Paul and the Silversmiths, Part 2

Vendors in Ephesus, not far from the theatre

Part 9 of series: Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament Paul and the Silversmiths, Part 2 When we last left our series on Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament, the city was in an uproar. A gang of silversmiths, at the instigation of a certain Demetrius, was rioting, dragging several of Paul’s colleagues to the [Read More...]

Paul and the Silversmiths

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Part 8 of series: Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament Paul and the Silversmiths Now that we know something about the goddess Artemis and her importance for Ephesus, we’re ready to get back to the story of Paul’s ministry in this city. As Paul’s ministry began to thrive in Ephesus, a certain Demetrius became concerned. [Read More...]

Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament: Introduction

The Arch of Titus in Rome, which commemorates the fall of Jerusalem and destruction of the temple in AD 70

Part 1 of series: Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament: Introduction For many of us, the events of the Bible seem to take place in some distant, magic world of “Bible lands,” a wonderland rather like the one discovered by Alice. We read about Jerusalem, Nazareth, Corinth, and Ephesus, [Read More...]


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