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Jews and Christians in the Lycus Valley

  title={Jews and Christians in the Lycus Valley},
  author={Frederick Fyvie Bruce},
In antiquity several rivers in Asia Minor were called the Lycus River. 1 The Lycus River pertaining to Colossians watered part of southwestern Phrygia and flowed into the Maeander River. When one speaks of the cities of the Lycus Valley, he usually means the three which are mentioned in the Book of Colossians: Colossae, Laodicea, and Hierapolis (Col. 2:1; 4:13). Of these three, Colossae was by far the oldest; it was a city when Xerxes and his army passed that way in 480 B.C. 2 Laodicea was… 
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Flaccus and the Jews of Asia (Cicero Pro Flacco 28. 67-69)
OUR MOST VIVID AND RELIABLE piece of literary evidence concerning the Jewish community of Republican Rome is to be found in a dramatic passage of Cicero's oration Pro L. Flacco. Having dealt with the
Hebrews among the letters of Paul
statements on Christology and faith, or its exploration of theological and hortatory dimensions of biblical texts, Hebrews has as much claim to a place in the Christian canon as any other New
Bibliotheca Sacra—January
  • Bibliotheca Sacra—January
  • 1984
Flaccus seems to have been acquitted.) 11 Pro Flacco 68Flaccus and the Jews of Asia (Pro .Flacco 28
  • Phoenix
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To the Ephesians 1:3 et passim
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  • 1961
But there is evidence that the title of a ] rxisuna < gwgoj could be held by a Gentile , the president of a non - Jewish assembly ( see New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity
  • 1939
40 Eusebius Ecclesiastical History 3.39.13; but see
  • 40 Eusebius Ecclesiastical History 3.39.13; but see
  • 1916
Die Hochdruck-Wasserleitung von Laodicea ad Lycum Jahrbuch des kaiserlich-deutschen archaologischen InstituteThe Laodicean Lukewarmness
  • Expository Times
  • 1898
On this whole matter see The Jews under Roman Rule 16 Josephus The Antiquities of the Jews 12.121. 17 Josephus The Jewish Wars 7.100-111. Also see Smallwood, The Jews under Roman Rule
  • 18 Corpus Inscriptionum JudaicarumRome: Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana, 1952), no. 774. 19 William M. Ramsay, Cities and Bishoprics of Phrygia
  • 1897