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Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament [1]

(Σεκοῦνδος [TR[Note: R translated, translation.]], Σέκουνδος [WH[Note: H Westcott-Hort’s Greek Testament.], Blass])

Secundus was a Macedonian Christian belonging to the church of Thessalonica, by which he and Aristarchus were deputed to convey to Jerusalem the contributions of the Thessalonians on behalf of the poor brethren of the mother church. He accompanied St. Paul on his last journey to Jerusalem ( Acts 20:4). The Apostle on this occasion intended to sail from Corinth, but the discovery of a plot at the last moment caused him to sail for Macedonia, where he may have met the deputies of the churches of Thessalonica and BerCEa. It is more probable, however, that they had been previously instructed to join the Apostle at Troas, where we find them along with deputies from Asia ( Acts 20:5). It is uncertain whether Secundus remained in Syria after St. Paul’s arrest or returned to Thessalonica. He is never again mentioned in the NT, but the name occurs in the well-known inscription of Thessalonica (CIG[Note: IG Corpus Inscrip. Graecarum.]ii. 1967), which gives a list of politarchs.

Literature.-W. M. Ramsay, St. Paul the Traveller3, 1897, p. 287; R. J. Knowling in Expositor’s Greek Testamentii. [1900] 422; also articles in Hasting's Dictionary of the Bible (5 vols)and Encyclopaedia Biblica.

W. F. Boyd.

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [2]

SECUNDUS . A man of Thessalonica who accompanied St. Paul on his journey to Jerusalem (  Acts 20:4 ), perhaps as a delegate to carry alms from his city. The Greek of the verse is obscure, but the meaning probably is that Aristarchus and Secundus and those mentioned afterwards went direct to Troas from Corinth and waited there for the Apostle, who came with Sopater by way of Macedonia. See Sopater.

A. J. Maclean.

Fausset's Bible Dictionary [3]

Of Thessalonica. Along with Aristarchus accompanied Paul in his last journey from Greece to Jerusalem as far as Troas ( Acts 20:4).

Smith's Bible Dictionary [4]

Secun'dus. (Fortunate). A Thessalonian Christian.  Acts 20:4. (A.D. 55).

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary [5]

A disciple at Thessalonica, who accompanied Paul in some of his journeys,  Acts 20:4 .

Morrish Bible Dictionary [6]

A believer of Thessalonica, and for a time a companion of Paul.  Acts 20:4 .

Holman Bible Dictionary [7]

 Acts 20:4

Easton's Bible Dictionary [8]

 Acts 20:4

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [9]

sḗ - kun´dus (Westcott-Hort Greek text Σέκουνδος , Sékoundos , Textus Receptus of the New Testament, Σεκοῦνδος , Sekoúndos ): A T hessalonian who was among those who accompanied Paul from Greece to Asia ( Acts 20:4 ). They had preceded Paul and waited for him at Troas. If he were one of the representatives of the churches in Macedonia and Greece, entrusted with their contributions to Jerusalem ( Acts 24:17;  2 Corinthians 8:23 ), he probably accompanied Paul as far as Jerusalem. The name is found in a list of politarchs on a Thessalonian inscription.

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [10]

(the Lat. word Graecized, Σεκοῦνδος ) , a Christian of Thessalonica, and one of the party who went with the apostle Paul from Corinth as far as Asia ( Ἄχρι Τῆς Ἀσίας ) , probably to Troas or Miletus (all of them so far, some farther), on his return to Jerusalem from his third missionary tour ( Acts 20:4). A.D. 55.

Kitto's Popular Cyclopedia of Biblial Literature [11]

Secuin´dus, a disciple of Thessalonica, who accompanied Paul in some of his voyages .