Greek697. Areios Pagos -- "the Hill of Ares," Areopagus, a hill in ... ...
. From Ares (the name of the Greek deity of war) and a derivative
of pegnumi; rock of Ares, a place in Athens -- Areopagus, Mars
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698. Areopagites -- a judge of the court of Areopagus
... Areopagite. From Areios Pagos; an Areopagite or member of the court held on Mars'
Hill -- Areopagite. see GREEK Areios Pagos. (areopagites) -- 1 Occurrence. ...
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A New Creation
... Though often disappointed, they are still ready to be caught by the same bait, and,
like the Athenians of Mars Hill, spend their time in nothing else but ...
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... birthplace the city of Athens, where Paul, the greatest apostle of Jesus Christ,
uttered his immortal oration to the Athenians, on the Areopagus (Mars Hill). ...
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Paul in Athens.
... "Then Paul stood in the midst of Mars hill," or Areopagus, "and said, Ye men of
Athens, I perceive, that in all things ye are too superstitious." There is an ...
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The Lamp and the Bushel
... ungifted with lofty talent, you have possession of the deepest truth; do not be
ashamed to stand up and say, even in the presence of Mars' Hill, with all its ...
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... its beauty and force, 162. Rewards and punishments, 158. St. Paul, his preaching
on Mars Hill, 125. its apparent sterility, 125. Athenagoras its trophy, 125. ...
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Colossians 4:14 "Luke, the Beloved Physician. "
... them. When St. Paul, on Mars Hill, spoke of the "resurrection of the dead,"
we are told that "some mocked" (Acts 17:32). Even Pliny ...
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Introductory Note to Clement of Alexandria
... St. Paul's speech on Mars Hill. The apostle had cast his bread upon the
waters of Ilissus and Cephisus to find it after many days. ...
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Acts 17:26 "One Blood. "
... The place is Mars' Hill at Athens, in full view of religious buildings and statues,
of which even the shattered remains are a marvel of art at this day. ...
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... When Paul stood up on Mars hill, in the midst of the learned assembly of the
Areopagites, had he spoke." to them about the immortality of the soul, they would ...
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The Eternal Manhood
... Paul preached to them on Mars' Hill, they heard him patiently enough, till he spoke
of Jesus rising from the dead; and then they mocked; laughed at the notion ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryMars Hill
the hill of Mars or Ares, better known by the name of Areopagus, of which hill of Mars or Ares is a translation. The Areopagus was a rocky height in Athens, opposite the western end of the Acropolis. It rises gradually from the northern end, and terminates abruptly on the south, over against the Acropolis, at which point it is about fifty or sixty feet above the valley. The spot is memorable as the place of meeting of the Council of Areopagus. This body existed as a criminal tribunal before the time of Solon, and was the most ancient and venerable of all the Athenian courts. It consisted of all persons who had held the office of archon, and who were members of the council for life unless expelled for misconduct. Before the time of Solon the court tried only cases of willful murder, wounding, poison, and arson: but he gave it extensive powers of a censorial and political nature. The council continued to exist even under the Roman emperors. Its meetings were held on the southeastern summit of the rock. The Areopagus possesses peculiar interest to the Christian as the spot from which St. Paul delivered his memorable address to the men of Athens. (Acts 17:22-31) St. Paul "disputed daily" in the "market" or agora, (Acts 17:17) which was situated south of the Areopagus in the valley lying between this and the hills of the Acropolis, the Pnyx and the Museum. Attracting more and more attention, "certain philosophers of the Epicureans and Stoics" brought him up from the valley, probably by the stone steps, to the Areopagus above, that they might listen to him more conveniently.
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