Character Study on Lucas

Character Study on Lucas

Philemon 1: Marcus, Aristarchus, Demas, Lucas, my fellowlabourers.

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1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Frederick Lucas
Journalist, born London, England, 1812; died Staines, England, 1855. He advocated Catholic Emancipation while still a Quaker, and became a Catholic, 1839. The following year he founded "The Tablet," inspiring English Catholic journalism with a new spirit of independence. He espoused the cause of Ireland, and in 1852 was returned to Parliament as a member for County Meath.

Easton's Bible Dictionary - Lucas
A friend and companion of Paul during his imprisonment at Rome; Luke (q.v.), the beloved physician (Philippians 1:24 ; Colossians 4:14 ).

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Lucas Holste
Also known as Lucas Holste. Catholic philologist. Born 1596; died 1661. Librarian of the Vatican library. Edited several books and left copious notes which have been used by various editors.

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Lucas Holstenius
Also known as Lucas Holste. Catholic philologist. Born 1596; died 1661. Librarian of the Vatican library. Edited several books and left copious notes which have been used by various editors.

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Lucas, Frederick
Journalist, born London, England, 1812; died Staines, England, 1855. He advocated Catholic Emancipation while still a Quaker, and became a Catholic, 1839. The following year he founded "The Tablet," inspiring English Catholic journalism with a new spirit of independence. He espoused the cause of Ireland, and in 1852 was returned to Parliament as a member for County Meath.

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Lucas
LUCAS , Philippians 1:24 (AV [Note: Authorized Version.] ), for Luke (wh. see).

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Holste, Lucas
Also known as Lucas Holste. Catholic philologist. Born 1596; died 1661. Librarian of the Vatican library. Edited several books and left copious notes which have been used by various editors.

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Holstenius, Lucas
Also known as Lucas Holste. Catholic philologist. Born 1596; died 1661. Librarian of the Vatican library. Edited several books and left copious notes which have been used by various editors.

Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament - Lucas
See Luke.

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Ayllon, Lucas Vasquez de
(died 1526) Spanish discoverer of Chesapeake Bay. He founded the settlement of San Miguel de Guandape, near the site of Jamestown, Virginia, 1526.

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Lucas
Lucius
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Luke, Lucas
Fellow labourer with Paul, and called 'the beloved physician.' He is only three times mentioned by name. Colossians 4:14 ; 2 Timothy 4:11 ; Philippians 24 . He was the writer of the Gospel bearing his name, and also of the Acts of the Apostles, the introduction to both being addressed to a certain Theophilus. It is supposed, from Colossians 4:11,14 , that he was a Gentile, though these verses are no proof of it.

In Acts 16:10 Luke uses the word 'we,' showing that he was then with the apostle Paul at Troas, and accompanied him to Philippi, where apparently Luke remained. In Acts 20:5 he is again with Paul, and went with him to Jerusalem. Paul then became a prisoner for more than two years, and we lose sight of Luke; but as soon as Paul was about to be sent to Rome, Luke was with him again, Acts 27:1 , and accompanied him to Rome, Acts 28:16 , and was there with Paul when he wrote the Epistles to the Colossians and Philemon. He was also with Paul during his second imprisonment. Others had forsaken the aged apostle, Luke alone remained. He was Paul's beloved fellow-labourer, and in his own writings has skilfully hidden himself that the work of God by His servants Paul and others might, by the leading of the Holy Spirit, be faithfully recorded, and come into prominence.

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Lucas
See LUKE.

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Lucas
The same with LUKE .

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Lucas - Lucas , Philippians 1:24 (AV [Note: Authorized Version
Lucas Holste - Also known as Lucas Holste
Lucas Holstenius - Also known as Lucas Holste
Holste, Lucas - Also known as Lucas Holste
Holstenius, Lucas - Also known as Lucas Holste
Des Moines, Iowa, Diocese of - Comprises that part of the State of Iowa bounded east by the eastern boundaries of the counties of Polk, Warren, Lucas, and Wayne, south by the State of Missouri, west by the Missouri River, and north by the northern boundaries of the counties of Harrison, Shelby, Audubon, Guthrie, Dallas, and Polk; area, 12,446 square miles; erected, 1911; suffragan of Dubuque
Lucius of Cyrene - A distinct name from Luke, = Lucas, = Lucanus
Luke - Luke (lûke), Colossians 4:14; called also Lucas, Philemon 1:24, A
Luke - The name Luke, or Lucas, Philippians 1:24 , is the same as Lucanus in Latin
Iowa - Catholic influence on place-names of the state is shown in the following: ...
Saint Ansgar

Saint Anthony

Saint Benedict

Saint Charles

Saint Donatus

Saint Lucas

Saint Marys

Saint Olaf
Archdioceses, past and present, include ...
Dubuque
Dioceses, past and present, include: ...
Davenport

Des Moines

Sioux City
See also ...
patron saints index
Happiness - Bolton and Lucas on Happiness; Henry's Pleasantness of a Religious Life; Grove's and Paley's Mor
Catholic Association - When founded in London with the approbation of Cardinal Manning, 1891, the prime movers were Edward Lucas (chairman) and Charles Munich (secretary), while the committee of management included among others Lord Archibald Douglas, Monsignor Nugent, Lord Godolphin Osborne, and James Britten
California - ... The early Spanish missionaries left their mark on Californian place-names, including ...
Bethany

Camp Angelus

Carmel

Concepción

Cupertino

Guadalupe

Los Angeles (The Angels)

Sacramento

San Andreas

San Anselmo

San Ardo

San Benito

San Bernardino

San Bruno

San Carlos

San Clemente

San Diego

San Dimas

San Fernando

San Francisco

San Gabriel

San Geronimo

San Gregorio

San Jacinto

San Joaquin

San Jose

San Juan Bautista

San Juan Capistrano

San Leandro

San Lorenzo

San Lucas

San Luis Obispo

San Luis Rey

San Marcos

San Marino

San Martin

San Mateo

San Miguel

San Onofre

San Pablo

San Pedro

San Quentin

San Rafael

San Ramon

San Simeon

San Ysidro

Santa Ana

Santa Anita

Santa Barbara

Santa Clara

Santa Cruz (Holy Cross)

Santa Fe (Holy Faith)

Santa Margarita

Santa Maria

Santa Monica

Santa Paula

Santa Rosa

Santa Susana

Santa Ynez

Santa Ysabel

Trinidad
Many of the above names, and several similar ones, occur also in California as names of counties, and of natural features such as islands, mountains, bays, rivers, etc
Association, Catholic - When founded in London with the approbation of Cardinal Manning, 1891, the prime movers were Edward Lucas (chairman) and Charles Munich (secretary), while the committee of management included among others Lord Archibald Douglas, Monsignor Nugent, Lord Godolphin Osborne, and James Britten
Silas - ... Probably Silas is an abbreviation, like Lucas (Luke), Hermas, Amplias, Epaphras, Nymphas
Theudas - Krenkel (Josephus und Lucas, Leipzig, 1894, pp. Holtzmann, ‘Lucas und Josephus’ in ZWT [Note: WT Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Theologie
Perpetua, Vibia - by Lucas Holstenius in 17th cent
Luke - ... (2) Jerome... ‘Lucas medicus Antiochensis, ut eius scripta indicant, Graeci sermonis non ignarus fuit, sectator apostoli Pauli et omnis peregrinationis eius comes scripsit evangelium, de quo idem Paulus: Misimus, inquit, cum illo fratrem cuius laus est in evangelio per omnes ecclesias; ed ad Colossenses: Salutat vos Lucas, medicus carissimus; et ad Timotheum: Lucas est mecum solus. ... (3) The Monarchian Prologues... ‘Lucas Syrus natione Antiochensis, arte medicus, discipulus apostolorum, postea Paulum secutus usque ad confessionem eius, serviens deo sine crimine
Lysanias - Lucas, 1894, pp
Libertines - , has traced the history of this emendation in an interesting manner from Beza (1559) to Blass (1898) From Beza’s Annotationes he quotes the following sentence, in which the main difficulty of the text is well stated: ‘Neque enim video qua ratione Lucas istos [Libertinos] appellet ex conditione, caeteros vero ex gente ac patria
Silas or Silyanus - , London, 1894-95); Van Vloten, ‘Lucas und Silas,’ in ZWT [Note: WT Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Theologie
American Martyrology -

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Name - ); Hermogenes (like Hermagoras and Hermodorus) into Hermas (Romans 16:14, 2 Timothy 1:15, and the author of the Pastor); Lucanus into Lucas (Philemon 1:24, etc
Seventy (2) - ) as follows:—James (brother of the Lord), Timothy, Titus, Barnabas, Ananias, Stephen, Philip, Prochorus, Nicanor, Simon, Nicolas, Parmenas, Cleopas, Silas, Silvanus, Crescens, Epenetus, Andronicus, Amplias, Urbanus, Stachys, Apelles, Aristobulus, Narcissus, Herodion, Rufus, Asyncritus, Phlegon, Hermes, Hermas, Patrobas, Rhodion, Jason, Agabus, Linus, Gaius, Philologus, Olympas, Sosipater, Lucius, Tertius, Erastus, Phygellus, Hermogenes, Dermas, Quartus, Apollos, Cephas, Sosthenes, Epaphroditus, Caesar, Marcus, Joseph Barsabbas, Artemas, Clemens, Onesiphorus, Tychicus, Carpus, Euodius, Philemon, Zenas, Aquila, Priscas, Junias, Marcus (2), Aristarchus, Pudens, Trophimus, Lucas the Eunuch, Lazarus
Lord's Prayer (i) - 116): ‘Lucas in oratione dominica petitiones non septem sed quinque complexus est’; thus it became the custom in the West to count seven petitions; but Origen, Chrysostom, and the Reformed Churches count six, connecting ‘but deliver us from evil’ closely with what precedes
Josephus - The most thorough-going adherent of the theory is Krenkel (Josephus und Lucas), who finds, for instance, in St