Places Study on Syrian Antioch

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Antioch in Pisidia - It is usually referred to as Pisidian Antioch to distinguish it from Syrian Antioch
Iconium - "... On his second missionary circuit Paul with Silas came from Syrian Antioch through Cilicia, and up through the Taurus passes into Lycaonia, and by Derbe and Lystra proceeded westward to Iconium (Acts 16:1-3)
Barnabas - The church chose Barnabas to go to Syrian Antioch to investigate the unrestricted preaching to the Gentiles there
an'Tioch - This city, like the Syrian Antioch, was founded by Seleucus Nicator
Antioch - Like the Syrian Antioch, this Antioch was founded by Seleucus Nicator
Galatians, Letter to the - Most likely Paul wrote his letter to the Galatians while in Syrian Antioch at this time
Saturninus - The first two are the Samaritan heretics Simon and Menander; the next as having derived their doctrines from these Saturninus and Basilides who taught the former in the Syrian Antioch the latter in Egypt
Derbe - Derbe lay on the great trade-route between Ephesus and Syrian Antioch
Galatians, Epistle to the - Luke considers the travellers’ point of view; for in the latter case they leave Syrian Antioch, and enter, by way of non-Roman Lycaonia, into Galatic Lycaonia (‘the Galatic region’), while in the former case they start from Lystra and enter the Phrygo-Galatic region near Iconium. Timothy, he thinks, had been sent to his home at Lystra from Corinth, and rejoined Paul at Syrian Antioch, bringing news of the Galatian defection. ... Another view is that of Weber, who also holds that Syrian Antioch was the place of writing, but dates the Epistle before the Council (see Acts 14:28 )
Acts of the Apostles - Certainly we should never have guessed this from the cold way in which the Syrian Antioch is mentioned in Acts. He had perhaps visited the Syrian Antioch, and could get from the leaders of the Church there ( e. In Acts 11:28 this MS (supported by Augustine), by inserting ‘we,’ makes the writer to have been present at Syrian Antioch when Agabus prophesied
Tarsus - His third tour also began with a journey from Syrian Antioch to the region of Phrygia and Galatia (Acts 18:23), no doubt via Tarsus, which he then probably saw for the last time
Peter - ... Although Peter understood his mission as being primarily to the Jews (Galatians 2:7), he visited the mainly Gentile church in Syrian Antioch and ate freely with the Gentile Christians
Titus (Emperor) - By Syrian Antioch he went to Zeugma on the Euphrates, where he received an embassy from the Parthian king
Love-Feast - ’] that it was at or near the Syrian Antioch is as good as any
Trade And Commerce - Syrian Antioch and Caesarea in Cappadocia (now Kaisarieh) issued large numbers of silver coins, and the cistophorus of republican times (cf. Besides these, smaller Imperial mints existed throughout the provinces, and the senate had a mint at Syrian Antioch; Lugudunum (Lyons), for example, served as a mint for the Gallic provinces
Trade And Commerce - Syrian Antioch and Caesarea in Cappadocia (now Kaisarieh) issued large numbers of silver coins, and the cistophorus of republican times (cf. Besides these, smaller Imperial mints existed throughout the provinces, and the senate had a mint at Syrian Antioch; Lugudunum (Lyons), for example, served as a mint for the Gallic provinces
Antioch - ) about the same time as Syrian Antioch, being another of the many cities which he called after his father Antiochus
Paul the Apostle - From there Barnabas enlisted his services for teaching duties in the church at Syrian Antioch (Acts 11:25 )
Galatia - In these cities, planted in the moat civilized and progressive part of central Asia Minor-the region traversed by the great route of traffic and inter-course between Ephesus and Syrian Antioch-many Greeks, Romans, and Jews swelled the native Phrygian and Lycaonian populace