Paul Test 1 Study Guide

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Paul Test 1 Study Guide 06/02/2008 16:24:00 Prologue 1. Prisca and Aquila: in Corinth because they had to leave Rome after the boundries of pomerium had changed and now included their temple. The emperor despised Jews and their prophecies and was upset about the public physical disputes Jews were fighting with other Jews They left so that they would not have to live in hiding. Priscas family lived in conflict because her and Aquila believed that Jesus was the Messiah and her Father disagreed (her mother was stuck in the middle) – they did not believe that the “messiah” would be responsible for dividing a family They were Jews 2. Paul: The words Paul said to timothy that were so encouraging to Prisca were: “ For the Lord himself will descend from Heaven with a cry of command, with the archangel’s call and the sound of the trumpet of God” o The thought of his coming was what “swelled in her like a breath of well-being” 3. Erastus – the manager of their public markets in Corinth The person Prisca and Aquila had paid their taxes to 6 months prior Official person with a “fat official presence” 4. Apelles – the shoemaker that was a not a big fan of the Jewish people 5. Timothy – Paul’s young scribe that went with Paul on his second journey. Was born a Greek but raised Roman and was taught to honor the Gods by Father Part 1 1. James – James the Just: had a great devotion to God and prayed even for those he did not like. Had a great love for the Torah Did not like Stephen and Saul because he felt they had no thought of consequence He did not like the fact that they had not seen the Lord alive, they only lately arrived in Jerusalem and didn’t know Hebrew (only Greek)
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