Book Characters for RPC

Characters within the books in RPC's library

Summary: 1,061 Characters.

Aaron, brother of Moses

Aaron, the Levite, older brother of Moses

Abaddon, angel of the Abyss "Apollyon" "Destruction"

Abba "God the Father"

Abednego, of the fiery furnace

Abednego, of the fiery furnace "Azariah"

Abel, son of Adam and Eve, killed by Cain

Abigail Williams

Abraham, father of Issac, husband of Sarai "Abram"

Abraham, son of Terah, father of Issac, husband of Sarai, lived 175 years "Abram"

Adam

Adam, father of Cain, Abel

Adam, father of Cain, Abel, Seth, he lived 930 years

Adeodatus

Adolf Hitler

Adrienne de Lafayette

Agabus

Agabus, prophet from Jerusalem

Agatho, Pope

Agur, son of Jakeh

Ahab, King of Israel 874-853

Ahab, King of Israel, 874-853

Albert Camus

Albert Lacombe

Albert Lewis

Albert the Great

Albertus Magnus

Albertus Magnus "Albert of Cologne", 1193-1280

Aldfrith, King of Northumbria

Alessandro Serenelli

Alexander MacColgie Gibbs

Alexander of Alexandria, Pope of Alexandria

Alexander VI, Pope

Alexander, the smith

Alice More

Alphonse Frankenstein

Alphonsus Liguori

Alypius

The Ambrosiaster

Ambrosius Aurelianus

Amos, writer of one of prophetic books in the Bible

Amphilochius, c. 340/345–c. 394/403

Ananias of Damascus

Ananias son of Nedebeus [High Priest 47 to 52]

Ananias, husband of Sapphira

Ananias, husband of Sapphira, struck dead for lying to God

Ananias, of Damascus, high priest

Ancient of Days, God

Andrew, the Apostle, Simon Peter's brother

Andrew, the Apostle, Simon Peter's brother, crucified

Angel of the Lord, God

Ann Putnam

Anna, daughter of Phanuel, prophetess, saw the baby Jesus

Annas, high priest, questioned Jesus

Anne Boleyn

Anselm of Canterbury

Anselm of Canterbury, 1033-1109

Anthony Babington

Anthony of Padua

Anthony the Great

Antichrist

Antichrist, one who puts himself in place of Christ

Antipas

Antipas of Pergamum, martyr

Antipas, martyr

Antoinette de Bourbon

Antonia Kaeso

Antonius Felix

Antony Kaeso

Apelles, perhaps persecuted for being a Christian

Aphrahat or Aphraates, the Persian

Apollos

Apollos, of Alexandria

Appius Kaeso

Aquila, husband of Pricilla

Aquila, husband of Priscilla

Aquila, of Corinth, husband of Pricilla

Aquinas, Thomas, 1225-1274

Archelaus, king over Judea and Samaria, son of Herod the Great

Archippus, fellow worker with Paul

Aristarchus of Thessalonica

Aristarchus, early Christian disciple

Aristide Valentin

Aristides

Aristotle, 384-322

Arius

Arius Didymus, 250/256-336

Arnobius

Asaph, psalmist

Assunta Goretti

Asyncritus, Roman Christian friend of Paul

Athanasius

Athanasius I The Great, Pope of Alexandria

Athanasius of Alexandria

Athanasius, c. 296-373

Athenagoras of Athens

Augustine of Canterbury

Augustine of Hippo

Augustine of Hippo, 354-430

Augustus Caesar, Roman Emperor, 27 BC-14 AD

Augustus Caesar, Roman empire's first Emperor

Augustus Caesar, Roman empire's first Emperor, 27 BC-14 AD

Azog

Baal, god of Asia Minor

Baasha, King of Israel, 908-886

Balaam's Donkey

Balin

Barabbas, criminal released instead of Jesus

Bard the Bowman

Barnabas

Barnabas, a Levite from Cyprus "also named Joseph"

Bartholomew, the Apostle "Nathaniel"

Bartolomeo Vanzetti

Baruch son of Neriah, Jeremiah's scribe

Basil

Basil Hume

Basil of Caesarea

Basil of Caesarea or Basil the Great

Basil the Great, 329-379

Bathsheba, wife of Uriah, David's great sin

Bede or The Venerable Bede

Beelzebub, prince of demons

Beelzebub, prince of demons "Beelzebul"

Bel, god of Babylon "Marduk"

Belladonna Baggins

The Beloved Disciple

Benedict Biscop

Benedict of Nursia

Benedict XV, Pope

Benedict XVI, Pope

Benjamin, son of Jacob and Rachel, brother of Joseph

Benjamin, son of Jacob, brother of Joseph

Beorn

Bereans, known to search the Scriptures

Bereans, searched the Scriptures

Bernadette Soubirous

Bernard of Clairvaux

Bert the troll

Bertrand Russell

Betty Parris

Bifur

Bilbo Baggins

Bishop

Blaise Pascal

Blessed Virgin Mary

Boaz, husband of Ruth

Boethius

Bofur

Bolg

Bombur

Bonaventure

Bottom

Brendan the Navigator

Bronze Snake

Bronze Snake "Nehushtan"

Brother Lawrence

Bruce Wilkinson

Bungo Baggins

C. S. Lewis

Caelestius

Caesar, Roman Emperor "Caesar Augustus"

Caesar, Roman Emperor "Tiberius Caesar Augustus"

Caiaphas, high priest who plotted against Jesus

Cain, son of Adam and Eve, killed his brother Abel

Caleb, son of Jephunneh

Caligula, c. 12-41

Canaan, grandson of Noah

Carc

Cardinal Richelieu

Carpus, Paul left his cloak, book and parchments with him in Troas

Catherine of Aragon

Catherine of Genoa

Catherine of Siena

Celestine I, Pope

Ceolfrid, Abbot of Jarrow

Cephas "Simon Peter"

Cephas, Simon, son of John "Peter"

Cesare Borgia

Charles Darwin [Charles Robert: 1809-1882]

Charles Dickens

Charles Fortnum

Charles Kingsley

Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor

Charles VII, King of France

Charles Williams

Cherubim, angels

Chrysostom, John, ca. 345-407

Clara

Clare of Assisi

Claude Lévi-Strauss

Claudius Marius Victorius

Claudius, Emperor "Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus 1"

Clement of Alexandria

Clement or Clemens I or Clement of Rome, Pope

Clement or Clemens VII, Pope

Cobweb

Constantine the Great

Constantine XI Paleologus

Cornelia Connelly

Cornelius, Pope

Cornelius, the centurion, of Caesarea, converted Gentile

Coventry Patmore

Creator "God" "Lord"

Cresacre More

Crescens, companion of Paul

Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658

Cuthbert Tunstall, Bishop of Durham

Cyprian, Thaschus Cæcilius, 200-258

Cyril of Alexandria, Patriarch

Cyril of Jerusalem

Cyrus II, c. 600–530 BC, King of Persia "Cyrus the Great"

Cyrus II, King of Persia

Dag Hammarskjöld

Damasus I or Damasus of Rome, Pope

Damien de Veuster

Dan, son of Jacob

Dan, son of Jacob and maidservant Bilhah

Daniel, the Prophet, survived the lion's den

Dante Alighieri

Darlene Wilkinson

David

David Beaton, Archbishop of Glasgow

David Riccio

David, King of Israel

David, King of Israel, son of Jesse

Davy Vanauken

Deborah, the prophet, one of judges in the Bible

Deborra

Decius, Emperor of Rome

Delilah, Samson's demise

Demas, companion of Paul

Demetrius

Descartes, René, 1596-1650

Desiderius Erasmus

Diana Gallus

Diana, cult goddess "Artemis"

Didymus the Blind

Diocletian

Diognetus

Dionysius I The Great, Pope of Alexandria

Dionysius of Corinth

Dionysius the Areopagite

Dionysius, Pope

Dionysius, the Areopagite

Dominic de Guzman

Dorcas, Peter raised from the dead "Tabitha"

Dori

Dorothy Day

Dr. Bull

Duns Scotus, John, ca. 1265-ca. 1308