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    Paul of Tarsus

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    Saul (later called Paul) of Tarsus Paul the Apostle, was a famous preacher of first century Christianity and was God’s tool used to spread the light of the gospel to the Gentiles. Paul is credited fir having written many books in the New Testament of the Bible. He was born an Israelite to a clan of the tribe of Benjamin, speaking the Aramaic and Hebrew tongues from infancy. He was an enthusiastic student and a stringent devotee of the Torah. He was the man that later had a peculiar meeting with

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    addition to being ever changing and evolving. (http://www.academia.edu/6386126/the_ways_in_which_the_four_characyeristics_of_religion_interact_to_create_a_dynamic_living_faith_tradition) It is thanks, in no small part to the significant figure of St. Paul of Tarsus and the foundation he laid for Christianity that has endured until today, as well as the message of Salvation through faith he preached. Another critical element of Christianity through the ages up to the current age of modern dynamism is Baptism

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    St Paul of Tarsus

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    Paul, a tent-maker, who was an educated Pharisee, spent many years in Jerusalem. Paul was on his way to Damascus to continue his mission of stamping out converts to the new Jewish sect of Christians where he then experienced a vision of the almighty Jesus, St Paul went onto describe the experience in Acts 9:1 – 9 (also Gal. 1:15–16). St Paul then began his path of being a missionary and also went onto write a large amount of the New Testament. Not all of St Paul’ were accepted throughout time as

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    St Paul Of Tarsus Essay

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    will explore how significant people such as St Paul of Tarsus have shaped Christianity so that adherents focus on the intention rather than the letter of the law, so as to obtain a contemplative outlook. As well as how Christian adherents across the breadth of the tradition respond to their baptismal commitment in daily life, and how adherents honour this commitment to God when responding to issues concerning environmental ethics. St Paul of Tarsus is a model for all Christians as he made Christianity

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    Apostle Paul

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    Christ. The apostle Paul, who once rejected Jesus Christ, later became one of the greatest men of God. In the history of the Christian church, he was the most significant missionary. He was faithful to the Lord and preached Jesus Christ and His crucifixion. Paul was a devoted missionary and he taught the gospel wherever he visited. This character study will focus on the life of Paul as a missionary and how he changed the course of world history. Lesson One: The Background of Paul I would like to

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    reformed their ideas to fit with those of Christianity. Paul of Tarsus (5 c. e. - 67 c. e) was considered the most important religious leader in the developing and spreading of Christian beliefs. For Paul to prove that Christianity is for all people, he wrote letters and epistles. The appeal of Paul’s letters to the Romans helped spread Christianity by setting a universal foundation to different communities all over Europe. The letters Paul wrote later became part of the New Testament of the Bible

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    answered no better than by the letters of both Lucius Annaeus Seneca, a stoic philosopher, and his contemporary, Paul the apostle. By considering their backgrounds, beliefs, and writings, one can draw one of two conclusions: either Paul was indeed greatly influenced by Stoic teachings or he was merely writing in the language common to his time. During the first century A.D., when Paul was writing and ministering, Stoicism was the most popular philosophical movement in the Roman Empire. The movement

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    The beginning of Christianity came with many questions of why and conversion of lifestyles that made Christianity what it is today. The conversions of these three religious figures are: Saul of Tarsus (Paul the Apostle) that hated Christians and had set out to seek and bring every Christian to public trail and execution. Augustine of Hippo (Aurelius Augustinus) was the Catholic bishop of Hippo in Northern Africa. A highly skilled writer and the first Christian Philosopher; he accomplished over a

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    Saul Of Tarsus Essay

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    To describe the life of Saul of Tarsus is to pursue the question: “How did this zealous Jew, Saul the Pharisee, who by his own admission had been an active persecutor, a hater, of the early Jesus-movement, suddenly emerge as a fervent follower of the risen Christ?”. For the sake of understanding, Paul’s life can be neatly separated into three distinct stages: his identity prior to his conversion experience, his conversion experience, and his life as a follower of Jesus. In the following pages, these

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    more of a life style because it was his passion and it was what he loved doing. Jesus was not the founder of Christianity as we know it today. Most of the New Testament doesn't even concern the historical Jesus while the main influence is the Apostle Paul and through the church he founded at Ephesus a Greek convert named John. Saul never met Jesus in the flesh, he only claimed some strange vision and proceeded to paganism the teachings of Jesus (who preached an enlightened form of Judaism), until he

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