PAUL: APOSTLE TO THE NATIONS (March 1)
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What historical relevance has the city where Pablo was born? How important is the province to which it belonged to? The Manumission, types of Roman citizenship and the uniqueness of the one acquired by Saul. Was the apostle a Skenopoios? Was Gamaliel something more than a rabbi. Paul, a Pharisee, son of Pharisees.
Flavius Josephus, and the sources of rabbinical origin (the Mishna - the Tosefta and the Talmudes. The vicissitudes of the apostle's voyages (the Mansio - the Cauponas). The ships and types of navigation in the 1st century.
Ephesus, great theater or Roman circus? This tour presents a fascinating account of the apostle to the nations, from a historical point of view, not doctrinal. An analysis of the realities that Paul faced, resorting to the laws that governed then, records and archives of that time.
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