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TABLE II.

A. D.

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As preliminary to the second Apostolic Progress,

two important events may be considered and

placed here: -
[48.] the private journey of Paul and Barnabas with

Titus
to Jerusalem, followed by the rebuke of Peter at

Antioch;
49. the public mission of Paul and Barnabas to Jeru-

salem,
the council held there, and the decree.

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From Antioch, the SECOND APOSTOLIC PROGRESS. 32
Paul, not now with Barnabas, but accompanied
by Silas,

34 sets out, through Syria and Cilicia, to visit the

Churches :
at Lystra joined by Timothy, through Phrygia
and the first time) Galatia,

35, 36 onward to Troas, the first time; there joined by Luke, they pass into Macedonia.

37 At Philippi, the first time, cruelly treated;

38 but the foundation of a pure church miracu

lously laid there:
to Thessalonica and Berea ; from Berea, Paul
escapes by sea,

41..43
passes to Athens, his discourse there on Mars'
Hill:

44 to Corinth the first time, meets with Aquila and Priscilla,

47 writes the EPISTLE to the GALATIANS;

48 overtaken there by Silas and Timothy, from Berea

and Thessalonica;
writes the 1 and 2 EPISTLES to the THES-
SALONIANS...

50 is carried by the Jews before Gallio, who drives

51 From Corinth, to Ephesus the first time, a short

53 and visits Jerusalem in his way, before he re

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from the second progress, to ANTIOCH.

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A. D. From Antioch, the THIRD PROGRESS.

Paul, now attended by Timothy, Erastus, and

Titus,
revisits the churches, of Galatia the second time,

and of Phrygia
54. then goes down to Ephesus, the second time,

where he exercises the dispensation of miraculous

gifts.
56. | Writes the First EPISTLE to the CORIN-

ORIN
THIANS: the occasion of it.
After the riot raised by Demetrius, he leaves

Ephesus abruptly,
by Troas, second time, hastens to Philippi, the

second time,
where he overtakes Timothy, and meets Titus
(whom he had sent, by different ways, to Corinth,

pp. 154, 5.)
Writes the Second EPISTLE

to the CO-
RINTHIANS.
From Philippi he goes over those parts as far

as Illyricum,
57. and thence once more, now the second time, to

Corinth:
from that city writes the EPISTLE to the

ROMANS.
On his return, he chuses to take the route through

Macedonia, ..
— at Philippi, the third time, and so by Troas

the third time ..
At Miletus, has the Elders from Ephesus to meet

him;
thence to Cesarea, and though solemnly warned

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he goes up to Jerusalem, where his third Progress
is abruptly terminated

by Persecution of the Jews.

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TABLE IV.

Page 58. The great Jewish PERSECUTION (to the end of the Acts)

82 begins at Jerusalem, where Paul is violently ap

prehended in the Temple... Proceedings there
before the chief captain Lysias : before the
Chief Priests :

83
he is carried away to Cesarea for safety;
on his trial there before Felix, accused by the
Jews :

89 Felix (with Drusilla) hears him concerning the faith in Christ.

91 Festus after two years succeeds to Felix.

- 92 (During that period, how Luke had been

occupied, p. 162.)
Paul, to protect himself from treachery, appeals
to Cæsar :

95 and before Agrippa (and Bernice) delivers that wonderful speech.

97 60. He is sent off to Rome, with Luke and Aristarchus as his companions ;

· 100 the voyage till they reach the isle of Crete ... the danger

- 101 61. then foreseen and foretold — and the shipwreck at Malta ...

104 Paul and the viper . . he miraculously also heals the father of Publius.

· 105 After three months, they set sail, and touch at

Syracuse ..
at Puteoli, where they land, brethren are found..

afterwards is met by brethren from Rome; and on arriving there, declares to the Jews the cause of his coming

107 During the two years in that city, visited or

attended by various friends, he writes EPISTLES to EPHESIANS, COLOSSIANS, PHILEMON.

108.. 112 Luke probably left him (how to be occupied and

where, p. 116.) before he wrote the EPISTLE

to the PHILIPPIANS. Soon after that came his expected liberation from

the first imprisonment at Rome.

N.B. His Epistle to the HEBREWS probably written

soon after this time.

TABLE V.

A. D.

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Last Progress from Rome to Rome again, ending

in the second imprisonment and martyrdom
there.

63. Paul, intending to visit Asia first, and afterwards Macedonia,

118 takes with him Titus and Timothy

- 119 the one he stations in Crete; the other he leaves at Ephesus,

120 now visited by him for the third time: he himself, viâ Troas, visits PHILIPPI, both for

121 from Philippi, he writes to TIMOTHY the

FIRST EPISTLE, and
before setting out to the N. W. parts, he writes

the EPIŠTLE to TITUS, and summons
him to Nicopolis, as the place where he means
to winter.

123 After accomplishing these plans, Paul on his re

turn takes Corinth, now visited for the third
time; passes over to Ephesus, the fourth time
visited, leaves Trophimus sick at Miletus; and
soon after arrives in Rome.

124 There he is again apprehended; during his im

prisonment writes the sacred legacy of his last
farewell,

the SECOND EPISTLE to TIMOTHY, 125 (now at Philippi, pp. 123, 4., whither he had been

some time ago removed from Ephesus ;) 65

and at Rome Paul suffers Martyrdom - 132 [or 66.7

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TABLE VI.

OF THE

XIII EPISTLES WHICH BEAR THE NAME OF Paul, IN THEIR JUST ORDER OF TIME AND PLACE.

A. D.

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50

Sir, before the Jewish persecution which car

ried him from Jerusalem to Rome: 51. GALATIANS..

written from Co

rinth, in his se1 & 2 THESSALONIANS

cond Progress 56. 1 CORINTHIANS, from

Ephesus
2 CORINTHIANS, from in his third Pro-
Philippi

gress 57. ROMANS, from Corinth

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Four, from Rome, while imprisoned there: 62. EPHESIANS, COLOSSIANS, PHILEMON,

108.. 112 PHILIPPIANS, shortly before his liberation

Two, after he left Rome, on his fourth Pro

gress :
1 TIMOTHY, and TITUS, both from Phi-
lippi

121 .. 123

64.

One, in his final imprisonment:65 2 TIMOTHY, from Rome [or 66.]

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