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As long as we are doing the work of the Lord God will always meet our needs. As long as we are pointing others to God, He will always see that you have plenty.

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PostSubject: A OUTLINE OF THE LIFE OF PAUL   A OUTLINE OF THE LIFE OF PAUL EmptyTue Dec 30, 2014 1:27 am

There are five main points (after his early life) that are major headings, providing the known dates that we can use as a framework for the rest of Paul’s life.

A OUTLINE OF THE LIFE OF PAUL

There is no more central figure to the story of the development of the early church than the apostle Paul. Information about Paul’s life, teachings, and travels are scattered throughout his letters. The book of Acts, written by Luke who was a companion of Paul, concentrates on biographical accounts of Peter (Acts 1–12) and Paul (Acts 13–28). Below is an outline of the chief events in Paul’s life. Dates are approximate, based on the text of the Bible and cross-referenced with secular history.

I. Paul’s Early Life
A. Paul’s birth in Tarsus (Acts 21:39).
B. Early training with Gamaliel at Jerusalem (Acts 22:3).
C. Persecution of the church.
1. Stoning of Stephen (Acts 7:57–8:1).
2. Zealous to persecute the church (Acts 8:3; 1 Corinthians 15:9).
3. Planned to carry persecution to Damascus (Acts 9:1–2).

II. Conversion of Paul (a.d. 36)
(Acts 9:1–19; Acts 22:4–16; Acts 26:12–20)

This date is calculated from references in Josephus to Aretas and the allusion in 2 Corinthians 11:32 where Paul mentions Aretas, who was king of Arabia when Paul escaped in a.d. 39.

A. a.d. 37–39: In Damascus and Arabia (Acts 9:17–22; Acts 26:19–20; Galatians 1:15–18)
B. a.d. 39: Escape from Damascus and first visit to Jerusalem (Galatians 1:15–18; Acts 9:23–26; 2 Corinthians 11:32–33)
C. a.d. 39–43 (4 or 5 years): In Tarsus, Cilicia, and Syria (Acts 9:29–30; Galatians 1:21–24)
D. a.d. 44: In Antioch with Barnabas (Acts 11:25–29)
E. a.d. 44: Mission to Jerusalem, taking assistance to the poor (Acts 11:27–30; 12:25)

III. Death of Herod Agrippa I (a.d. 44)

Josephus fixes the date of Herod’s death, mentioned in Acts 12:23, at a.d. 44.
A. a.d. 45–47: First Missionary Journey (Acts 13:1–3)
B. a.d. 48–49: Return to Antioch where they stay a “long time,” probably about two years (Acts 14:25–28)

IV. Third Journey of Paul to Jerusalem (a.d. 50)

Galatians 2:1 says that Paul went up to Jerusalem fourteen years after his conversion. The purpose of this visit was to settle an issue that had been raised by some Jewish Christians from Jerusalem in the church at Antioch. Paul met with the other apostles and elders to discuss the issue of circumcision of the Gentile Christians.

A. a.d. 51–54: Second Missionary Journey (Acts 15:36–41)
1. a.d. 52: 1 Thessalonians written at Corinth (1 Thessalonians 1:1; 3:6)
2. a.d. 53: 2 Thessalonians written at Corinth (2 Thessalonians 1:1)
B. a.d. 54–58: Third Missionary Journey (Acts 18:22–23)
1. a.d. 57 (Spring): 1 Corinthians written at Ephesus (1 Corinthians 16:Cool
2. a.d. 57 (Autumn): 2 Corinthians written in Macedonia
3. a.d. 57 (Winter): Galatians written at Corinth
4. a.d. 58 (Spring): Romans written at Corinth
C. a.d. 58: Return to Jerusalem (Acts 21:17–26)
D. a.d. 58: Paul arrested in the temple (Acts 21:27–23:11)
E. a.d. 58–60: Imprisonment at Caesarea (Acts 23:31–35)

V. Procuratorship of Felix (a.d. 60 or 61)

A. a.d. 60: Paul was a prisoner under Felix when Festus replaced Felix. Josephus, Tacitus, and Suetonius list this event in either a.d. 60 or 61
B. a.d. 60 (Autumn) – 61 (Spring): Journey to Rome (Acts 27:1–28:16)

VI. Arrival of Paul in Rome (Spring of a.d. 61 or 62)

Paul proceeded to Rome soon after Festus came to power. A detailed account of this voyage is recorded in Acts 27:1–28:15.

A. a.d. 61–63: First Roman Captivity (Acts 28:16–31)
1. Paul wrote Philemon.
2. Paul wrote Colossians.
3. Paul wrote Ephesians.
4. Paul wrote Philippians.
B. a.d. 63–67: Between the First and Second Roman Captivities*
1. a.d. 67: Paul wrote 1 Timothy in Macedonia (1 Timothy 1:3; 3:14–15)
2. a.d. 67: Titus written at Ephesus
C. a.d. 68: The Second Roman Captivity (2 Timothy 1:8; 2:8–9)
1. a.d. 68: Paul wrote 2 Timothy at Rome.
2. a.d. 68: Paul’s death, sometime after he wrote 2 Timothy, but before Nero dies a.d. June 9, 68 (2 Timothy 4:6)

* Luke ends his account at the first captivity in Rome. Scholars have long debated the events at the end of Paul’s life. The stronger opinion is that Paul was released from his captivity and continued his travels for four or five years. Then he was arrested and brought to Rome again; he either died in prison or was executed under Nero’s order.

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