Paul in Arabia

@inproceedings{Hengel2002PaulIA,
  title={Paul in Arabia},
  author={Martin Hengel},
  year={2002}
}
The few hints of Paul's time in Arabia (or Nabatea) are much more important than is suggested by the scant attention they typically receive in NT scholarship. Careful consideration of all factors leads to the conclusion that Paul's stay in Arabia was somewhat longer than is usually thought and resulted in successful missionary activity. However, this activity also provoked vigorous opposition on the part of synagogue authorities, as well as state authorities. 
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