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    Papias of Hierapolis. Papias of Hierapolis composed around AD 100 a work, now lost, entitled Exegesis of the Dominical Logia, which Eusebius quotes as an authority on the origins of the Gospels of Mark and Matthew. On Mark, Papias cites John the Elder:

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    Hierapolis-Pamukkale was made a World Heritage Site in 1988. It is a tourist attraction due to this status and its natural beauty. The underground volcanic activity which causes the hot springs also forced carbon dioxide into a cave, which was called the Plutonium , which here means "place of the god Pluto ".

  3. Jan 21, 2022 · Another theory concerning John’s death is associated with a second-century bishop named Papias of Hierapolis. According to one commentary on Papias’s writings, John was killed by a group of Jewish men. However, many historians believe Papias was misquoted or misread and doubt the credibility of this theory.

  4. Jun 25, 2019 · This is what Christian tradition has handed down, however, and to be fair, it's a tradition that dates back pretty far — to the writings of Eusebius around the year 325. He, in turn, claimed to be relying upon work from an earlier writer, Papias, bishop of Hierapolis, (c. 60-130) who wrote about this around the year 120:

  5. Juan de Patmos o el Apokaleta es el nombre dado al autor del libro bíblico titulado el Apocalipsis.En la introducción, el autor declara que estaba desterrado en la isla griega de Patmos «a causa de la palabra de Dios y el testimonio de Jesucristo» (Ap 1, 9), cuando comenzó a recibir «la revelación de Jesucristo, que Dios le dio, para manifestar a sus siervos las cosas que deben suceder ...

  6. Other than naming Matthew in the list of Apostles, usually pairing him with St. Thomas, the New Testament offers scant and uncertain information about him. Outside the New Testament, a statement of importance about him is the passage from the Apostolic Father Papias of Hierapolis preserved by Bishop Eusebius of Caesarea: “So then Matthew composed the Oracles in the Hebrew language, and each ...

  7. Papias is bishop of Hierapolis "I fear your kindness, which may harm me," he wrote to Roman Christians hoping to free him. "You may be able to achieve what you plan.

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