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Paul’s Third Evangelistic Journey

Paul’s third evangelistic journey begins again in Syrian Antioch. He had left Pricilla and Aquila in Ephesus with a small group of believers, promising to return. He quickly walks nearly a thousand miles across modern-day Turkey to Ephesus to spend 3  years before crossing into Macedonia, Illyricum and Greece before returning to Syria and Jerusalem. It is an amazing journey to establish new churches where none existed. One can not help but catch the passion of Paul to share Jesus Christ with the world.

This is a visual and geographic presentation of the Apostle Paul’s Third Journey from modern-day Syria to Bosnia in an amazing and arduous task of spreading the gospel throughout the Roman empire in the 1st century. See the sites as they are now and renderings of how they looked then.

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