A Christian whom Paul employed as his amanuensis in writing the epistle to the Romans, Ro 16:22.
the third, a Roman Christian whom Paul employed as his amanuensis in writing his epistle to the Romans (Ro 16:22).
Paul's amanuensis in writing the epistle to the Romans (Ro 16:22) from Corinth. His greeting inserted in the middle of Paul's greetings to the Romans shows that he was well acquainted with the Roman Christians, "I Tertius, who wrote this epistle, salute you in the Lord"; his name too makes it likely he was a Roman.
St. Paul's amanuensis who wrote Romans and added a personal salutation (Ro 16:22). It was the Apostle's custom to employ a scribe (no doubt dictating shorthand notes, a common practice), but to add a short autograph himself. The autographs probably are: Ro 16:25-27; 1Co 16:21-24 (expressly), 2Co 13:13 f., Ga 6:11-18 (expressly), Eph 6:23 f., Php 4:21-23; Col 4:18 (expressly), 1Th 5:25-28; 2Th 3:17 f., (expressly). In the Pastoral Epistles and Philemon, which are personal letters, the presence of autograph passages is more uncertain.
A. J. Maclean.
The Christian who wrote the Epistle to the Romans at Paul's dictation, and who sent his own salutation to the saints. Ro 16:22.