Among the countries he visited to spread Christianity, Apostle Paul came also to Greece, preaching the Holy Gospel and teaching people about Jesus’ mission. His journey in Greece is a route that can touch not only the believers but also everybody who loves history.
Paul describes his own life in Philippians 3:5–6, where he lists seven things ascribed to him or achieved by him: He states that he was “circumcised on the eighth day.”. He calls himself “of the people of Israel.”. He says he is “of the tribe of Benjamin.”. He tells his readers that he is “a Hebrew of Hebrews.”.
Paul’s missionary journeys helped spread the gospel throughout much of the ancient world. Over the course of his ministry, the Apostle Paul traveled more than 10,000 miles and established at least 14 churches. The Book of Acts records three separate missionary journeys that took Paul through Greece, Turkey, Syria, and numerous regions you won ...
Paul Preaches in Athens. 16 While Paul was waiting for them in Athens, he was deeply troubled by all the idols he saw everywhere in the city. 17 He went to the synagogue to reason with the Jews and the God-fearing Gentiles, and he spoke daily in the public square to all who happened to be there. 18 He also had a debate with some of the ...
Paul has seen idolatry in the Greek cities many times, but here in Athens it particularly bothers him. "His spirit was aroused within him" (ESV).  He has to do something. He begins in the synagogue on the Sabbath dialoging  with the Jews and God-fearing Gentiles,  as he had in previous cities.
Apostle Paul's Final Missionary Journey Large Map Ask a Question! - Newsletter After Paul was freed from a Roman prison he traveled to the Island of Crete, where he met his fellow evangelist Titus. Paul was quite familiar with the island, having landed on it during his fourth missionary journey.
The Bema of Apostle Paul in Corinth, Greece. The Apostle is the founder of the Church in Greece (Philippi, Thessaloniki, Veria, Athens, Corinth, Nicopolis), and it is therefore natural that Greek theological research is directed around his work and his letters.
Paul, (born Dec. 14, 1901, Athens, Greece—died March 6, 1964, Athens), king of Greece (1947–64) who helped his country overcome communist guerrilla forces after World War II. The royal family of Greece (from right to left): King Paul, Princess Irene, Princess Sophia, Queen Frederika, and Prince Constantine, c. 1947.
Paul (Greek: Παύλος, Pávlos; 14 December 1901 – 6 March 1964) was King of Greece from 1947 until his death from stomach cancer in 1964. Notes
In 58, Paul decided to head toward Jerusalem, so he set off on an arduous sailing trip that made stops at a new harbor almost each day, including the islands of Kos and Rhodes in modern-day Greece ...