Trophimus


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Trophimus

(trŏf`ĭməs), in the New Testament, Ephesian companion of Paul.
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18, 7-10); also, Trophimus was not healed of his illness (2 Tim.
But that's the past, today's the Feast of Saint Trophimus of Arles (bet you didn't know that), and tomorrow's the future.
Priests in Jerusalem would never have recognized Cornelius (Acts 10), the Philippian jailer (16:27), Titius Justus of Corinth (18.7), Tychicus and Trophimus from Asia ([Ephesus] 20.4) as belonging to the people of Israel!
(35) In Phrygian Altintas we find an inscription for the schoolteacher Aurelius Trophimus. (36) The Christian didavskalo~ John came from a 5th or 6th century Cappadocian village.
Trophimus, who lives in Cruddas Park, came to the North East in September 2002 because it was recommended by family friends.
He summarized his critique of the healing evangelists in his Trophimus I Left Sick: Our Problems of Divine Healing, London, Elim Publ., and Springfield MO, Gospel Publ.
Instead, he considers the possibility that details in the Pastorals are based upon a reading of Acts, but in the end finds that the case of Trophimus cannot be made to fit.
The chapter concludes with an account of the visits of Bishops Maximinus of Aix, Trophimus of Arles, and Eutropius of Orange, who consecrated Martha's church.
Lazarus is shown as a child in his father's arms (as in the Liuthar Gospels, the first known example in Western art, circa 990, or for the elect after the resurrection at St Trophimus in Aries, late-twelfth century, which features the three patriarchs).(26)
Again, Paul "left Trophimus sick in Miletus" (1 Tim.