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According to Acts of the Apostles, Paul founded the church in Corinth ( Acts 18: 1 – 17 ), then spent approximately three years in Ephesus ( Acts 19: 8, 19: 10, 20: 31 ).
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According and Acts
According to the majority viewpoint, Acts describes Paul differently from how he describes himself, both factually and theologically.
According to Richard I. Pervo, " Townsend's methodologically adventurous but ultimately cautious essay is another valuable lesson in the danger of establishing the date of Acts – or any work – by arguing for the earliest possible time of origin.
According to Christian theologian Alister McGrath, the Jewish Christians affirmed every aspect of then contemporary Second Temple Judaism with the addition of the belief that Jesus was the messiah, with Isaiah 49: 6, " an explicit parallel to 42: 6 " quoted by Paul in Acts 13: 47 and reinterpreted by Justin the Martyr.
According to Acts, Paul spent better than two years in Ephesus and was emotionally attached to the believers there.
According to this theory, the revelation mentioned ( Gal 2: 2 ) corresponds with the prophecy of Agabus ( Acts 11: 27-28 ).
According to Ehrman, the Book of Acts tells a different story of Paul's career, but in this case it reports that, while there were " some " Jews converted during Paul's initial preaching in Thessalonica, the gentiles who were converted were " a large number " and the Jews as a body fiercely opposed Paul's work there.
In the last chapter of the Book of Acts, widely attributed to Luke, we find several accounts in the first person also affirming Luke's presence in Rome including Acts 28: 16: " And when we came to Rome ..." According to some accounts, Luke also contributed to authorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews.
:: According to Acts, Paul began working along the traditional Jewish line of proselytizing in the various synagogues where the proselytes of the gate
According to the Book of Acts in the New Testament, Peter declared in his sermon to the Jews that they should all be baptised.
According to the apocryphal Acts of Saint Callixtus, Asterius, a priest of Rome, recovered the body of Callixtus after it had been tossed into a well and buried Callixtus ' body at night.
According to the apocryphal Acts of Peter ( Vercelli Acts XXXV ), Peter is fleeing from likely crucifixion in Rome at the hands of the government, and along the road outside the city he meets a risen Jesus.
According to the Acts of the Apostles and Paul's Letter to the Galatians, he had contact with at least two of the named witnesses of the creed, James and Peter.
According to Acts 1, in the days following the Ascension of Jesus, to the assembled disciples, who numbered about one hundred and twenty, that they nominated two men to replace Judas: Joseph called Barsabbas ( also known as Justus ) and Matthias.
According to the book of Acts, contained in the Christian New Testament, when the Apostle Paul visited Athens, he saw an altar with an inscription dedicated to that god, and, when invited to speak to the Athenian elite at the Areopagus gave the following speech:
According to the Acts of the Apostles ( 1: 18-19 ) Judas " acquired a field with the reward of his unjust deed, and falling headfirst he burst open in the middle and all his intestines gushed out.
According to Howard-Marshall Acts may be recording the ( inaccurate ) story as told within Jerusalem.
According to the teachings of Messianic Judaism, in the earthly life of Jesus, the Holy Spirit was the dove at baptism ( Matt 3: 16 ) and the giver of tongues in Acts 2.
According to a website for Pendarvis ' movement, their objectives were to " remove oppressive Regulations ... and stop enforcement of Laws prohibiting Victimless Acts among Consenting Adults, such as Dueling, Gambling, Incest, Price-Gouging, Cannibalism, and Drug Handling.
According and Apostles
According to their teaching, a period of universal apostasy followed the death of the Twelve Apostles.
According to Jean Daniélou, this schema is inherited from a Judaeo-Christian esotericism, followed by the Apostles, which was only imparted orally to those Christians who could be trusted which such mysteries.
According to tradition, John and the other Apostles remained some 12 years in this first field of labor, until the persecution of Herod Agrippa I led to the scattering of the Apostles through the various provinces of the Roman Empire.
According to Irenaeus, the Judaistic Ebionites charged less than one hundred years after the Apostles that the Christians overruled the authority of Scripture by failing to keep the Mosaic Law ( see also Biblical law in Christianity ).
According to these Reformers, even as early as the Apostles a natural process of corruption began, and reached a crucial point of development when the Christian church was made the official religion of the Roman Empire by Theodosius I.
According to lore, among the treasures of the Greek church entrusted to Lawrence for safe-keeping was the Holy Chalice, the cup from which Jesus and the Apostles drank at the Last Supper.
According to them, after the death of the Apostles their simpler idea of God was lost and the doctrine of the Trinity took its place due to the Church's accommodation of pagan ideas.
According to these believers, Jesus and the Apostles taught that the New Birth experience includes repentance ( the true Sinner's Prayer ), and baptism in both water and God's Spirit.
According to the Chronicle of Edessa, Ibas erected the new church of the Apostles at Edessa, to which a senator gave a silver table of 720 lb.
According to tradition and as recorded in the Acts of the Apostles, the Church in Malta was founded by St. Paul in 70 CE, following his shipwreck on these Islands.
According to Epiphanius in his Panarion the 4th Century Nazarenes were originally Jewish converts of the Apostles who fled Jerusalem because of Jesus ' prophesy on its coming siege ( during the Great Jewish Revolt in 70 AD ).
According to in the Acts of the Apostles there were Persians, Parthians and Medes among the very first new Christian converts at Pentecost.
According to Orthodox tradition, Christianity was first preached in Georgia by the Apostles Simon and Andrew in the 1st century.
At Goldsmiths he was included in the Freeze Exhibition showing two wall text pieces, one simply showing the names Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, the other, The Last Supper Arranged According to the Flat Back Four Formation ( Jesus Christ in Goal ) showing the names of the Apostles arranged as different football team systems with Jesus in goal.
According to tradition, St. Thomas, one of the twelve Apostles of Jesus, landed at Kodungalloor, an ancient port on India's Malabar Coast, in the year 52.
According to various legends, during a persecution of early Christians, commonly placed in the year 42, Lazarus, his sisters Mary Magdalene and Martha, Mary Salome ( the mother of the Apostles John and James ), Mary Jacobe and Maximin were sent out to sea in a boat.
According to a universal tradition the first bishop of Jerusalem was Saint James the Just, the " brother of the Lord ," who according to Eusebius said that he was appointed bishop by the Apostles Peter, St. James ( whom Eusebius identifies with James, son of Zebedee ), and John.
According to Acts of the Apostles 1: 18 Judas took his money and bought a field, where he " fell " and died, which might or might not be hanging.