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In 57, upon completion of his third missionary journey, Paul arrived in Jerusalem for his fifth and final visit with a collection of money for the local community. Acts reports that he initially was warmly received. The author of Acts of the Apostles may have learned of Paul's conversion from the church in Jerusalem , or from the church in Antioch , or possibly from Paul himself. Bruce suggested that the "fourteen years" could be from Paul's conversion rather than from his first visit to Jerusalem. In Romans he states that his relatives, Andronicus and Junia , were Christians before he was and were prominent among the Apostles. Paul's conversion can be dated to 31β€”36 [45] [46] [47] by his reference to it in one of his letters. The couple followed Paul and his companions to Ephesus , and stayed there to start one of the strongest and most faithful churches at that time. And immediately he proclaimed Jesus in the synagogues, saying, "He is the Son of God. The Catholic Encyclopedia suggests that Paul won the argument, because "Paul's account of the incident leaves no doubt that Peter saw the justice of the rebuke". During these three days, Saul took no food or water and spent his time in prayer to God. Paul's narrative in Galatians states that 14 years after his conversion he went again to Jerusalem. Despite the agreement achieved at the Council of Jerusalem, Paul recounts how he later publicly confronted Peter in a dispute sometimes called the " Incident at Antioch ", over Peter's reluctance to share a meal with Gentile Christians in Antioch because they did not strictly adhere to Jewish customs. In his writings, Paul used the persecutions he endured to avow proximity and union with Jesus and as a validation of his teaching. In Philippi , Paul cast a spirit of divination out of a servant girl, whose masters were then unhappy about the loss of income her soothsaying provided. Paul and Barnabas go on to Pisidian Antioch. Around 50β€”52, Paul spent 18 months in Corinth. According to the Book of Acts, he was a Roman citizen. Michael White 's From Jesus to Christianity draws the opposite conclusion: "The blowup with Peter was a total failure of political bravado, and Paul soon left Antioch as persona non grata , never again to return". Pauline authorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews is not asserted in the Epistle itself and was already doubted in the 2nd and 3rd centuries. Paul continued from Athens to Corinth. At that time almost the whole city gathered. Acts quotes Paul referring to his family by saying he was "a Pharisee, born of Pharisees". The author Luke indicates that the names were interchangeable: "Saul, who also is called Paul. Both the Jews and the " God-fearing " Gentiles invited them to talk more next Sabbath. The leaders invite them to speak. John Mark leaves them and returns to Jerusalem. On their trip around the Mediterranean Sea, Paul and his companion Barnabas stopped in Antioch where they had a sharp argument about taking John Mark with them on their trips. It has been popularly assumed that Saul's name was changed when he became a follower of Jesus Christ, but that is not the case. According to Acts, Paul began his third missionary journey by travelling all around the region of Galatia and Phrygia to strengthen, teach and rebuke the believers. The book of Acts recounts more information but leaves several parts of Paul's life out of its narrative, such as his probable but undocumented execution in Rome. He was from a devout Jewish family [31] based in the city of Tarsus , [17] one of the largest trade centers on the Mediterranean coast. According to Charles Woods' studies of Albania from , when St. Thirteen of the twenty-seven books in the New Testament have traditionally been attributed to Paul. Paul finished his trip with a stop in Caesarea , where he and his companions stayed with Philip the Evangelist before finally arriving at Jerusalem. Paul and his companions, Silas and Timothy, had plans to journey to the southwest portion of Asia Minor to preach the gospel but during the night, Paul had a vision of a man of Macedonia standing and begging him to go to Macedonia to help them. After a miraculous earthquake, the gates of the prison fell apart and Paul and Silas could have escaped but remained; this event led to the conversion of the jailor. The family had a history of religious piety. In Galatians Paul writes that God "was pleased to reveal his son to me. Paul then traveled to Ephesus , an important center of early Christianity , and stayed there for almost three years, probably working there as a tentmaker, [Acts ] as he had done when he stayed in Corinth. How is it, then, that you force Gentiles to follow Jewish customs? Gallio Inscription. Paul asserted that he received the Gospel not from man, but directly by "the revelation of Jesus Christ". He introduces Jesus as a descendant of David brought to Israel by God. Although we know from his biography and from Acts that Paul could and did speak Hebrew , [17] modern scholarship suggests that Koine Greek was his first language. While he was still fairly young, he was sent to Jerusalem to receive his education at the school of Gamaliel , [Acts ] [33] one of the most noted rabbis in history. It was renowned for its university. Paul reviews Israelite history from life in Egypt to King David. However, Acts goes on to recount how Paul was warned by James and the elders that he was gaining a reputation for being against the Law , saying "they have been told about you that you teach all the Jews who are among the Gentiles to forsake Moses, telling them not to circumcise their children or walk according to our customs". He recounts the story of Jesus' death and resurrection. The final outcome of the incident remains uncertain. Today, Paul's epistles continue to be vital roots of the theology, worship and pastoral life in the Latin and Protestant traditions of the West , as well as the Eastern Catholic and Orthodox traditions of the East. The book of Acts said that John Mark had left them in a previous trip and gone home. When a famine occurred in Judea , around 45β€”46, [60] Paul and Barnabas journeyed to Jerusalem to deliver financial support from the Antioch community. Adopting his Roman name was typical of Paul's missionary style. On Sabbath they go to the synagogue. The two main sources of information by which we have access to the earliest segments of Paul's career are the Bible's Book of Acts and the autobiographical elements of Paul's letters to the early Christian communities. His method was to put people at their ease and to approach them with his message in a language and style to which they could relate, as in 1 Cor β€” The main source for information about Paul's life is the material found in his epistles and in Acts. The primary source account of the Incident at Antioch is Paul's letter to the Galatians. Writing later of the incident, Paul recounts, "I opposed [Peter] to his face, because he was clearly in the wrong", and says he told Peter, "You are a Jew, yet you live like a Gentile and not like a Jew. When Ananias of Damascus arrived, he laid his hands on him and said: "Brother Saul, the Lord, [even] Jesus, that appeared unto thee in the way as thou camest, hath sent me, that thou mightest receive thy sight, and be filled with the Holy Ghost. Jesus called him "Saul, Saul" [Acts ; ; ] in "the Hebrew tongue" in the book of Acts, when he had the vision which led to his conversion on the Road to Damascus. He is claimed to have performed numerous miracles , healing people and casting out demons, and he apparently organized missionary activity in other regions. Although modern scholarship agrees that Paul was educated under the supervision of Gamaliel in Jerusalem, [33] he was not preparing to become a rabbi and probably never had any contact with the Hillelite school. In Raymond Brown's An Introduction to the New Testament , a chronology of events in Paul's life is presented, illustrated from later 20th century writings of biblical scholars. There he met James and stayed with Simon Peter for 15 days. The exact duration of Paul's stay in Antioch is unknown, with estimates ranging from nine months to as long as eight years. It was in Antioch that the followers of Jesus were first called "Christians". This upset some influential Jews who spoke against them. After seeing the vision, Paul and his companions left for Macedonia to preach the gospel to them. And has he not come here for this purpose, to bring them bound before the chief priests? They sail to Perga in Pamphylia. After his conversion, Paul went to Damascus , where Acts 9 states he was healed of his blindness and baptized by Ananias of Damascus. Among the writings of the early Christians, Pope Clement I said that Paul was "Herald of the Gospel of Christ in the West", and that "he had gone to the extremity of the west". Paul left for his second missionary journey from Jerusalem, in late Autumn 49, [74] after the meeting of the Council of Jerusalem where the circumcision question was debated. The reference in Acts to Proconsul Gallio helps ascertain this date cf. According to Timo Eskola, early Christian theology and discourse was influenced by the Jewish Merkabah tradition. He was struck blind, but after three days his sight was restored by Ananias of Damascus and Paul began to preach that Jesus of Nazareth is the Jewish Messiah and the Son of God. The first journey, [Acts 13β€”14] for which Paul and Barnabas were commissioned by the Antioch community, [62] and led initially by Barnabas, [note 6] took Barnabas and Paul from Antioch to Cyprus then into southern Asia Minor Anatolia , and finally returning to Antioch. The account says that "He fell to the ground and heard a voice saying to him, 'Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me? Antioch served as a major Christian homebase for Paul's early missionary activities, [5] and he remained there for "a long time with the disciples" [Acts ] at the conclusion of his first journey. He said that his team came to town to bring the message of salvation. Paul used the occasion to announce a change in his mission which from then on would be to the Gentiles. In Cyprus, Paul rebukes and blinds Elymas the magician [Acts β€”12] who was criticizing their teachings. According to the account in Acts β€”22 , he was blinded for three days and had to be led into Damascus by the hand. Paul underwent a purification ritual to give the Jews no grounds to bring accusations against him for not following their law.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}According to the New Testament book Acts of the Apostles often simply called Acts , Paul persecuted some of the early disciples of Jesus, possibly Hellenised diaspora Jews converted to Christianity, [10] in the area of Jerusalem prior to his conversion. He quotes from the Septuagint [63] to assert that Jesus was the promised Christos who brought them forgiveness for their sins. The Jerusalem meetings are mentioned in Acts, and also in Paul's letters. In Lystra, they met Timothy , a disciple who was spoken well of, and decided to take him with them. In 52, departing from Corinth, Paul stopped at the nearby village of Cenchreae to have his hair cut off, because of a vow he had earlier taken. Paul confesses that prior to his conversion [Gal. This table is adapted from White, From Jesus to Christianity. Paul referred to himself as being "of the stock of Israel, of the tribe of Benjamin , a Hebrew of the Hebrews; as touching the law, a Pharisee ". Acts The author of Acts arranges Paul's travels into three separate journeys. In Romans Paul wrote that he visited Illyricum , but he may have meant what would now be called Illyria Graeca , [81] which was at that time a division of the Roman province of Macedonia. According to the account in Acts , it took place on the road to Damascus, where he reported having experienced a vision of the ascended Jesus. Conversely, Timothy Churchill has argued that Paul's Damascus road encounter does not fit the pattern of Merkabah.