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tribunal, composed of statesmen and-philosophers,
he delivered the speech recorded in Acts, xvii.

20. From Athens he proceeded to Cor'inih,
where he remained about a year and a half, and was
here brought by the Jews before the proconsul Gallio.

21. Embarking from Cen'chre-a, a port of
Corinth, after touching at Ej)h'e-sus, he landed at
CcEs^a-j'e'a, and proceeded again to Jerusalem,
A. D. 53.

22. After a short stay at Jerusalem, Paul went
to Antioch, proceeding on his fourth apostolic
journey through Ga-la'ti-a and Phryg'i-a to Ej)h'-
e-sus, where he remained two or three years, and
left the city after a riot was raised against him by
Demetrius the silversmith.

23. From Ephesus he proceeded by way of
Troas to Macedonia, passing through that country
and Greece, again visiting Corinth and Philippi ;
thence sailing by Troas to Mi-le'tus, where he met
the Ephesian Christians, and took the affecting leave
of them recorded in Acts xx.

24. From Miletus, he proceeded by Cos, Rhodes,
Pat'a-ra, Tyre, Ptol-e-ma'is, and Cces-a-re'a, to

19. What took place at Athens ?

20. What city did he then visit, and what took place
at Corinth ?

21. By what places did he return to Jerusalem ?

22. What was his course in his fourth journey, and
what took place at Ephesus ?

23. What was his route from thence, and what took
place at Miletus ?

24. By what places did he return to Jerusalem ?


Jerusalem, where he arrived before the feast of
Pentecost, A. D. 58.

25. After his return to Jerusalem from his fourth
apostolic journey, the Jews caused an excitement
against him, and he was sent a prisoner by way of
An-iip' a-tris to Cas-a-re'a, to be tried by Felix,
the governor.

26. Ha\ing been detained a prisoner two years
at Cffisare'a, where he delivered the defences re-
corded in Acts xxii. and xxvi., he availed himself
of his privilege of a Roman citizen by appealing
to the emperor.

27. He was accordingly sent to Rome with other
prisoners, under the care of the centurion Julius,
and was accom.panied by St. L/uke.

28. In their voyage (^ee Map JVo. F7.), they
touched at Si'don and J^Iy'ra, sailed near Cni'dus^
thence round the east end of Crete ; and after be-
ing " exceedingly tossed with a tempest," for four-
teen days, they were shipwTecked near the island
of Mel'i-ta, where they all got safe to shore.

29. From Mel'i-ta they proceeded by Syr'a-cuse,
Pu-te'o-Ii, Ap'pi-i Fo'rum, and The Three Tav-
erns, till they finally arrived at Rome, A. D. 61.

30. Paul dwelt two years in the city, in hired
lodgings, where he received all that came to him,
preaching the gospel without interruption.

31. During this imprisonment at Rome, the
apostle wrote his epistles to the E-phe'sians, Fhi-
Up'pi-ans, Co-los'sians, and to Phi-le'mon.

25. What happened after his return ?

26. What took place at Csesarea ?

27. By whom was he accompanied to Rome ?

28. What is related respecting the voyage ?

29. How did he proceed from Melita ?

30. What did he do at Rome ? 31. What epistles did
he write during this imprisonment ?


32. The most of his other epistles had before
this time been written at different places, as may
be seen in the Table on the following page.

33. St. Luke concludes his narrative in the
Acts, with this imprisonment at Rome ; and the sub-
sequent history of St. Paul is uncertain ; but it was
the uniform tradition of the primitive church, that he
was afterwards imprisoned a second time at Rome,
and that he suffered martyrdom under the emperor
Nero, in or about the year A. D. 66.

32. What is said of the other epistles ? 33. What fur-
ther is related of St. Paul ?

Questions on the Map of the Travels of St. Paul.

No. VI.

1. What countries were situated on the east of the
Mediterranean or Great Sea ?

2. What countries were in the west of Asia Minor ?
3. In the south? 4. In the north ? 5. In the east ?

6. How Vv'as Galatia situated ? 7. Troas ? 8. The
island of Cyprus ? 9. Crete ? 10. Patraos ? 11. Sicily ?
12. Melita.?

13. How was Greece or Achaia situated ? 14. Mace-
donia ? 15. Thrace ? 16. Epirus ? 17. Illyricum ? 18.
Thessaly ? 19. Dalmatia ? 20. Italy ?

21. Which way from Jerusalem to Damascus ? 22.
Gaza ? 23. Antioch ? 24. Alexandria ? 25. Ephesus ?
26. Cy-re'ne ? 27. Athens ?

28. How was Antioch situated ? 29. Tarsus ? 30. Ico-
nium? 31.Paphos.? 32. Attalia.? 33. Antioch in Pisidia .?

34. What towns were there on the west coast of Asia
Minor, and on the east of the iEgean Sea ?

35. How was Smyrna situated ? 36. Ephesus ? 37.
Pergamos? 38. Miletus ? 39. Philadelphia? 40. Sar-
dis ? 41. Co-los'se and Laodicea ?

42. How was Athens situated ? 43. Thessalonica ?
44. Corinth ? 45. Philippi ? 46. Berea ? 47. Cenchrea ?
48. Rome? 49. Syracuse ? 50. Rhegium? 51. PuteoU?

52. By what places did St. Paul pass in his voyage
from Csesarea to Rome ?



^Exhibiting, in chronological order, the places where,
and the times when, the books of the New Testament
were written, according* to Dr. Lardner.

The Gospels and the Acts.

Places. A. D.

St. Matthew ........ Judea, or near it . about 64

St. Mark Rome about 64

St. Luke . Greece . . about 63 or 64

St. John Ephesus about 68

The Acts of the Apostles Greece . . . about 63 or 64

St. Paul's Epistles.

1 Thessalonians Corinth 52

2 Thessalonians Corinth 52

Galatians . Corinth or Ephesus 52 or 53

1 Corinthians Ephesus 56

1 Timothy Macedonia 56

Titus Macedonia, or near it . . 56

2 Corinthians Macedonia 57

Romans Corinth 58

Ephesians Rome 61

2 Timothy Rome 61

Philippians Rome 62

Colossians Rome 62

Philemon Rome 62

Hebrews Rome or Italy 63

The Catholic Epistles.

James Judea 61 or 62

1 Peter and 2 Peter .... Rome 64

Jude Unknown 64 or 65

1 John Ephesus 80

2 John and 3 John Ephesus . . . from 80 to 90

The Revelation Patmos or Ephesus 95 or 96


The dates of several of the Epistles have been much
controverted. According to Dr. Lardner, the Second
Epistle to Timothy was written by Paul, during his first
imprisonment at Rome ; but Michaelis, Rosenmiiller,
Macknight, Paley, and other judicious critics, maintain
that it was written during the apostle's second imprison-
ment, and but little before he suffered martyrdom.

Many learned critics suppose that the First Epistle to
Timothy, and the Epistle to Titus, were written as late
as the year 64 or 65.

Thirteen of the Epistles were avowedly written by
St. Paul ; but the Epistle to the Hebrews, which is
ascribed to him by Dr. Lardner, is anonymous, and the
question respecting the author of it has been much con-
troverted. The prevailing opinion, however, in the
Christian church, has been, that it was written by Paul ;
and this opinion is supported by a majority of modern







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