|Born||13 June 1901|
|Died||7 June 1961 59)(aged|
Théophilus Steurs (13 June 1901 – 7 June 1961) was a Belgian long-distance runner. He competed in the marathon at the 1924 and 1928 Summer Olympics.
Theophilus, Patriarch of Antioch succeeded Eros c. 169, and was succeeded by Maximus I c. 183, according to Henry Fynes Clinton, but these dates are only approximations. His death probably occurred between 183 and 185.
Theophilus Eaton was a merchant, farmer, and Puritan colonial leader who was the co-founder and first governor of New Haven Colony, Connecticut.
Theophilus was the 23rd Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark. He became Pope at a time of conflict between the newly dominant Christians and the pagan establishment in Alexandria, each of which was supported by a segment of the Alexandrian populace.
Saint Theophilus the Penitent or Theophilus of Adana was a cleric in the sixth century Church who is said to have made a deal with the Devil to gain an ecclesiastical position. His story is significant as it is the oldest story of a pact with the devil and was an inspiration for the Faust legend. Eutychianus of Adana, who claimed to be an eyewitness of the events, is the first to record Theophilus's story.
Theophilus is the name or honorary title of the person to whom the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles are addressed. It is thought that both the Gospel of Luke and Acts of the Apostles were written by the same author, and often argued that the two books were originally a single unified work. Both Luke and Acts were written in a refined Koine Greek, and the name "θεόφιλος" ("Theophilos"), as it appears therein, means friend of God or (be)loved by God or loving God in the Greek language. No one knows the true identity of Theophilus and there are several conjectures and traditions around an identity. In English Theophilus is also written "Theophilos", both a common name and an honorary title among the learned (academic) Romans and Jews of the era. The life of Theophilus would coincide with the writing of Luke and the author of the Acts.
Theophilus Francis Rodenbough was born in Easton, Pennsylvania and was a Union Army officer during the American Civil War. He received America's highest military decoration the Medal of Honor for his actions at the Battle of Trevilian Station. After his retirement from the U.S. Army in 1870, he wrote several books about military history.
Theophilus Bradbury was a U.S. Representative from Massachusetts. He graduated from Harvard College in 1757; taught school and studied law in Portland, Maine; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Portland in 1761; moved to Newburyport, Mass., in 1764 and continued the practice of law; member of the State senate 1791-1794; elected as a Federalist to the Fourth and Fifth Congresses and served from March 4, 1795, until July 24, 1797, when he resigned; appointed justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in 1797. He was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1798. Bradbury was a member of the electoral college in 1800.
Jonas Steur is a Belgian trance DJ and producer. He is known under several additional aliases, most notably Estuera, the name under which he released most of his music until 2005 when he began DJing and releasing music under his birth name Jonas Steur. His music has also been featured several different times on the popular In Search of Sunrise series.
Sebastiaan Steur is a Dutch former footballer who played as a striker. He formerly played for FC Volendam, SC Heerenveen, SBV Excelsior, Heracles Almelo and Spakenburg.
Stephanus Abraham "Stef" Blok is a Dutch politician serving as Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Third Rutte cabinet since 7 March 2018. He is a member of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD).
Gerard Adriaan "Ard" van der Steur is a retired Dutch politician of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and lawyer.
Theophilus Musa London is a Trinidadian-born American rapper and singer.
Adrianus (Ad) van der Steur was a Dutch architect and a member of a family of architects.
Ernst Nicolaas Herman Jansen,, later known as Ernst Jansen Steur, is a former Dutch neurologist, who garnered notoriety for misconduct and lost his license to practice medicine.
Steur is a Dutch surname. Steur is the Dutch word for sturgeon and the surname may be metonymic for a fisherman or may have referred to an address named "de steur" .. The surname Steurs, mostly limited to the Belgian provinces of Antwerp and Brabant, may have a different origin. People with the name include:
The Town of Thursday Island was a local government area in Queensland, Australia, based on Thursday Island.
"All Day" is a single by American recording artist Kanye West. It features American rapper Theophilus London, Canadian rapper Allan Kingdom, and English musician Paul McCartney. The song was produced by West and 10 others. The song initially leaked in August 2014 after being announced for release as a single by West and he premiered it on March 2, 2015 on Power 106 and Hot 97. The following day, the song was released for digital download and streaming through GOOD Music and Def Jam, though was never included on any album. It contains a sample of "Two Fingers" by McCartney and an interpolation from "Dance with Me" by Jamaican singer Noel Ellis. The song includes elements of industrial and drill music. The lyrics center around West boasting about being successful and winning in life, with certain lyrics being compared by him to the work of Jay-Z.
Adam Pecorari is a former racing driver. Pecorari won races in the USF2000 and later competed in the Atlantic Championship, IMSA Lites and other series.
The Judenberater or Judenreferenten, variously translated as Jewish advisers or Jewish experts, were Nazi SS officials who supervised anti-Jewish legislation and the deportations of Jews in the countries under their responsibility. Key architects of the Holocaust, most of them were under the direct command of Adolf Eichmann.
Events in the year 1945 in the Netherlands.
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