Nave's Topical IndexJohn 12:20-22
And there were certain Greeks among them that came up to worship at the feast:Nave's Topical Index
A New Kind of King
... First, he tells us what we should not have gathered ... Philip's consultation of his
fellow-townsman, Andrew, who is ... They did not know what Jesus might say to it. ...
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The Third Day in Passion-Week - the Events of that Day - the ...
... John, who, as before explained,  tells it as one ... Together the two came to Jesus,
Andrew apparently foremost. The answer of Jesus implies what, at any rate ...
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... appears by the cross of Saint Andrew, the Deluge ... miracles which have already obtained
belief, tells us that ... since those refused to believe Jesus Christ innocent ...
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... His real or supposed remains, together with those of Andrew the apostle, were
transferred from Patrae in ... He alone tells us that the child Jesus "grew and ...
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Period I: the Imperial State Church of the Undivided Empire, or ...
... which the only begotten Son of God, Jesus Christ, both ... in bringing about unity,(106)
you see, brother Parmenianus ... Do you say that the military was sought by us ...
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... who must all have been younger than Jesus, seem to ... the Apostle Thomas laboured in
Parthia, and Andrew in Scythia. ... himself a debtor, both to the Greeks and to ...
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Period iii. The Dissolution of the Imperial State Church and the ...
... for the explanation of the Holy Scripture tells us that ... the blessed and divine
brilliancy of Jesus, gaze religiously ... what is attainable by us to see, and are ...
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Andrew of Bethsaida
Andrew: A Disciple of John
Andrew: An Apostle--A Fisherman
Andrew: Asks the Master Privately About the Destruction of the Temple
Andrew: Call of
Andrew: Finds Peter, his Brother, and Brings Him to Jesus
Andrew: His Name Appears in the List of the Apostles In
Andrew: Meets With the Disciples After the Lord's Ascension
Andrew: Reports the Number of Loaves at the Feeding of the Five Thousand
Andrew: Tells Jesus of the Greeks Who Sought to See Him
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