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Title: BLUE RIVER BIBLE STUDY ON PAUL, PART 1
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Blog Entry: This is a copy and paste.  At the bottom (Part 2), I will post the Url, for the site.  This will conclude the Study on Apostle Paul. Here we go:   Timeline of the Apostle Paul Note: The chronology and dating of the events in Paul's life are still disputed among scholars. Year The Life of Paul   Books Written Historical Events AD 4                  Augustus adopts Tiberius and recognizes him as the successor c. 5 Born—an Israelite—in Tarsus of Cilicia ( Acts 22:3 ; Phil 3:5 )       A Roman citizen by birthright ( Acts 22:28 )       7       Judea becomes a Roman Imperial province 14       Census of Caesar and Tiberius       Lyvia poisons Augustus; Tiberius comes into power c.15-20 At the school of Gamaliel, Jerusalem ( Acts 22:3 )       26       Pilate begins serving as procurator of Judea 28       John the Baptist executed by Herod Antipas 30       Crucifixion of Christ 31(?) A Pharisee ( Phil 3:5 )       c. 32 Present at Stephen's stoning ( Acts 7:58 ; 8:1 )       c.33-34 Persecutor of the church ( Acts 8:1-3 ; Phil 3:6 )       34 Conversion on the Road to Damascus ( Acts 9:1-9 )       Goes to Damascus ( Acts 9:10-19 )       Travels to Arabia and remains there ( Gal 1:17 )       35       36     Imprisonment of Herod Agrippa 37       Returns to Damascus then exits the city for safety ( Gal 1:17 ; Acts 9:20-25 ; 2 Cor 11:32-33 )       Goes up to Jerusalem ( Acts 9:26-29 ; Gal 1:18 )     Caligula becomes emperor at the death of Tiberius Goes back to Tarsus for safety ( Acts 9:30 )       38       39     Herod Antipas deposed by Caligula and exiled to Gaul 40       41     Caligula murdered     Cladius declared emperor 42     Famine in Rome 43     Roman campaigns against Britain 44     Death of Herod Agrippa I 45       46       Barnabas travels to Tarsus in order to seek Saul ( Acts 11:25 )       47 Goes to Antioch with Barnabas teaching and many people ( Acts 11:26 )       Agabus prophesies a famine ( Acts 11:27, 28 )       Aid sent to Jerusalem through Barnabas and Saul ( Acts 11:29, 30 )       Barnabas and Saul return with John Mark ( Acts 12:25 )       Barnabas and Saul "separated" and sent out ( Acts 13:2, 3 )       They travel from Antioch to Seleucia, then to Cyprus ( Acts 13:4 )     48     While on Cyprus they go to Salamis and Paphos ( Acts 13:5-12 )     From Paphos they go to Perga of Pamphylia where John Mark departs for home ( Acts 13:13 )     Ministry in Antioch of Pisidia ( Acts 13:14-50 )     At Iconium ( Acts 13:51 - 14:6 )     Flees to Lystra and Derbe, preaching the gospel ( Acts 14:6-7 )     In Lystra Paul and Barnabas are mistaken for gods ( Acts 14:8-18 )     Stoned at Lystra, supposed to be dead, but re-enters the city ( Acts 14:19-20 )     Departs with Barnabas to Derbe, preaching the gospel ( Acts 14:20-21 )     They return to Lystra, Iconium, and Antioch to strengthen disciples and appoint elders ( Acts 14:21-24 )     From Pisidia they returned to Antioch of Syria and reported their journey to the church ( Acts 14:24-28 )     49 Goes up to the Jerusalem Council with Barnabas ( Acts 15:1-29 ; Galatians 2:1 )     Claudius expels Jews from Rome and blames it on Chrestus (a possible reference to Christ)