Theme: The Later Experiences of Paul
In the Beginning
(The Later Experiences of Paul)
The Justice of Festus
Paul’s trial before Festus
illustrates important principles of Roman law that apply to the Church.
The Divine Training
Paul’s letters to Timothy were
primarily meant to help him combat the errors of Gnosticism.
The Last Letter of the Apostle
Paul wrote many letters when he was
in a Roman prison. His love for the brethren, and especially Timothy,
are an inspiration.
Paul’s Perilous Journey
Paul’s experiences in Acts 27 and 28
provide useful lessons for the Church.
News and Views
Acts 27, And You Are In It
The events during the fateful voyage
of Acts 27 provide a metaphor for what is happening in the world today.
Paul’s Two-Fold Ministry
Paul ministered to both the Jew and Gentile. His arguments in the Book
of Hebrews provide insights not available elsewhere in the Bible.
The Travels of Paul
Paul’s missionary journeys
picture the seven stages of the gospel Church.
and Short Features:
The Scent of Danger
“Peace of Mind,”