PART 1: In 33 BC, Mark Antony laid waste to Ephesus ahead of an important battle. By the time Paul got there, this once great city was still recovering.
PART 2: It was an economic hub, a melting pot, and a religiously pluralistic society. No, this is not a description of New York City or Los Angeles … this is Corinth. Learn more about the biblical city where Paul planted churches and preached the gospel.
PART 3: Paul’s travels once got derailed because of a dream he had of a man pleading for his help in Macedonia. Responding to this vision, he quickly set sail and landed in Philippi. Find out what happened next …
PART 4: Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle all did their best work in and around Athens, Greece—the center of the philosophical and cultural world. It’s also where Paul delivered one of his most famous sermons.
PART 5: What motivates you to do the right thing? When Paul wrote to Philemon on behalf of a former slave, he could have done it out of a sense of duty. Instead, he wrote on the basis of love.
PART 6: Some people claim Christianity, Judaism, and Islam are the same religion under different names. Paul’s letter to Thessalonica gets to the heart of what sets Christianity apart by proving that Jesus must be the one true Messiah.
PART 7: Rome wasn’t just a great city, it was a symbol of power and strength. A place where Caesars were treated like gods, it was a dangerous place for new Christians. It’s also where Paul knew he must ultimately take his ministry.
David Suchet: In the Footsteps of St. Paul (Preview)
Long fascinated by the apostle, David Suchet (actor from Agatha Christie’s Poirot and narrator for The Jesus Storybook Bible) takes a very personal quest, retracing the steps of a man believed to ha ...Learn More