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The Missionary Journeys of Paul the Apostle
Religion and Theology
Pages 5 (1255 words)
The Missionary Journeys of Paul the Apostle Table of Contents Introduction 3 Paul’s Missionary Methods and Strategies 4 Paul’s Missionary Journeys 5 First Journey (48-49 AD) 5 Third Journey (53-57 AD) 6 Historical Social and Religious Context of Paul’s Missionary Journey 7 Conclusion 8 Bibliography 9 10 Introduction Apostle Paul was born in ca.
His conversion contributed considerably to the renaissance of Christ. Throughout his missionary journeys, he transformed religious beliefs and philosophy and founded churches all around the Mediterranean world. According to the Biblical background, it is viewed that there were three missionary journeys of Paul, approximately during 48-60 AD. Many Christian scholars believe that Paul walked on foot during his journeys through the city of Israel, Cyprus, Turkey, Syria, Greece and Italy. Paul’s missionary journeys cover northwest and the west of Jerusalem and the Mediterranean world of the Roman Empire1. The discussion henceforth reflects the strategies and methods used by Paul in his missionary journeys. Therefore, the discussion focuses on Paul’s three missionary journeys. Furthermore, the discussion also intends to present a brief understanding of the historical, religious and social contexts of his three journeys. Paul’s Missionary Methods and Strategies Paul practiced various strategies to spread the Christian faith to places he visited during his missionary journeys. According to Langston, Paul implemented a plan to evangelize the Roman world of Mediterranean, confirming three most significant centers for Judaism as Palestine, Alexandria and Babylon2. ...
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