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  1. Paul’s Life • Family • Born in Tarsus 5 BC • A Benjamite • A Pharisee • A Roman citizen and son • of a Roman citizen • E. Sister lived in Jerusalem • F. Helped by a nephew • Education • Learned tentmaking • Trained by Gamaliel 15 AD • A persecutor • Present at Stephen’s execution 32 AD • Authorized by the High Priest • Zealous for the Law • Conversion 34 AD • A. On way to Damascus

  2. B. Jesus appeared to him • C. Was blinded • D. Fasted and prayed in Damascus • E. Ananias visited him • F. Was baptized • Early ministry • A. Preached in Damascus • B. To Arabia • C. Back to Damascus 37 AD • D. Escaped in basket • E. First Jerusalem visit • F. Supported by Barnabas • G. Persecuted by Jews • H. To Tarsus [probably in response to vision] • I. Barnabas brought him to Antioch 47 AD • J. Second visit to Jerusalem for famine • K. Member of prophets and teachers • L. Called by Spirit to missions

  3. 6. First Missionary Journey 48 AD • A. Cyprus • B. Proconsul converted • C. Name changed • D. Assumed leadership • E. Perga • F. Lystra • G. Return to Antioch • H. Galatians • Third visit to Jerusalem (Council) 49 AD • Second Missionary Journey • Dispute with Barnabas • Lystra • Troas • Philippi • Athens • Thessalonians

  4. Corinth 51 AD • Fourth visit to Jerusalem • Antioch • 9. Third Missionary Journey 53 AD • A. Ephesus • B. Corinthians • C. Greece • D. Romans • E. Miletus • F. Caesarea • 10.Jerusalem 57 AD • A. In Temple • B. Seized by Jews & rescued by Romans • C. Trial before Sanhedrin • D. Assassination plot • 11.Caesarea • Felix • 2 years of imprisonment

  5. Festus 59 AD • Agrippa and Bernice • 12.Voyage to Rome 60 AD • A. Warning • B. Storm • C. Vision • D. Shipwreck • E. Malta • 13.First Roman Imprisonment • A. House arrest • B. Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon • C. End of Acts • 14.Release and Ministry 62 AD • Neaplois • 1 Timothy and Titus • Spain • 15.Second Roman Imprisonment 66 AD • 2 Timothy Execution