Apollos (pronounced uh-pol´uhs) was a Jewish Christian from Alexandria who appears in the narrative of Acts (18:24–19:1) and is also mentioned in 1 Corinthians. According to Acts, he possessed great skills in Greek rhetoric and had already learned much about Jesus when he arrived in Ephesus and began speaking at the synagogue. His abilities soon brought him to the attention of the Christians Priscilla (Prisca) and Aquila, who gave him further instruction in the Christian faith (“he knew only the baptism of John”; 18:25). Apollos then left Ephesus to go to Corinth. While in Corinth, he became acquainted with Paul. When divisions arose in the church at Corinth, Apollos was admired by some Christians as an authority equal to Peter and Paul (1 Cor. 1:11–4:6). Brief mention of Apollos is made in Titus 3:13.