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Ten Should-Be Famous Women of Early Christianity
Articleby Joshua J. Mark

Ten Should-Be Famous Women of Early Christianity

Women feature prominently in the gospels and Book of Acts of the Christian New Testament as supporters of Jesus' ministry. The most famous of these is Mary Magdalene, most likely an upper-class woman of means instead of the prostitute label...
Early Christianity
Articleby Rebecca Denova

Early Christianity

Emerging from a small sect of Judaism in the 1st century CE, early Christianity absorbed many of the shared religious, cultural, and intellectual traditions of the Greco-Roman world. In traditional histories of Western culture, the emergence...
THE APOSTLE PAUL'S CORINTH      BY IAN PAUL & STEPHEN TRAVIS     AN ON LOCATION GUIDE
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THE APOSTLE PAUL'S CORINTH BY IAN PAUL & STEPHEN TRAVIS AN ON LOCATION GUIDE

This is an extract/demonstration from a larger project.Please follow the link below to find out more. http://www.stjohnstimeline.co.uk/ note:some of our extracts loose sound but continue to play as a taster to further content
Lombards
Definitionby Joshua J. Mark

Lombards

The Lombards were a Germanic tribe that originated in Scandinavia and migrated to the region of Pannonia (roughly modern-day Hungary). Their migration is considered part of "The Wandering of the Nations" or "The Great Migration", which was...
Ananias Baptizes Saint Paul
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Ananias Baptizes Saint Paul

Ananias baptizes Paul the Apostle as depicted in a detail from a stained glass window in St Paul's church, Jericho in Oxford.
Women in the New Testament
Articleby Rebecca Denova

Women in the New Testament

Women in the New Testament are presented for the most part along the contours of both Jewish and Greco-Roman concepts of the social construction of gender roles. Women’s value to society was in their role in procreation. There are some exceptions...
Paul the Apostle
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Paul the Apostle

Russian Orthodox icon of the Apostle Paul, 18th century CE. Kizhi Monastery, Karelia, Russia.
Saints Peter and Paul, from a Catacomb Etching
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Saints Peter and Paul, from a Catacomb Etching

St. Peter and St. Paul etching containing a Chi-Rho
Apostle Paul Mosaic
Imageby Edgar Serrano

Apostle Paul Mosaic

Mosaic of Paul receiving the Macedonian Call, while at the ancient city of Alexandria Troas Acts of the Apostles 16:8-10 Berea, Greece
The Gospels
Definitionby Rebecca Denova

The Gospels

The New Testament contains four gospels attributed to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The four gospels are not biographies of Jesus, nor are they history as we define it. What each gospel attempted to do was write a theological explanation...
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