He that is unmarried careth for the things that belong to the Lord, how he may please the Lord: But he that is married careth for the things that are of the world, how he may please his wife," says the Apostle Paul
, and Alexey Alexandrovitch, who was now guided in every action by Scripture, often recalled this text.
Thought for the day The Apostle Paul
said:"Even if I speak with the voice of men or of angels and have no love I am nothing" A life without love is not life at all; if I don't know how to love I miss what living is about.
Twomey begins by tracing various characterizations of the city of Corinth during the time the apostle Paul
was there and wrote his letters, and trying to pin down when exactly it was they he was there.
Our perspectives "rest in a singular way upon the heavenly visions and apparitions of the apostle Paul
Overshadowed by the apostle Paul
, and perhaps best known for denying Jesus three times (presumably because he was afraid of being arrested and possibly executed), Peter nonetheless played a major role in early Christian communities, and very likely suffered martyrdom for his faith.
Synopsis: The letters of the apostle Paul
are the oldest extant records of Christian history.
After the Pentecost, he returned to Antioch, worked with the apostle Paul
of Tarsus whom he accompanied on missionary journeys in Macedonia and Rome.
A new extensive monograph about the Apostle Paul
is proposed by James Constantine Hanges, Professor at the University of Chicago, USA.
The apostle Paul
in his first letter to Timothy taught that overseers (bishops) should be married and have a normal family life, which would help them to understand domestic situations at first hand.
Then, there are those who love to pick on the apostle Paul
and they will say with a laugh, "Well, you know that's Paul and we all know what Paul is like.
Likewise, in 1 Corinthians Ch 9, the Apostle Paul
asserts at length his right to be supported in his work, and a wife, too: "like the rest of the apostles and the Lord's brothers, and Cephas [Peter].
The Apostle Paul
in the Jewish Imagination: A Study in Modern Jewish-Christian Relations, by Daniel R.