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Artemas
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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Artemas (Person)
ARTEMAS (PERSON) [Gk Artemas (Ἀρτεμας)]. A companion of Paul in the later years of Paul’s career (Tit 3:12). It is never mentioned, however, where Artemas and Paul met. The letter to Titus portrays Paul as planning to send either Artemas or Tychicus to Crete, presumably to take Titus’ place temporarily
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Artemas
Artemas. Christian fellow worker whom the apostle Paul considered as a replacement for Titus on the island of Crete (Ti 3:12). Later tradition describes Artemas as bishop of Lystra.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Artemas
Artemas ärʹtə-məs [GK. Artemas] (Tit. 3:12). An associate of Paul, whom he planned to send (“or Tychicus”) to Crete to replace Titus, so that Titus could join Paul at Nicopolis. Tradition names him as bishop of Lystra, and as one of the seventy disciples.The name is probably Greek, perhaps a masculine
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Artemas
ARTEMAS Christian coworker with Paul, whom the apostle considered as a replacement for Titus on the island of Crete (Ti 3:12). Later tradition describes Artemas as bishop of Lystra.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Artemas
ARTEMAS. A companion of Paul whose name is linked with Tychicus in a proposed mission to Crete to relieve Titus (Tit 3:12). The name is generally considered to be Gr. (contra. Jerome), possibly a shortened form of Artemidorus, a familiar name in Asia Minor, or the masculine form of Artemis. According
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Artemas
Artemas (Gk. Artemás)A companion of Paul whom the apostle hoped to send to Crete in order to permit Titus to join Paul at Nicopolis (Tit. 3:12).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Artemas
Artemas [ärˊtə məs] (Gk. Artemas, abbreviation of Artemi dṓros “given by Artemis”). One of Paul’s companions whom the apostle hoped to send to Crete in order to permit Titus to join Paul at Nicopolis (Titus 3:12).
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Artemas
ARTEMAS A disciple and companion of Paul. Paul expected to send Artemas to the island of Crete, to replace Titus (Titus 3:12); Titus was to meet Paul at Nicopolis.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Artemas
Ar´temas (gift of Artemis), a companion of St. Paul. Titus 3:12. According to tradition he was bishop of Lystra.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Artemas
AR´TEMAS (arʹti-mas, contraction of Gk. Artemidoros, “gift of Artemis,” i.e., Diana).1. The name of a disciple mentioned in connection with Tychicus, one of whom Paul wished to send into Crete to supply the place of Titus when he invited the latter to visit him at Nicopolis (Titus 3:12), a.d. 65. Traditionally,
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ARTEMAS
ARTEMAS<ar’-te-mas> ([ ʼΑρτεμα̂ς, Artemas]): One of the seventy disciples and bishop of Lystra, according to Dorotheus (Bibl. Maxima (Lugd. 1677), III, 429). He is mentioned in Titus 3:12 as one of the faithful companions of Paul. The name is probably Greek, a masculine form of Artemis, or, as has
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