(8.) (1.) Another name for Joseph, surnamed Barsabas. He and Matthias are mentioned only in Ac 1:23. "They must have been among the earliest disciples of Jesus, and must have been faithful to the end; they must have been well known and esteemed among the brethren. What became of them afterwards, and what work they did, are entirely unknown" (Lindsay's Acts of the Apostles).
(9.) (2.) A Jewish proselyte at Corinth, in whose house, next door to the synagogue, Paul held meetings and preached after he left the synagogue (Ac 18:7).
(10.) (3.) A Jewish Christian, called Jesus, Paul's only fellow-labourer at Rome, where he wrote his Epistle to the Colossians (Col 4:11).
1. Surname of Joseph Barsabas (Ac 1:23).
2. A Christian at Corinth; Paul lodged with him (Ac 18:7).
3. Surname of Jesus, Paul's friend (Col 4:11).
This surname is given to three people in NT. 1. Joseph Barsabbas (Ac 1:23). 2. Titus or Titius, host of St. Paul at Corinth (Ac 18:7 RV; the MSS vary between these two forms, and some omit the first name altogether), apparently a Roman citizen who was a 'proselyte of the gate' (as he would later have been called), and converted to Christianity by the Apostle (Ramsay, St. Paul the Trav. p. 256). 3. A Jew named Jesus or Joshua who was with St. Paul in his first Roman imprisonment (Col 4:11).
A. J. Maclean.
1. Surname of JOSEPH, or BARSABAS, who was selected as one suitable to take the place of Judas Iscariot. Ac 1:23.
2. A worshipper of God at Corinth, into whose house Paul entered when he abandoned the synagogue. Ac 18:7.
3. Christian at Rome, also called JESUS, whose salutation Paul sent to the Colossian saints. Col 4:11.
1. A surname of Joseph, called Barsabas.
2. A Christian at Corinth, with whom St. Paul lodged.
(A.D. 49.) (Given in the Revised Version as TITUS JUSTUS; and it is possible that he may be the same person as Titus the companion of Paul.)
See Titus Justus
3. A surname of Jesus, a friend of St. Paul.