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Outline 1 Introduction 2 The early life of SaulPaul 3 The stoning of St Stephan 4 The blinding of Paul on his way to Damascus 5 The conversion of Saul 6 Saul returns to Jerusalem 7 Pauls Belief and Theology 8 Pauls Teaching Methods 9 The imprisonment and death of Paul 10 The Canonization of Paul 11 The effects of St Paul on modern world Paul of Tarsus is one of Christian History greatest oddities He was born and a Zealot Cremona P18 I relished In the death and destruction of Christians and their heretic religion Then in a flash of blinding light Saul was knocked from his horse From that fall one of the greatest readers of the Christian faith He converted anyone who would listen and even a few who did not want to listen He traveled a cross most of the known world and did not stop even at the cost of his life The greatest enemy the church ended up being its savior and propagator Paul was originally not known as Paul His given name was that of Saul He was the son of a tent mat maker in Tarsus Since Tarsus was a major crossroads of trade and caravans his family became slightly rich This qualified his family for Roman citizen ship This gave him certain rights such as exception from execution and public humiliation as punishment for crimes Also living in a roman trade city exposed Saul to many different languages that would pay off in his future journeys Saul most likely spoke Hebrew Greek Latin and probably a handful more All which were used in his spreading of Christs word to the gentiles of the known world Cremona Saint Paul 32 He willingly joined the most zealous form of Judaism the Pharisees Cremona P 18 As a Pharisee Saul studied under one of the Jewish religions greatest scholars of the first century Gamaliel Gamaliel
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