For Many Christians, Paul the Apostle is second only to Christ Jesus when considering the remarkable spread of the Gospel teachings in the early centuries of the Christian era. While Jesus launched what would become Christianity in the Jewish homeland of Palestine, it was Paul who would take its message of love and grace throughout the Roman Empire, covering 10,000 miles over a period of 30 years.
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