Skip to comments.In the Footsteps of the Apostles
Posted on 03/10/2012 3:48:23 PM PST by TheoriaEdited on 03/10/2012 4:33:45 PM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
They were unlikely leaders. As the Bible tells it, most knew more about mending nets than winning converts when Jesus said he would make them "fishers of men." Yet 2,000 years later, all over the world, the Apostles are still drawing people in.
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It is interesting what happened to the Apostles after the crucifixion of Jesus. All except one died very horrible deaths for their convictions.
I see that Candida Moss was consulted for the article. I have no idea how good of a scholar she is, but she is most definitely the cutest scholar of early Christianity: http://al.nd.edu/news/18499-candida-moss-receives-international-award-for-theological-promise/
It ranks up there to what happened to the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel.
Brains and Beauty.
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