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I Was Blind . . .

Saul was a Jew, originally from the Turkish town of Tarsus, and several years younger than Jesus (251).  He was raised as a devout Pharisee — a scholarly & rule-bound Jewish denomination. 233 more words

Cappadocia continued

After Ian’s birthday we spent three more days trekking in Cappadocia, and saw more fantastic scenery.

Friday 20 May

We left Ortahisar, and walked on to Çavuşin – our luggage going ahead by road as usual.  1,168 more words

Gap Adventure

Saul of Tarsus: New Publication

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Last Days

Paul v/s the Apostles in Jerusalem

According to Paul (Galatians 1:18), who is supported by Luke’s account in Acts 9, Paul was preaching Christ in Damascus and vicinity for a full three years before he ever met with any of the Apostles at Jerusalem! 887 more words

Paul

Paul: The Thirteenth Apostle?

Trying to accurately define the office of an apostle and to make an absolutely definitive statement relative to who fits into this category can be a somewhat arduous task. 3,099 more words

Tarsus — A Very Unusual Roman Building

Very few tour groups have a chance to visit Tarsus and if they do, they typically visit only the excavations in the center of town ( 358 more words

Archaeology

Tarsus — Birth Place of Saul/Paul

Tarsus was the birthplace of Paul the apostle(Acts 22:3). It is located at the northeastern corner of the Mediterranean Sea, about 9.5 mi. inland along the Cydnus River. 233 more words

Places In Turkey