John Bengel Commentary - Philemon 1:24 - 1:24

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John Bengel Commentary - Philemon 1:24 - 1:24

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Phm 1:24. Λουκᾶς, Luke) He, who was most closely connected with Paul, is named after the others. There is a note in two Greek copies, in the possession of Mill and Kuster, intimating, that the blessed Onesimus died a martyr at Rome, having suffered the punishment of breaking the legs.[1]

[1] Bengel, J. A. (1860). Vol. 4: Gnomon of the New Testament (M. E. Bengel & J. C. F. Steudel, Ed.) (J. Bryce, Trans.) (327-331). Edinburgh: T&T Clark.