First recorded convert to Christianity in Europe. A seller of the color purple. Insisted on giving hospitality to St.Paul and his companions.
Second largest city in Greece. Capital of the region of Masadonia.
"The Arcopagus" Paul delivered his famous speeech here
The view that the truth value is certain claims, especially about the existance or nonexistance of any diety.
A city in Greece. Paul resided here for 18 months and became acquanted with Aquila and Pricilla.
Aquila and Priscilla
First century Christian missionary's. listed among the first 70 disciples. Strenghtened early Jesus groups. were tentmakers.
Husband of Priscilla, originally from Pontus. Ended life as a martyer.
he dismissed the charge brought by the Jews against the apostle Paul. His behavior showed impartial attitude of the Roman officials toward Christianity.
Christians will be gathered together in the air to meet Christ at his return.
Were commissioned to translate the bible.
Day of the Lord
Time of tribulation the preceeds the second comming of Christ.
On of the 12 apostles. Sometimes identified with Jude, "brother of Jesus," siffered martyrdom with Simon.
"my little children"
How John referred to Church members.
John identifies himself in 2nd John. Bishop, overseere. One position in the church
A dualistic religion influenced by Hellenic philosophy Judiasim.
Uncovering, revelation is this literature. a disclosure of something hidden from the majority of mankind in an era dominated by falsehood and misconception.
Roman emperor from 81-96. The third and last emporer of the Flavian dynasty.
the tendency to interpret the Christian Bible, especially the latter days prophesy as nonliteral symbole
An interpretation of Christian eschatology which holds that most or all of the biblical prophecies concerning the end times refers to events which have already happened in the first century after Christs birth.
A schoolof interpretation which treats the eschatological prophicies of Daniel and Revelation as finding literal earthly fulfillment through the history of the church
An interpretation of the bible in christian eschatology placing the fulfillment of the prophecies of the book of revelation, daniel
the name given to the event or events referred to in mathew and other passages of the new testament in the holy bible.
According to some christian interpretation refers to the end of time
Roman Emperor from 54-68 he was last emperor of the julio-claudian dynasty. He was adopted bu his great uncle to become his heir and cuccessor.
one of the most widely venerated of the ancient greek deities.
A young man tended to by St.Paul. He fell out of his seat if a three story window paul picked him up, insisted he was not dead and took him back upstairs.
to shine, became known as the dawn goddess
City that became one of the 12 lonian cities of Asia Minor. paul met with the elders at the end of his 3rd missonary journey
Jewis magician, excorsist had 7 sons
a figure mentioned in the new testament. he rescued paul from a hostile mob. he gave the impression that he had rescued paul because of having learned that he was an apostle of a roman
Paul often visited and was imprisoned there for 2 yrs
Roman governor. sent for paul frequently and talked with him. he left paul imprisoned as a fav to the jews
was a assembly of 23 judges appointed in every city in the biblical land of israel.
Gov after Felix, He sought to induce paul to go to jerusalem for trial
Herod Agrippa II
Brother of berenice and drusilla. paul pleaded his cause at caesarea maritima in front of him
the recipient of a private letter from paul of tarsus
a slave to philemon of colossae a man of christian faith
a chriatian preacher who spread the gospel to his fellow colossian citizens pauls fellow prisoner
daughter of herod. felix was struck by her beauty and wanted her as his 2nd wife
fellow christian missionary of st pauls. name meant loved by aphrodite "charming"
leader of early chriatianity son of john or of jonah
first used to describe the christian church in the early century to emphasize its universal scope.
1st small town that had sprung up by the beggining of the 3rd mill BC
leading member of the early christian community who later accompanied paul in some of his missionary journeys
is the belief that jesus physical body was an illusion as was his crucifixion. to appear to have a physical body
a period of time equal to one thousand years
a small greek island. john was here when he was given and recorded a vison from jesus
ancient city of epirus paul planned to spend the winter here
one of the three pastoral epistles
a part of theology, philosophy and futurology concerned with what are beleaved to be final events in history.
an interpretation of chapter 20 of the book of revelation which sees christ second comming as occuring after the millennium
the belief that jesus will loterally and physically be on the earth for his millennial reign and his second comming
a view in christian end-times theology named for its rejection of the thoery that jesus christ will have a thousand year physical reign on the earth
believed jesus christ was the savior sent by god and paul of tarsus was his chief apostle but he rejected the hebrew bible and yahweh