Theophilus


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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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The photograph was presumably acquired by Metcalfe's son, Sir John Theophilus Metcalfe (1828-83), who was the magistrate in Delhi in 1857, and pasted in at that time.
The case of Father Theophilus Paraian (Romanian Orthodox Church)
He writes to a certain Theophilus, who may be construed as the patron who pays for the manuscripts according to the custom of his time (no printing press existed), or to "Theophilus," who in Greek means "lover of God" and may represent every Christian.
Q11) A portrait of Private Theophilus Jones is taken by the sea at Redcar
Theophilus was on guard duty in the town when the German navy launched a bombardment.
Theophilus Minton, a Philadelphia native, graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1876 along with Richard Greener, USC's first black professor.
Narrating the incident to newsmen at his Miotso residence, near Dawhenya in the Ningo-Prampram District, Theophilus Botchay said at about 3am, Sunday, he heard sounds of gun shots on his compound which made himran to the bathroom to hide.
Swoboda (Pastor of Theophilus Church, Portland, Oregon) collaboratively explore what the Bible has to say about that central aspect of life and relationships--conversation.
Root, Jerry, The Theophilus Legend in Medieval Text and Image, Cambridge, D.
Theophilus is put forward too in the hope of an upset.
The commentary printed in 1506 under the name of Theophilus Chalcondyles was an exception to this trend.
The Vision of Theophilus: The flight of the Holy Family Into Egypt