Paul, Antioch and Jerusalem: A Study in Relationships and Authority in Earliest Christianity

@inproceedings{Taylor1992PaulAA,
  title={Paul, Antioch and Jerusalem: A Study in Relationships and Authority in Earliest Christianity},
  author={Nicholas H. Taylor},
  year={1992}
}
Paul's life and work, including his relationship with the Jerusalem church, were dynamic, rather than having been predetermined in his conversion. The Antiochene church was crucial to Paul's development, to a degree not previously appreciated. Little is known of the years following Paul's conversion, other than it was unsettled, and included travels and sojourns in Arabia, Damascus, Jerusalem, and Tarsus. The encounter with the Jerusalem church did not result in a stable relationship or social… Expand
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