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Jason of Thessalonica was a Jewish convert and early Christian believer mentioned in the New Testament in Acts and Romans According to tradition, Jason is numbered among the Seventy Disciples.
Jason is venerated as a saint in Catholic and Orthodox traditions. His feast is celebrated on the 3rd of Pashons in the Coptic Orthodox Church. Finally, he is commemorated on January 4 among the Seventy Apostles. In Acts 17 his house in Thessalonica was used as a refuge by the apostles Paul , Silas , and Timothy. Non-believing Jews in Thessalonica stirred up a riot and Jason was arrested when the city authorities could not locate Paul nor Silas, and was made to post bail.
However, most scholars understand Paul's use of "countryman" here and elsewhere to mean "fellow Jew". Both references to Jason point 'very probably'  to the same person.
The literary source hagiographic legend of the life of Jason and Sosipater was newly edited and translated by B.
With the apostle Sosipater he traveled to the island of Corfu , where they built a church in honor of the Apostle Stephen the Protomartyr and converted many pagans to the Christian faith. Seeing this, the king of Corfu threw them into prison where they converted seven other prisoners to the Christian faith: Saturninus, Jakischolus, Faustianus, Januarius, Marsalius, Euphrasius and Mammius. The king had those seven put to death for their faith in boiling pitch.