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Dictionaries :: Sosipater

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Sosipater:

(See SOPATER.)

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Sosipater:

so-sip'-a-ter (Sosipatros): Sosipater unites with Lucius and Jason in sending greetings to the Roman Christians (Ro 16:21). He is a "kinsman" of Paul, by which Paul means a Jew (Ro 9:3; 16:11,21). It is the same name as SOPATER (which see). "Sopater of Berea" was one of the companions of Paul on his journey from Philippi after his 3rd missionary journey (Ac 20:4). These two are probably the same person, Paul having with him in Corinth, at the time of writing to the Roman Christians, the two Macedonians, Sopater of Berea and Jason of Thessalonica. The name Sosipater is found on a list of politarchs of Thessalonica.

Written by S. F. Hunter

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Sosipater:

(saviour of his father) kinsman or fellow tribesman of St. Paul (Romans 16:21) is probably the same person as Sopater of Berea. (A.D. 54)

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