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  • The Paul Of The Apostle Paul

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    THE APOSTLE PAUL Whatever tales may have spun out of the antiquity of time, Jesus was not the initiator of Christianity as we know it. The division between Jews and Christians did not begin with the death of Christ. Indeed, many of his teachings have been lost forever for none of his disciples ever wrote a single word down. Although this religion, established solidly upon this man, does not even regard Jesus in most of the New Testament (Collier). The man behind the curtain, the usurper, and divider

  • Saint Paul : The Life Of St. Paul

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    St. Paul was originally called Saul. Saul was a Roman Citizen as well as a Jew from Tarsus. He was very highly educated in the Law of Moses and was a student of Gamaliel. Saul hated Christianity and wanted to destroy Christians. When St. Stephen was killed, many Christians in Jerusalem fled to Damascus and other places in order to protect themselves. Because of this, Saul went to Damascus in order to persecute the Christians there. As Saul neared Damascus, a bright light flashed

  • The Paul Revere

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    lieutenant of artillery to a silversmith, Paul Revere is a man of many talents. He had a bigger impact on American history then just exclaiming, “The British are coming,” though. Paul Revere is important to American society because of his participation in politics, community affairs, and wars and his craftsmanship. Paul Revere was born in Boston, Massachusetts on January 1, 1735. Revere was born to Apollos Rivoire, who later changed his name to Paul, and Deborah Hichman. Deborah had grew up

  • Alice Paul

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    behavior.” (Graham, 1983. Pg. 666) She did not believe state amendment was the answer; it was a waste of time. Because of this ideology she separated from NAWSA in 1914. Making this movement public was essential in ratification of the Constitution. Paul organized women on all levels. She knew that selling the movement to the American people would further the cause. Her first attempt was to campaign against all Democratic candidates. That did not do much to the political party. She had to reformulate

  • Paul Revere

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    who Paul Revere is in the years before 1860 was very unlikely. One of the biggest reasons why he is so famous today was published as a poem in that year. The poem, written by Henry Longfellow, describes Revere’s dramatic horseback ride to the town of Lexington, Virginia, as he warns the minutemen around the area of the coming of the British. If it wasn’t for this notable poem, the American’s story and name would have never been brought to light by the American people over 200 years later. Paul Revere

  • Paul Mccartney

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    roll came to life. The Beatles, band on the run, English rock group, also know as Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. The group brought rock and roll to life gave it a meaning. Music was the way to for people to listen and understand music was a way of communication and Paul McCartney, one of the four who started it. Does he still have what it takes to be a rock star up to today? Paul McCartney a British vocalist, song writer, composer, bass player, poet, and painter

  • peter and paul

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    Nickesha Larmond Paul and Peter Background information about Paul Paul whose name was Saul was an early Christian missionary and theologian, known as the Apostle to the Gentiles was born a Jew in Tarsus, Rome. As a minor, he was trained as a rabbi but earned his living as a tentmaker. A zealous Pharisee, he persecuted the first Christians until a vision of Jesus, experienced while on the road to Damascus, converted him to Christianity. Three years later he met St. Peter and Jesus ' brother

  • Paul The Apostle Of The Church

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    Paul the apostle is known for his letters in the Bible to the church in Philippi. Paul devotes his faith in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, to promote Christianity to the people of the Philippians. He is seen throughout the New Testament furthering God’s Word and projecting it in such a way to get fellow Jewish people to convert to Christianity. In the midst of this activity, Paul was travelling in between cities when a mob broke out against him. Israelites were furious with him spreading the

  • Paul Walker, the Hero

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    office receipts. When he is not on set acting, Paul Walker was active in the Reach out Worldwide organization (Bio.com 1-3). When people think of heroes, many think of men or woman like Superman, Wonder Woman, or even Batman, but real life heroes walk among us every day. One hero who deserves our recognition is Paul Walker. Random acts of Kindness It was 2004 and Paul Walker went to Bailey Banks & Biddle jewelry store in Santa Barbara, California. Paul saw a man looking at engagement rings, his name

  • Paul Revere's Ride

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    the eve of the Revolutionary war, April 18th, 1775, a well-known man, Paul Revere, rode through every Middlesex village and farm to warn the colonists of a rumoured British march towards Concord, in which they were going to seize ammunition. This warning resulted in militia waking up and grabbing weapons to fend off the British and help lead to a famous victory. Many people refer this heroic action as the midnight ride of Paul Revere, but Revere was not the only heroic man on that historical night

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