Philip, the Evangelist
... PHILIP, THE EVANGELIST. BY REV. GEORGE MILLIGAN, MA, DD. Philip the Evangelist
must be carefully distinguished from Philip the Apostle. ...
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Philip the Evangelist
... XIII TO END PHILIP THE EVANGELIST. '... We entered into the house of Philip the
evangelist, which was one of the seven; and abode with him.'"Acts 21:8. ...
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Philip the Evangelist
... PHILIP THE EVANGELIST. 'But Philip ... The little that is known about Philip,
the deacon and evangelist, may very soon be told. His name ...
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The Death of John and Philip.
... His words are as follows: "We came unto Cæsarea; and entering into the house of
Philip the evangelist, who was one of the seven, we abode with him. ...
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The Apostles that were Married.
...  It is probable that Clement here confounds Philip the evangelist with
Philip the apostle. See the next chapter, note 6. Philip ...
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... (8) "And the next day we departed, and went to Cæsarea. And entering into the house
of Philip the evangelist, who was one of the seven, we abode with him. ...
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Expositions of Holy Scripture: The Acts
... A MEETING IN THE DESERT. PHILIP THE EVANGELIST. GRACE TRIUMPHANT. 'THIS WAY'. ... DRAWING
NEARER TO THE STORM. PHILIP THE EVANGELIST. AN OLD DISCIPLE. PAUL IN THE TEMPLE ...
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The History of Simon Magus.
... to expect that we shall ever "gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles." We
proceed to the account of the labours of Philip the Evangelist, ; in Samaria. ...
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Something Different from the New Birth.
... Acts 8:5-13 we find that under the preaching of Philip the evangelist there was
a work of grace in the city of Samaria, the people believed and were baptized. ...
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Acts xx. 32
... And the next day we that were of Paul's company departed, and came unto Cæsarea:
and we entered into the house of Philip the evangelist, which was one of the ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryPhilip the Evangelist
is first mentioned in the account of the dispute between the Hebrew and Hellenistic disciples in Acts 6. He is one of the deacons appointed to superintend the daily distribution of food and alms, and so to remove all suspicion of partiality. The persecution of which Saul was the leader must have stopped the "daily ministrations" of the Church. The teachers who had been most prominent were compelled to take flight, and Philip was among them. It is noticeable that the city of Samaria, is the first scene of his activity. Acts 8. He is the precursor of St. Paul in his work, as Stephen had been in his teaching. The scene which brings Philip and Simon the sorcerer into contact with each other, (Acts 8:9-13) which the magician has to acknowledge a power over nature greater than his own, is interesting. This step is followed by another. On the road from Jerusalem to Gaza he meets the Ethiopian eunuch. (Acts 8:26) ff. The History that follows is interesting as one of the few records in the New Testament of the process of individual conversion. A brief sentence tells us that Philip continued his work as a preacher at Azotus (Ashdod) and among the other cities that had formerly belonged to the Philistines, and, following the coast-line, came to Caesarea. Then for a long period--not less than eighteen or nineteen years--we lose sight of him. The last glimpse of him in the New Testament is in the account of St. Paul's journey to Jerusalem. It is to his house as to one well known to them, that St. Paul and his companions turn for shelter. He has four daughters, who possess the gift of prophetic utterance and who apparently give themselves to the work of teaching instead of entering on the life of home. (Acts 21:8,9) He is visited by the prophets and elders of Jerusalem. One tradition places the scene of his death at Hierapolis in Phrygia. According to another, he died bishop of Tralles. The house in which he and-his daughters had lived was pointed out to travellers in the time of Jerome.
Philip the Evangelist
Philip: Caught Away by the Spirit to Azotus, Preaches in the Cities, and Goes to Caesarea
Philip: One of the Seven Servants (Greek: Diakonos)
Philip: One of the Seven Servants (Greek: Diakonos): Has Four Daughters (Prophetesses)
Philip: One of the Seven Servants (Greek: Diakonos): Lives at Caesarea, and Entertains Paul
Philip: One of the Seven Servants (Greek: Diakonos): Successfully Preaches in Samaria
Philip: One of the Seven Servants : Expounds the Scriptures to the Ethiopian Eunuch Whom he Immerses
Philip: One of the Twelve Apostles
Philip: One of the Twelve Apostles: Asks Jesus to Show the Father
Philip: One of the Twelve Apostles: Assists in Caring for the Multitude Whom Jesus Miraculously Feeds
Philip: One of the Twelve Apostles: Brings Certain Greeks to Jesus Who Desire to See Him
Philip: One of the Twelve Apostles: Brings Nathanael to Jesus
Philip: One of the Twelve Apostles: Call of
Philip: Tetrarch of Iturea
Philip: The Brother of Herod Antipas and the Husband of Herodias
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