John 18:15 Commentary - Garner-Howes Baptist Commentary
PETER'S DENIAL V. 15-18
3) "That disciple was known unto the high priest," (ho de mathetes ekeinos hen gnostos to archierei) "Then the disciple , that one who was known to high priest," as the disciple that Jesus loved, Joh 21:20; Joh 21:24. It is believed to have been the apostle John, who seems to have owned a home and had considerable influence in Jerusalem, Act 4:13; Joh 19:27.
5) "Into the palace of the high priest." (eis ten aulen tou archiereos) "Into the court of the high priest," where the night-time arraignment was held, as described as follows:
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Garner-Howes Baptist Commentary
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