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Senior apostolorum discipulus" also iv. 28. I. It is significant, 32. I however, that Irenaeus never calls this John, whom he regards as the author of the Johannine writings, an apostle, but only a disciple of the Lord. This element of truth still survives in his treatment of this question. : ; d THE REVELATION OF 1 ST. JOHN The confusion of Philip till the reign of Claudius (n, 22. 5). the Evangelist and Philip the Apostle, whom Luke in the Acts distinguishes carefully, is found in several ancient writers, most probably in Polycrates of Ephesus (arc.
52), Tertullian and Eusebius. See Encyc. Bib. (2511); Moffatt, Introd* 608 sqq. ; otherwise Lightfoot, Colossians^ 45 sq. The primitive tradition as to the martyrdom of John the Apostle was gradually displaced by the later tradition represented by Irenaeus but even so the primitive tradition maintained itself in various places down to the 7th cent, as we have shown ; above. The conclusion to which the above facts and inferences point that John the "Apostle was never in Asia Minor, and that he " " died a martyr's death between the visit of St.
To do homage ace. c. 9, See note on 7 11 : vol. i. ST. JOHN constructions have exactly See Gr. opposite meanings in J. " 211 sqq. cxli, p. also vol. i. 211-212; Abbott, Vac. 137 sqq. 10 s8 7 , which phrase (sstidwp ^UJP, 4 ind des the minings of the two 1 |^ phrases in JP. See vol. i. 54 sq. 15 6 Ka#^//,vos ITTI f r. Opovov f VKyvvMrti ITT* avrovs 7 similar to J i 14 6 Xdyos o-ap lyei/cro /cat ccr/oji/ajo-ev li/ ^/u^, the The same is true of 2 27 similarity is only an outward one. 18 r. irarpos (JLOV as compared with J io Again, though is v Trapo, J$