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Paul goes to Corinth and stays for how long?

18 months

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Where becomes a major center for Paul's ministry?

Corinth

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Where does Paul meet Pricilla and Aquila?

Corinth

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Where (most likely) does Paul begin his letter writing?

Corinth

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1 & 2 Thessalonians was written here

Corinth

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The culture of Corinth was fascinated with what?

Flesh & had its impact on the language

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Corinthianize

Is to commit to fornication

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Corinthian girl

A prostitue

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Paul comes to Corinth _____ and ______

Deflated and depressed

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The proconsulship of Gallio and the Gallio inscription helps us?

To date Paul's travels and writing of letters

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What are the 3 significant charges brought up against Paul

1. Saw Christianity as part of Judaism
2. Granted Christianity the rights and privileges of Judaism
3. Basically Paul's teaching is vindicated

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Who was beaten and possibly helps Paul write 1 Cor.

Sosthenes

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The last leg of Paul's 2nd missionary journey is wrapped up by

Sailing to Ephesus with Priscilla and Aquila. Then moves on to Caesarea>Jerusalem>Antioch>Galatia> Phrygia to visit and strengthen churches

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Apollos who only knew the baptism of John.

Described as a learned man with thorough knowledge of the scriptures. Taught by Pricilla and Aquila .

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Paul's 3rd missionary journey is where?

Ephesus

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1 of 3 ways the spirit is involved in Acts

1. Baptism of the Holy Spirit-- like on the day of Pentecost with the disciples and Cornelius and his household

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2 or 3 ways the spirit is involved

The gift of the Holy Spirit (acts 2:38 which is given to all believers who repent and are baptized)

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3 or 3 ways the Holy Spirit is involved in the book of Acts

3. Special gifts through laying on of hands

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3rd missionary journey:
Notice in the first few verses that Paul re-baptizes those who only knew the _____?

Baptism of John

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Paul spends 3 months where?

The synagogue

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After the synagogue where does Paul go for two years?

The lecture hall of tyrannus

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Paul's continued his letter writing in the lecture hall of tyrannus. What books were written?

1 Cor.
And possibly some of Galatians

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Another missionary pattern is established:

Paul stays out while others come in to listen/learn then take the good news back home

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Paul had influence over what world in Ephesus?

The world of magic

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7 sons of Secva

Burning of magic scrolls

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The spiritual world recognizes _____

Authority of Jesus and those in whom His spirit lives

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No person can stand against the ____ by themselves

Spirits

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Result was ?

That the name of Jesus was held in great honor

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What temple was one of the 7 wonders of the world

Artemis

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Riot caused by ______ who sold idols of ______

Demetrius, Artemis

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Artemis

Greek goddess of nature, the hint and helped women with fertility and child birth

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Paul's teaching is vindicated by _____?

The city clerk who disbands the riot for gathering without sufficient means

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Paul travels from Ephesus throughout Macedonia doing what?

Collecting money for the saints in Jerusalem

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When do the "We" sections begin again?

In Acts 20. Luke the author is back traveling with Paul.

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The story of Eutychus

In troas

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Paul's meeting with the elders in Ephesus
1 of 3

Acts 20:18-27
Paul's work and responsibilities as a minister

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Paul's meeting with the elders in Ephesus
2 of 3

Acts 20:28-32
Paul's admonition to the elders

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Paul's meeting with the elders in Ephesus
3 of 3

Paul's example to them on how to live and act

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Work/responsibility of the elder/bishop/shepherd

1. Keep watch
-over self & over folk
2. Overseers
3. Be shepherds
4. Be on your guard
5. Commit yourself to God's grace

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Acts 21: Paul continues to travel and arrives in Jerusalem

On a beach in Tyre

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Acts 21: when Paul
Is in Jerusalem who returns?

The prophet agabus

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The third major break in the book of Acts

Paul's defense of his ministry

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Problem of Jews hearing about Paul teaching to not do what?

Circumcised their children

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Paul was mobbed and beaten in the temple T or F?

True

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Mob listened until Paul mentioned what?

Being sent to the gentiles

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Defense in Greek is?

Apologia

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Apologetics

Study of arguments in favor of Christian faith

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Paul was saved by who?

The Roman commander and Paul's appeals to his Roman citizenship

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Importance of Roman citizenship

a. How received
b. Benefits of

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Who wrote the Corinthians with Paul

Sosthenes

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Who was Corinthians written to?

The church of God in Corinth

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Place and date of writing the Corinthians

Ephesus & 54-55AD

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Outline of Corinthians

A. Confronting a worldly church
1. Worldly values
2. Worldly living
3. Worldly assembles
B. Affirming life to come
C. Preparing for Paul's visit

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Problems in Corinth

Factions
Sexual immorality
Lack reverence
Misunderstanding over marriage
Misunderstanding over spiritual gifts

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Significance of Corinthians

Helps us to see the problems of a local church
We have more information about the actual conditions in the church at Corinth that any other NT church

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3 good things about Corinthians

1. It's practical
2. It treats problems
3. It offers hope for the afterlife

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Author of Ephesus

Paul in prison

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Possible recipient of Ephesus

Ephesus:
Omits at or in

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Circumstances and date of Ephesus

Paul was a prisoner for 2 years in caserera in the early 60s

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Ephesians connection to Colossians

Tychicus

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Outline of Colossians:

The redemption and reconciliation of all things in Christ
Instructions for a new life in Christ

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The author of Colossians

Paul

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Recipients of Colossians

The Holy and faithful brothers in Christ at colossae

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Circumstances and date of Colossians

Paul is a prisoner most likely is Rome date: early 60s

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Paul's in colossae connected to Ephesians and Philemon how?

Ephesians: Tychicus
Phil: onesimus

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Paul's relation to the Colossians

Without a doubt colossae was the least important church to which any epistle of Paul is addressed.

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Theme of Colossians

Christ is all

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Colossian heresy

1. He is supreme
2. He is the fullness of God
3. He is the foundation
4. He is our life line

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Paul's answer to the Colossians Hersey

Christ is all: he is the beginning and the end of Christian living

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Who's the author of Philemon

Paul

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Who is the recipient of Philemon

Philemon: A fellow worker of Paul

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Date of Philemon

60-61 AD

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Onesiumus means?

Useful

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What happened between Philemon and Onesimus

Onesimus ran away to Rome and Paul found him and converted him and then sent him back with a letter to Philemon

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Circular letter

A document or letter that is sent to a closed group of people with the intention of being widely circulated

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How Roman citizenship is received

Born to Roman parents
Freed from slavery by Roman master
Redeeming yourself

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Benefits of being a Roman citizen

Exempt from taxes
Right to trial, right to know that charges against you
Right to face accusers appeal
Right to appeal to Caesar