Thursday, 23 June 2016

Sexy Goddess Meets St Paul


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Today's very tall tale is a great piece of detective work from ancient times.
It all happened around Ephesus, one of best known ancient cities mentioned in the Bible.
It was a very wealthy, cosmopolitan city, when St Paul lived there.
And it grew even more so for a few centuries afterwards.
Paul would probably have been in his early fifties when he came to Ephesus.
Because of its size, strategic location on the coast,
and because there was already an existing Christian community,
Paul made it his base for three or so years.
Now Ephesus is mentioned a number of times in the New Testament.
There is the letter to the Ephesians, which Paul wrote when he was under house arrest in Rome.
It's also mentioned in Revelation, as one of the 7 churches, as well as the Book of Acts.
Now bible study can be quite, quite boring.
But usually there's a tale tale or two to make it come alive.
Ad that's the case with a little letter that Paul wrote to Philemon.
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