Trophimus, meaning a foster-child, was an Ephesian who accompanied Paul during a part of his third missionary journey (Acts 20:4; 21:29). Ephesus ( Hittite Apasa; Ancient Greek; Turkish Efes) was a city of ancient Anatolia. Paul the apostle (שאול התרסי Šaʾul HaTarsi, meaning " Saul of Tarsus " Σαούλ Saul and Σαῦλος Saulos and A missionary is a member of a Religion who works to convert those who do not share the missionary's faith someone who proselytizes. He was with Paul in Jerusalem, and the Jews, supposing that the apostle had brought him with him into the temple, raised a tumult which resulted in Paul's imprisonment. Jerusalem (יְרוּשָׁלַיִם, he-Latn Yerushaláyim; Arabic: ar القُدس, ar-Latn al-Quds) is the PLEASE TAKE NOTE************ The Twelve Apostles (Greek apostolos, "someone sent out" e A temple (from the Latin word Templum) is a structure reserved for religious or spiritual activities such as prayer and sacrifice or analogous rites (See Herod's Temple). Herod's Temple in Jerusalem was a massive expansion of the Temple Mount and construction of a completely new and much larger Jewish Temple by King In writing to Timothy, the apostle says, "Trophimus have I left at Miletus sick" (2 Tim. For other uses of "Timothy" see Timothy (disambiguation. Miletus (mī lē' təs ( Ancient Greek: Μίλητος literally Transliterated Milētos, Latin Miletus) was an Ancient 4:20). This must refer to some event not noticed in the Acts.
This entry incorporates text from the public domain Easton's Bible Dictionary, originally published in 1897.