.
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But Patriarch Theophilos did not seem to mind and settled down to a charming conversation covering politics and religion, helped by his excellent English which had been honed by his postgraduate studies in theology at Durham University in north England which he remembered with fondness, but then he challenged me as a token European by regretting the Western churches' fondness for metaphysics in religion.
During the Minister s meeting with Patriarch Theophilos III, the difficulties faced by the Christian minority in the region were discussed, inter alia, as well as the Patriarchate s cooperation with other regional groups.
Sick and tired as he admitted he was, Constantine agreed, providing there were a written Slavic language, to which the emperor replied that two of his predecessors (presumably emperors Theophilos and Michael II) were trying to find a script for the Slavs, but both failed.
Patriarch Theophilos III addressed Patriarch Kirill, for whom it is the first visit to the Holy Land since he was elected to head the Russian Orthodox Church in 2009, with a solemn speech, in which he noted the importance of brotherly relations between the two Orthodox Churches.
I even got the shop keeper Monk Theophilos to sign the book for me.
FMP07] Enrico Formenti, Benoit Masson, and Theophilos Pisokas.
Bruno was a co-guest editor of the May/June 2011 MTS Journal with Roy Wilkens of the University of Hawaii, National Center for Island, Maritime, and Extreme Environment Security (CIMES), a CSR partner institution; and Theophilos Gemelas, DHS Science and Technology Directorate.
Similar remarks were issued earlier on Monday by the Orthodox Churches of the East which met at the Baptism site, about 25 miles west of Amman, in response to an invitation by Patriarch Theophilos III of Jerusalem.
One of the divisions of this army defeated the Byzantine emperor Theophilos as he personally led his forces in Dazimon, while the other division advanced to Amorium, the birthplace of the Phrygia dynasty.
The crisis within the Palestinian Greek Orthodox Church came to a head Wednesday, the Orthodox Christmas Eve, when Palestinian riot police had to escort the patriarch of the church, Theophilos, into Bethlehem's Manger Square to attend celebrations.
Palestinian boy-scouts played bagpipes and hundreds of pilgrims watched a colorful procession led by Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem Theophilos III through Manger Square in the Israeli-occupied West Bank city of Bethlehem.
We are very excited to partner with Johnsonville Sausage and look forward to providing its members and spouses added wellness opportunities with our state of the art 'high-tech and high-touch' programs to assist them in reaching their health goals for 2010 and beyond," said Ted Theophilos, Chief executive Officer of EngagementHealth(R).