Demas in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE
de'-mas (Demas, "popular"): According to Col 4:14; 2 Tim 4:10;
Philem 1:24, one who was for a time a "fellow-worker" with
Paul at Rome (Col, Philem), but at last, "having loved this
present world," forsook the apostle and betook himself to
Thessalonica (2 Tim). No other particulars are given
See APOSTASY; DEMETRIUS.
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