Greek4609. Silas -- Silas, a fellow missionary of Paul ...
Silas Phonetic Spelling: (see'-las) Short Definition: Silas Definition: Silas, a
pet-form of the name Silvanus; a Roman citizen
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4610. Silouanos -- "sylvan," Silvanus, alt. form of the name Silas
... Masculine Transliteration: Silouanos Phonetic Spelling: (sil-oo-an-os') Short
Definition: Silvanus Definition: Silvanus, a Roman citizen and a helper of Paul. ...
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Paul's Narrow Escape from Death
... him, at once left him. And the commander, when he learned that Paul was
a Roman citizen, was also afraid because he had bound him. ...
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Paul's Second Imprisonment, and Martyrdom; Peter, his Epistles ...
... Paul was martyred perhaps about AD66. Tradition reports that he was beheaded;
[156:2] and as he was a Roman citizen, it is not probable that he suffered any ...
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Paul Before his Conversion.
... On the subordinate questions of Paul's external condition and relations we have
no certain information. Being a Roman citizen, he belonged to the respectable ...
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Luke's Attitude Towards the Roman World
... Yet it is as certain as anything can be, that a Roman citizen necessarily had a
Roman name, that Paul could not have revealed himself to the magistrates at ...
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Rome Protects Paul
... Paul submitted, and was already tied up to some whipping-post, in an attitude which ...
and why he at last spoke the magic words, 'I am a Roman citizen,' we cannot ...
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The Apostle Paul.
... From that time Paul preached and taught the Christian religion, and converted ... and
threatened with scourging; he declared himself a Roman citizen, however, and ...
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Paul's Missionary Labors.
... After the accession of the new and better procurator, Festus, who is known to have
succeeded Felix in the year 60, Paul, as a Roman citizen, appealed to the ...
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Paul Appeals to Caesar
... He therefore decided to exercise his privilege, as a Roman citizen, of appealing
to Caesar. In answer to the governor's question, Paul said: "I stand at ...
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Paul Before the Council.
... that stood by, Is it lawful for you to scourge a man that is a Roman, and uncondemned?"
The law forbade a Roman citizen to be scourged; and Paul inherited this ...
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Paul's Epistles; his Collection for the Poor Saints at Jerusalem ...
... commanded him to be carried into the castle." [134:6] In proceeding thus, the
commanding officer acted illegally; for, as Paul was a Roman citizen, he should ...
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Nave's Topical IndexActs 16:37
But Paul said to them, They have beaten us openly uncondemned, being Romans, and have cast us into prison; and now do they thrust us out privately? no truly; but let them come themselves and fetch us out.Nave's Topical Index
And as they bound him with thongs, Paul said to the centurion that stood by, Is it lawful for you to whip a man that is a Roman, and uncondemned?
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Paul Escapes to Derbe, where he Preaches the Gospel, and Returns to Lystra
Paul is Bitten by a Viper and Miraculously Unharmed
Paul is Brought Before the Sanhedrin; his Defense
Paul is Confined in Herod's Judgment Hall in Caesarea
Paul is Confined in the Fortress
Paul is Delayed in Melita for Three Months
Paul is Encouraged by a Vision from God, Promising Him That he Will Give Testimony in Rome
Paul is Escorted to Caesarea by a Military Guard
Paul is Immersed
Paul is Persecuted
Paul is Persecuted by Certain Jews from Antioch and Iconium, and is Stoned
Paul is Persecuted by the Jews
Paul is Received by the Brethren Gladly
Paul is Released by the Civil Authorities on the Grounds of his Being a Roman Citizen
Paul is Returned to the Fortress
Paul is Taken to Rome in the Custody of Julius, a Centurion, and a Detachment of Soldiers
Paul is Welcomed at the Household of Lydia
Paul: A Roman Citizen
Paul: A Zealous Pharisee
Paul: Also Called Saul
Paul: Appeals to be Heard by Caesar
Paul: Born in the City of Tarsus
Paul: Called to be an Apostle
Paul: Caught up to the Third Heaven
Paul: Chooses Silas As his Companion
Paul: Contends With Elymas (Bar-Jesus) the Sorcerer
Paul: Contends With the Judaizers Against Their Circumcision "Theology"
Paul: Conveys the Contributions of the Christians in Antioch to the Christians in Jerusalem
Paul: Debates on Mars' Hill (At the Meeting of the Areopagus Council) With Greeks
Paul: Declares he Was Going Bound in Spirit to Jerusalem
Paul: Departs for Caesarea
Paul: Educated at Jerusalem in the School of Gamaliel
Paul: Enters the Temple Courtyard
Paul: Escapes by Being Let Down from the Wall in a Basket; Goes to Jerusalem
Paul: Escapes to Berea by Night
Paul: from the Tribe of Benjamin,
Paul: Goes Through Phrygia and Galatia
Paul: Goes to Caesarea
Paul: Goes to Troas, where he Has a Vision of a Man Saying, "Come Over Into Macedonia
Paul: Has "A Thorn in the Flesh"
Paul: Has Barnabas As his Companion
Paul: He Declares to the Apostles at Jerusalem the Miracles and Wonders God had Performed Among the Gentiles by Them
Paul: Heals an Immobile Man
Paul: Heals the Ruler's Father and Others
Paul: His Defense
Paul: His Examination Before Herod Agrippa Ii
Paul: His Independence of Character
Paul: His Message Received Gladly by the Gentiles
Paul: His Resolute Determination to Go to Jerusalem Despite Repeated Warnings
Paul: His Trial Before Governor Felix
Paul: His Trial Before Governor Festus
Paul: His Vision and Conversion
Paul: Jewish Leaders Conspire Against his Life
Paul: John (Mark), a Companion of, Departs for Jerusalem
Paul: Kind Treatment by the Inhabitants of the Island
Paul: Lives in his own Rented House for Two Years, Preaching and Teaching
Paul: Makes his Second Tour of the Congregations
Paul: Meets some Brethren Who Accompany Him to Rome from Appii Forum
Paul: Persecuted and Expelled
Paul: Persecuted by Jews, Drawn Before the Deputy, Charged With Wicked Lewdness
Paul: Persecuted by the Jews Who Come from Thessalonica
Paul: Persecuted, Beaten, and Cast Into Prison With Silas
Paul: Persecutes the Christians; Present At, and Gives Consent To, the Stoning of Stephen
Paul: Persecutions Endured By
Paul: Persecutions of
Paul: Personal Appearance of
Paul: Preaches at Paphos
Paul: Preaches at Salamis
Paul: Preaches in Damascus for the First Time
Paul: Predicts Misfortune to the Ship; his Counsel not Heeded, and the Voyage Resumes
Paul: Proceeds to Macedonia After Strengthening the Congregations in That Region
Paul: Reasons in the Synagogue Every Sabbath
Paul: Rebukes the Exorcists
Paul: Received by the Disciples in Jerusalem
Paul: Refers the Question of Circumcision to the Apostles and Elders at Jerusalem
Paul: Remains in Custody for Two Years
Paul: Reproves the Soothsayer
Paul: Returns to Antioch, Accompanied by Barnabas, Judas, and Silas, With Letters to the Gentiles
Paul: Returns to Ephesus
Paul: Returns With the Apostle John to Antioch (Of Syria)
Paul: Re-Visits Pisidia, Pamphylia, Perga, Attalia, and Antioch, in Syria, where he Lived
Paul: Sends for the Elders of the Congregation of Ephesus
Paul: Sends Timothy and Erastus Into Macedonia, But he Himself Remains in Asia for a Period of Time
Paul: Sent to Damascus With Letters for the Arrest and Return to Jerusalem of Christians
Paul: Sent to the Gentiles
Paul: Sergius Paulus, Governor of the Country, is a Convert of
Paul: Sickness of, in Asia
Paul: Summons the Local Jewish Leadership
Paul: Supports Himself
Paul: Teaches at Antioch (In Syria) for One Year
Paul: The People Attempt to Worship Him
Paul: The Ship Encounters a Storm
Paul: The Ship is Wrecked, and all on Board Take Refuge on the Island of Melita (Malta)
Paul: The Spread of the Gospel Through his Preaching Interferes With the Makers of Idols
Paul: This Plan is Thwarted by his Nephew
Paul: Transferred to a Ship of Alexandria
Paul: Visits Amphipolis, Apollonia, and Thessalonica; Preaches in the Synagogue
Paul: Visits Antioch (In Pisidia), and Preaches in the Synagogue
Paul: Visits Assos, Mitylene, Chios, Samos, Trogyllium
Paul: Visits Coos, Rhodes, and Patara; Boards a Ship Bound for Tyre
Paul: Visits Corinth
Paul: Visits Ephesus, where he Leaves Aquila and Priscilla
Paul: Visits Iconium, and Preaches to the Jews and Non-Jews
Paul: Visits Lystra; Circumcises Timothy
Paul: Visits Much of the Island of Cyprus
Paul: Visits Perga in Pamphylia
Paul: Visits Samothracia and Neapolis
Paul: Visits Seleucia
Paul: Visits Troas
Paul: Waits at Tyre for Seven Days
Select Readings: Paul and Silas in Prison
Select Readings: Paul in Front of Agrippa
Select Readings: Paul in Front of Governor Felix
Select Readings: Paul on Mars' Hill
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