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Chronological Table of the Apostle Paul's Life
A. D. 36
Conversion of Saul of Tarsus (
A. D. 36-39
At Damascus—preaches in the synagogue—goes into Arabia—returns to Damascus—flight from Damascus.
His first visit to Jerusalem, three years after his conversion.
Thence to Tarsus. (
Acts 9:23-26; Gal. 1:18
A. D. 39, 40
Rest of the Jewish churches (
A. D. 40-43
Paul preaches the gospel in Syria and Cilicia (
A period of uncertain length. During this time he probably undergoes the chief part of the perils and sufferings which he recounts to the Corinthians (
2 Cor. 11
He is brought from Tarsus to Antioch by Barnabas, and stays there a year before the famine (
A. D. 44
Paul's second visit to Jerusalem, with the collection (
A. D. 45
Paul returns to Antioch (
A. D. 46-49
Paul's first missionary journey with Barnabas—goes to Cyprus, Antioch in Pisidia, Iconium, Lystra, Derbe, and back through the same places to Antioch.
They remain a long time in Antioch.
Dissension and disputation about circumcision. (
Acts 13, 14, 15:1,2
A. D. 50
Paul's third visit to Jerusalem with Barnabas, fourteen years after his conversion (
They attend the council at Jerusalem (
Return of Paul and Barnabas to Antioch, with Judas and Silas (
A. D. 51
Paul's second missionary journey, with Silas and Timothy.
He goes from Antioch to Syria, Cilicia, Derbe, Lystra, Phrygia, Galatia, Troas. Luke joins the apostolic band (
A. D. 52
Entrance of the gospel into Europe (
Paul visits Philippi, Thessalonica, Berea, Athens, Corinth.
Spends a year and six months at Corinth (
First Epistle to the Thessalonians written.
A. D. 53
Second Epistle to the Thessalonians written.
Paul leaves Corinth and sails to Ephesus (
Acts 18:18, 19
A. D. 54
Paul's fourth visit to Jerusalem, at the feast.
Returns to Antioch.
A. D. 54-56
Paul's third missionary journey.
He departs from Antioch—visits Galatia, Phrygia, and reaches Ephesus, where he stays two years and three months. Here Paul separates the disciples from the Jewish synagogue (
Acts 19:8, 10
Epistle to the Galatians written.
A. D. 57
[Spring] First Epistle to the Corinthians written. The tumult at Ephesus—Paul leaves for Macedonia (
Acts 19:23; 20:1
[Autumn] Second Epistle to the Corinthians written (
2 Cor. 1:8, 2:13-14, 7:5, 8:1, 9:1
Paul visits Illyricum—goes to Corinth—winters there (
Rom. 15:19; 1 Cor. 16:6
A. D. 58
[Spring] The Epistle to the Romans written (
Rom. 15:25-28, 16:21-23; Acts 20:4
Paul leaves Corinth—passes through Macedonia—sails from Philippi-preaches at Troas-addresses the elders at Miletus-visits Tire and Caesarea (
Acts 20, 21:1-14
A. D. 58-60
Paul's fifth visit to Jerusalem, before Pentecost. He is arrested in the temple—brought before Ananias and the Sanhedrim—sent by Lysias to Caesarea, where he is kept in bonds two years.
A. D. 60
Paul heard by Felix and Festus. He appeals unto Caesar -preaches before Agrippa, Bernice, and the men of Caesarea.
[Autumn] Paul sails for Italy.
[Winter] Shipwrecked at Malta (
A. D. 61
[Spring] Arrives at Rome—dwells two years in his own hired house (
A. D. 62
[Spring] Epistles to Philemon, Colossians, and Ephesians written.
[Autumn] Epistle to the Philippians written.
A. D. 63
[Spring] Paul acquitted and released.
Epistle to the Hebrews written.
Paul takes another journey, intending to visit Asia Minor and Greece (
Philem. 1:22; Phil. 2:24
A. D. 64
Visits Crete and leaves Titus there—exhorts Timothy to abide at Ephesus.
First Epistle to Timothy written.
Epistle to Titus written.
A. D. 64-67
Intends to winter at Nicopolis (
Visits Troas, Corinth, Miletum (
2 Tim. 4:13, 20
Paul arrested and sent to Rome.
Deserted and solitary—having only Luke, of his old associates, with him.
Second Epistle to Timothy written, probably not long before his death. These journeys and events are generally supposed to cover a period of about three years.
A. D. 67
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