(saviour of his father ), son or Pyrrhus or Berea, was one of the companions of St. Paul on his return from Greece into Asia. ( Acts 20:4 ) (A.D. 55.)
so'-pa-ter, sop'-a-ter (Sopatros):
the Revised Version (British and American) the son of Pyrrhus; the King James Version omits. A man of Berea who is mentioned with some Thessalonians and others as accompanying Paul as far as Asia on his return to Jerusalem after his 3rd missionary journey (Acts 20:4). He is probably the same as the "Sosipater" of Romans 16:21.
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