1. Multiple choice: One of the people who was with Paul when he wrote Romans was named Erastus.
He is identified by the office he held in the city government. What was that office? (a) Proconsul;
(b) secretary; or (c) treasurer.
2. In the first verse of 1 Corinthians, Paul identifies another as being with him in the writing of this letter. Who is that man? (a) Timothy; (b) Sosthenes; or (c) Silas.
1. (c) Treasurer (Rom 16:23).
2. (b) Sosthenes (1 Cor. 1:1).
Sosthenes had been the ruler of the Jewish synagogue before his conversion (Acts 18:17).