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Acts 8:1,3 - http://bible.oremus.org/?ql=174167034
Galatians 1:13-24 - http://bible.oremus.org/?ql=174172767
Acts 9:26-27 - http://bible.oremus.org/?ql=174168502
Galatians 2:1-14 - http://bible.oremus.org/?ql=174169266
5. The New Testament as History, Introduction to New Testament (RLST 152) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQaOlx...
Acts 7:58 - first mention of Saul as present at stoning of Stephen in Jerusalem
Acts 8:1,3 - Saul introduced as intense persecutor of Jerusalem church
Acts 9:1-6 - Saul leaves Jerusalem, accosted on road to Damascus
Acts 9:8-9 - brought blind into Damascus, stayed for three days while blind
Acts 9:19-20 - after having sight restored, stayed for several days with other disciples and IMMEDIATELY began to proclaim Jesus in synagogues
Acts 9:22 - became increasingly more powerful in Damascus
Acts 9:23-28 - after some time, and murder attempt by Jews, goes with Barnabas back to Jerusalem
Acts 9:29-30 - after another murder attempt by Hellenists", brought to Caesarea, then Tarsus
Acts 11:25-26 - Saul brought by Barnabas to Antioch of Syria, spend a year there
Acts 11:29-30 - Due to famine, Barnabas and Saul sent on relief mission to elders in Jerusalem
Acts 12:25 - After completing their mission, Barnabas and Saul return to Antioch, along with John Mark
Acts 13:1-3 - Beginning of first missionary journey: Cyprus
Acts 13:5 - Salamis
Acts 13:6 - Paphos; encounter "a certain magician, a Jewish false prophet, named Bar-Jesus"
Acts 13:9 - switches from use of Saul to Paul
Acts 13:13 - Perga; John Mark leaves for Jerusalem
Acts 13:14 - Antioch in Pisidia, went into synagogue on Sabbath
Acts 13:50-51 - after persecution in Antioch on next Sabbath, went to Iconium
Acts 14:1 - Paul and Barnabas go to Jewish synagogue in Iconium
Acts 14:5-6 - after attempted stoning, to Lystra and Derbe
Acts 14:19-20 - Jews come from Antioch and Iconium to stone Paul at Lystra; the next day, to Derbe
Acts 14:21 - returned to Lystra, Iconium, Antioch
Acts 14:25 - Perga, Attalia
Acts 14:26,28 - back to Antioch of Syria - end of first missionary journey; stayed with the disciples "for some time"
Acts 15:1-2 - Paul and Barnabas appointed to go to Jerusalem, to discuss with apostles and elders regarding circumcision
Acts 15:30 - back to Antioch of Syria
Acts 15:32-33,35 - Judas, Silas leave Antioch "after some time", Paul and Barnabas remain
Acts 15:36-40 - "After some days", Paul and Barnabas disagree over taking John Mark on next journey. Paul chooses Silas. v.34 inserted into some manuscripts to explain his presence in Antioch.
Galatians 1:13-17 - originally in Damascus. revelatory experience. "I did not confer with any human being... I went away at once into Arabia, and afterwards I returned to Damascus." Acts 9:1-9 claims that Paul went immediately to Damascus after conversion
Galatians 1:18-19 - after spending three years in Damascus, he stayed with Cephas in Jerusalem for 15 days. Paul claimed to have seen only Peter and James in Jerusalem. Acts 9:26-27 claims the following: Saul attempted to join Jerusalem disciples, presented by Barnabas to apostles. Acts 11:30 claims that Saul sent relief to the elders in Jerusalem
Galatians 1:20- In what I am writing to you, before God, I do not lie!
Galatians 1:21 - went to Syria and Cilicia: capital cities Antioch and Tarsus
Galatians 1:22-23 - Paul claimed to be unknown by sight in Judea - again, conta Acts 9:26-27. Galatians 1:13 - Paul claimed to be violently persecuting the church of God - where? asserting Jerusalem is superimposing Acts onto Paul's account
Galatians 2:1 - after fourteen years, he returned again to Jerusalem, with Barnabus and Titus
Galatians 2:2 - he went up in response to a revelation. Acts 15:2 - Paul and Barnabas were APPOINTED to go to Jerusalem
Galatians 2:6 - the leaders of the Jerusalem church contributed nothing to Paul's gospel - again, contra Acts 9:26-27
Galatians 2:7 - Peter entrusted with the gospel for the circumcised, Paul for the uncircumcised. Acts 15:7 - has Peter claim that that the Gentiles would hear the gospel through him
Galatians 2:13 - Barnabas led astray by the "hypocrisy" of Cephas: refusing to eat with Gentiles - no mention of such disagreement in Acts 15:36-39.
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