Paul's Second Journey Stoning of Stephen




Paul's companions from Corinth, Aquila and Priscilla, were in Ephesus. Before Paul joined them in Ephesus they met a Jewish Christian named Apollos, whom they instructed further in the faith.  

Context: Ephesus was a major port city on the western coast of Asia Minor. As a center for seaborne trade and the hub of the region’s road system, Ephesus was a thriving urban community. The Romans made Ephesus an administrative center for the province of Asia. Renowned religious shrines, a spacious theater, stadium, and elegant public buildings gave Ephesus an integral place in the cultural life of the entire region. To see the sights in Ephesus click here.

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