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A female Christian to whom Paul sent greetings at the end of his letter to the Roman church (Rom 16:15).
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JULIA (PERSON) [Gk Ioulia (Ἰουλια)]. A Roman Christian who received greetings from Paul in Rom 16:15. That Julia was the wife (or sister) of Philologus because she is coupled with him in v 15 is only a possibility. She was probably a gentile Christian. See NEREUS (PERSON). “Julia” was the Lat name of
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JULIA1. Woman greeted by the apostle Paul (Rom 16:15). Her name follows that of Philologus, who may have been her brother or husband.2. According to a variant reading, a woman noted by Paul as being one of his coworkers, as well as a distinguished apostle (Rom 16:7, nlt mg). She was probably Andronicus’s
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