My Free St. Paul Timeline

by Steve Ray on November 6, 2016

FOG Cruise Cover photoJanet and I are currently leading a St. Paul Mediterranean Cruise and “Seminar at Sea” with Ave Maria Radio CEO Al Kresta and Fr. Steve Mattson. We are visiting eight biblical sites related to St. Paul, Mary, St. John and more.

Today we are leaving Ephesus where St. Paul lived for two years and arriving on the Island of Patmos (Rev 1:9) in the Aegean Sea that St. Paul sailed though several times.  We are exploring all of this today.

Screen Shot 2016-08-11 at 9.40.10 AMSince many people have no clue about the real life and timeline of St. Paul and his epistles, I am posting my St. Paul Timeline so everyone can get the big picture. Please feel free to print and use for personal use.

When I was teaching my series on Acts of the Apostles (see the audio CDs here) I decided to make this Timeline for my own use, to help me keep his life, his journeys and writings all sorted out.

fog_paul__88785.1364147350.190.285Also, if you’d like to learn more about Paul you can purchase my detailed documentary filmed on location in 5 countries — entitled Paul, Contending for the Faith. It comes with a very thorough Study Guide. I also have several talks on St. Paul which you can see here.

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Hans G August 14, 2007 at 3:59 PM

Hi Steve,

Your Pauline timeline is very interesting and useful, but I am confused at least a little about one aspect. Is the arrow above the words “The end of Acts” meant to apply to that text (as seems most likely) or for the adjacent text “AD 70: …”. If it is, as seems likely, for the end of Acts, perhaps it would be more immediately clear if there were an arrow toward the right from “AD 70:”?

Steve Ray August 15, 2007 at 9:23 AM

The arrow points to the blue line which is about the time Acts would have been written or when Paul was in prison in Rome about 62 AD. Luke must have written it shortly thereafter and before the destruction of the Temple. So the blue line basically indicates the end of the story told in the Acts of the Apostles.

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