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    Junia in Easton's Bible Dictionary (Rom. 16:7), a Christian at Rome to whom Paul sends salutations along with Andronicus.

    Junia in Hitchcock's Bible Names youth

    Junia in Naves Topical Bible -A relative of Paul Ro 16:7

    Junia in Smiths Bible Dictionary (belonging to Juno), a Christian at Rome, mentioned by St. Paul as one of his kinsfolk and fellow prisoners, of note among the apostles, and in Christ before St. Paul. Ro 16:7 (A.D. 55).

    Junia in Wikipedia Junia or Junias was a first century Christian highly regarded and complimented by the Apostle Paul: Paul describes Junia as a relative, a fellow prisoner with Paul, and one who had become a follower of Jesus Christ before Paul's dramatic Damascus Road conversion. The phrase, "prominent among the apostles," leads many to the conclusion that she is the only woman apostle mentioned in the New Testament. It is generally assumed that Andronicus of Pannonia (Greek: Ανδρόνικος) was her husband. Both her gender and her apostleship are subjects of considerable debate. Understandably, this verse has received and continues to draw a great deal of attention in scholarly literature...

    Junia Scripture - Romans 16:7 Salute Andronicus and Junia, my kinsmen, and my fellowprisoners, who are of note among the apostles, who also were in Christ before me.