Upside Down World
Demetrius the Silversmith explains why so many Romans did not consider the Gospel to be good news for them and their families.
Eunice, Timothy's mother, explains why circumcision was so abhorrent to the ancient Greeks.
Lois, Timothy's grandmother, tells why Christianity was so meaningful to her family. She tells about the last four chapters of Galatians.
Silas was with Paul on the Second Missionary Journey when Thessalonica was first evangelized.
Jason was one of the first converts to Christianity in Thessalonica.
Aquila and Priscilla helped Paul establish churches in Corinth, Ephesus, and Rome.
Sosthenes was probably the leader of the synagogue at Corinth that opposed Paul.
Titus was Paul's first assistant, and served Paul during most of his ministry.
Tertius was the scribe for Paul when he wrote Romans. He explains some of the background of the writing of the letter and tells of some of the key portions of its first eight chapters.
Phoebe was an influential woman in the early Christian movement. She talks about the last half of the book of Romans, with special emphasis on Chapter 12.
Tychicus was one of Paul's special helpers. He delivered several of Paul's letters, including Ephesians.
Onesimus was a runaway slave. Paul sent him back to his owner who lived in Colossae. Onesimus explains why Colossians is such an important letter to modern Christians.
Paul explains why he sent one of his assistants, Onesimus, back to his former owner named Philemon. He sent a special letter to Philemon explaining how he wants Philemon to react.
Philippi was the site of the first major evangelization effort in Europe. Epaphroditus gives background of the city and the church, and tells of the letter that Paul wrote to his friends there.
In this episode, Apollos, another of Paul's protoges, explains the contents of the letter written to Timothy known as First Timothy.
An elder of the church at Crete tells of the letter written by Paul to Titus, while Titus was tasked with helping the church there.
Timothy talks of the last known letter written by Paul. This letter was written to Timothy to help him better guide churches, and to refute false teachings. This letter is known as Second Timothy.