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Paul's Journeys

Paul’s Journeys Visually

Paul's Journeys

image source (and larger). H/T Peter Carrell. Comments at the original:

Mind the Agape.

The red line should stop at Derbe and the green needs a spur into Illyricum. With the creator’s response: You’re right the red line should stop at Derbe, but I think I just liked the circular look, though I might change that some time. Illyricum doesn’t feature because I found the ref in Romans 15 a little vague – did Paul go to specific places there or is he describing a sweeping view of his journey? I have no idea about that to be honest, but would be interested to learn.

Paul’s journey from Ephesus to Macedonia should go via the Troad to accommodate 2 Cor 2:12-13. It is disputed whether Derbe was in Galatia. Troas and Assos are quite close.

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3 thoughts on “Paul’s Journeys Visually”

  1. Far be it for me … in any case I only know what I read here 🙂

    What I am suggesting is that the possibly slightly confusing Pauline journeys, splendidly aided as they are by the tube map approach, suggests a powerful application of the same to the probably very confusing liturgical journeys in our church (about which, of course, I know next to nothing, apart from what I read here …).

    Train wreck? Not if the map is working!

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