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- proper n. The sixteenth book of the New Testament of the Bible, the second epistle to Timothy.
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The name Luke occurs three times in the New Testament -- (Colossians 4: 14; 2 Timothy 4: 11);
+ IN  Pisidia, (Acts 13: 14; 14: 19,21; 2 Timothy 3: 11) on the borders of Phrygia, corresponds to Yalobatch, which is distant from Aksher six hours over the mountains.
These contests, (1 Timothy 6: 12; 2 Timothy 4: 7) were divided into two classes, the pancratium, consisting of boxing and wrestling, and the pentathlon, consisting of leaping, running, quoiting, hurling the spear and wrestling.