Journeys of Paul REL3034.E1

Assignment Two

Read Acts 11:22-30; then 12:25 -14:28. Also read Bruce, pages 126-147, and 160-172. Consult a map of Paul’s First Missionary Journey and memorize the key cities in order.

Then answer the following questions (four pages).

1. What is significant about the city of Antioch in Syria?
2. Describe the leadership of the church that emerged in Antioch, and explain how Barnabas and Paul came to be missionaries?
3. Who was John Mark? Tell everything you can discover about him.
4. Summarize their encounter with bar-Jesus on Cyprus.
5. Summarize Paul’s sermon in the synagogue of Pisidian Antioch.
6. Explain what happened in Lystra. Who opposed Paul, and how did it end?
7. When arriving in a new city, Paul typically began by visiting the local Jewish synagogue and preaching there. Explain why he would do that.Paul
Apostle of the Heat Set Free

‘Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there the heart is free’

(2 Corinthians 3:17, Basic English Version)

F. F. Bruce


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bearing in mind T. R. Glover’s comment on a Roman Emperor’s
condemnation of the Apostle to the Gentiles—that the day was
to come when men would call their dogs Nero and their sons




1. The Rise of Rome
2. The Jews under Foreign Rule
3. “Of No Mean City”
4. “This Man is a Roman Citizen”
5. “A Hebrew Born of Hebrews”
6. “When the Time had Fully Come”
7. The Beginning of “The Way”
8. Persecutor of the Church
9. Paul Becomes a Christian
10. Paul and the Jerusalem Tradition
11. Paul and the Historical Jesus
12. Paul and the Exalted Christ
13. Paul and the Hellenistic Mission
14. Man of Vision and Man of Action
15. Conference in Jerusalem
16. Church Extension in Cyprus and Asia Minor
17. The Gentile Problem
18. “What the Law could not do”
19. Flesh and Spirit
20. Antioch to Philippi
21. Christianity in Thessalonica
22. Paul and the Athenians
23. The Church of God at Corinth
24. Corinthian Correspondence
25. Baptism and the Lord’s Supper in Pauline Thought
26. Ephesus: Open Door and Many Adversaries
27. Paul and the Life to Come
28. Farewell to Macedonia and Achaia

29. The Gospel according to Paul
30. Last Visit to Jerusalem
31. Caesarea and the Appeal to Caesar
32. “And So We Came to Rome”
33. Paul and Roman Christianity
34. The Letter to Philemon
35. Principalities and Powers
36. The Quintessence of Paulinism
37. The Last Days of Paul: History and Tradition
38. Concluding Reflections

Chronological Table
Select Bibliography
Index of People, Places and Writings
Index of Subjects
Index of Reference

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