Epaphroditus


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Epaphroditus

(ēpăfrōdī`təs), in the New Testament, messenger from the Philippians to Paul in Rome.
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In 1916, Epaphroditus Peck undertook an examination of a claim by suffragists that women needed the vote to correct legal injustices.
Early Stoics seem to have built their analysis of impressions on the basic case of impressions that have an immediate empirical origin and projected those features to every type of impression, which becomes evident when we consider the several criteria that a kataleptic impression is supposed to meet (what would it mean to ask whether the impression It is convenient to grieve for Epaphroditus death' is 'stamped and impressed exactly in accordance with what is'?
1 Cor 9:1) and sent on mission for Christ, like Epaphroditus (Phil 2:25; 4:18).
Only as the horsemen arrived to arrest him did he plunge a dagger into his throat, aided by Epaphroditus, his secretary or a libellis (Ner.
Later Paul will add Timothy, Epaphroditus and himself (of course) to the roster of Christians worth emulating.
He also refers to stressor events focused on individuals such as Epaphroditus and dyads such as Euodia and Syntyche.
that Epaphroditus (Epictetus's master), allowed Epictetus to study philosophy and it is eventually receiving his freedom that Epictetus started lecturing on his own account.
Epaphroditus was a Greek teacher and grammarian and slave of rich Romans during the era of Nero.
Moreover, I have everything, and I abound; I am filled, having accepted an odor of sweetness, an acceptable sacrifice pleasing to God, that you sent through Epaphroditus.
When Epaphroditus came to visit Paul, he had an illness that had almost led to death (Phil.
Agrippina, the niece of emperor Claudius and mother of the infant Nero, enlists the aid of Epaphroditus, a young slave, in a plot to protect herself from a prophecy that her own son would murder her.