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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - 2 Timothy 1:15


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    King James Bible - 2 Timothy 1:15

    This thou knowest, that all they which are in Asia be turned away from me; of whom are Phygellus and Hermogenes.

    World English Bible

    This you know, that all who are in Asia turned away from me; of whom are Phygelus and Hermogenes.

    Douay-Rheims - 2 Timothy 1:15

    Thou knowest this, that all they who are in Asia, are turned away from me: of whom are Phigellus and Hermogenes.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    This thou knowest, that all they who are in Asia are turned away from me; of whom are Phygellus and Hermogenes.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (15) -
    Ac 16:6; 19:10,27,31; 20:16 1Co 16:19

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:15

    ¶ Ya sabes esto, que me han sido contrarios todos los que estn en Asia, de los cuales son Figelo y Hermgenes.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Timothy 1:15

    Verse 15. All they which are in
    Asia] It seems as if the apostle must refer to the Asiatic Christians which were then at Rome, or had been lately there. Finding the apostle in disgrace, and thinking it dangerous to own him or his cause, they neither visited him, or confessed Christianity. He cannot be speaking of any general defection of the Asiatic Churches, but of those Asiatics who had professed a particular friendship for him.

    Phygellus and Hermogenes.] These were two of the persons of whom he complains; but who they were, or what office they held, or whether they were any thing but private Christians who had for a time ministered to St. Paul in prison, and, when they found the state determined to destroy him, ceased to acknowledge him, we cannot tell.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 15. This thou knowest, that all they which are in Asia , etc.] Either those that followed the apostle from Asia to Rome; or who came from thence thither, upon business, and were upon the spot when the apostle was in his greatest troubles, and yet all forsook him and no man stood by him; or else the churches and ministers in Asia, that is, a great number of them; for it cannot be said of every minister and church, and of all the members of churches there, what follows, be turned away from me ; were ashamed of him, because of his chain, and despised him under his afflictions, and had him in abhorrence and contempt, and revolted from his doctrine; though the defection was very general, and the apostle appeals to Timothy for the truth of it, as a fact well known to him: this thou knowest; Timothy being at Ephesus, which was in Asia; and since there was so great an apostasy in the country where he was, the above exhortations were very seasonable, to hold fast the form of sound words, and keep the good thing committed to him; seeing so many were falling off from the truth of the Gospel: of whom are Phygellus and Hermogenes : who very likely were ministers of the word, and who had shone for a while, but were now stars fallen from heaven, had erred from the faith, and were become apostates, and proved men of corrupt minds, and deceivers of the people; and it may be that these were more open and infamous than some others, or might be more known to Timothy, and therefore are particularly mentioned. They are both of them said to have been of the seventy disciples; (see Gill on Luke 10:1) and afterwards followers of Simon Magus. The name of the first of these signifies a fugitive, and such was he from the cause of Christ. Pliny makes mention of a town in Asia, called Phygella, from the fugitives which built it; and the latter signifies born of Mercury; there was one of the name in Tertullian's time, against whom he wrote.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 15-18 - The
    apostle mentions the constancy of Onesiphorus; he oft refreshed his with his letters, and counsels, and comforts, and was not ashamed of him. A good man will seek to do good. The day of death and judgment in an awful day. And if we would have mercy then, we must seek for it no of the Lord. The best we can ask, for ourselves or our friends, is that the Lord will grant that we and they may find mercy of the Lord when called to pass out of time into eternity, and to appear before the judgment seat of Christ __________________________________________________________________


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    15. In
    Asia. Proconsular Asia, known as Asia Propria or simply Asia. It was the Romans province formed out of the kingdom of Pergamus, which was bequeathed to the Romans by Attalus III (B.C. 130), including the Greek cities on the western coast of Asia, and the adjacent islands with Rhodes. It included Mysia, Lydia, Caria, and Phrygia. The division Asia Major and Asia Minor was not adopted until the fourth century A.D. Asia Minor (Anatolia) was bounded by the Euxine, Aegean, and Mediterranean on the north, west, and south; and on the east by the mountains on the west of the upper course of the Euphrates.

    Have turned away (apestrafhnsan). Not from the faith, but from Paul.


    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    1:15 {Are turned away from me} (apestrafesan me). Second aorist passive (still transitive here with me) of apostrefw, for which verb see #Tit 1:14. For the accusative with these passive deponents see Robertson, _Grammar_, p. 484. It is not known to what incident Paul refers, whether the refusal of the Christians in the Roman province of Asia to help Paul on his arrest (or in response to an appeal from Rome) or whether the Asian Christians in Rome deserted Paul in the first stage of the trial (#4:16). Two of these Asian deserters are mentioned by name, perhaps for reasons known to Timothy. Nothing else is known of Phygelus and Hermogenes except this shameful item.


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