Christianity Reward and Paul

776 Words Feb 25th, 2018 3 Pages
Paul’s life span was 3-67 AD. Paul traveled 10,000 miles around Rome to teach Christianity. A couple of the places he visited were Ephesus, Philippi, Corinth and Athens. Paul taught to the Jews and Gentiles. The story of Paul is that his name was once Saul. Saul was traveling to Damascus and a bright light from heaven shone on him. Saul was before hand persecuting Christians for their faith. The bright light was God/Jesus. He asked Saul to why he was persecuting him. Saul realized what he was doing was wrong. He got baptized, changed his name to Paul and started preaching about Jesus and Christianity.

-Constantine c.272-c.337

Constantine founded the Edict of Millan. This said that everyone could worship whoever the wanted without persecution. Constantine helped Christian’s a great deal, because before they were being persecuted. Constantine wasn’t always as fond of Christianity. Constantine one day had a dream/vision that led him to next put crosses on his soldiers shields. They won their battle and Constantine became fond of Christianity, he said that God was one of the causes for winning. The religion of Rome was stated as Christianity by him in 392 AD.

-Peter 30 AD-64 or 67 AD

Peter was on of the 12 Apostles and a friend to Jesus. He baptized many people into Christians on the day of Pentecost. Acts 2:38 NKJV, “Then Peter said to…
Open Document