Bible Characters – Men in the New Testament
Apollos passionately taught others about and debates the principles of Christianity publicly.
Felix was Festus' predecessor. He imprisoned Paul, but allowed him to speak in his own defense. He hoped Paul would offer him a bribe, but he never did. Festus thought Paul was delusional, but he didn't think that was cause for putting him to death or locking him up, so he let him go.
Nicodemus was likely a member of the Sanhedrin (Jewish supreme court). He warmly invited Jesus into his home and spoke with him respectfully.
Overview of New Testament Healings
This is a chronological chart of healings found in the New Testament.
Philip was one of Jesus' most cherished disciples. Find out more about his role in Jesus' mission here.