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Once we have answered this question with a reasonable degree of certainty we can postulate a date for the book. Paul came upon Lydia.
Many modern authorities, therefore, have placed Daton on the coast at or near the site of Neapolis. Of his experiences there we have in Acts 16: The city may have been the home of the Physician Luke who traveled with St. Paul Journeys of St. Home People Places Passages Bibles.
The site is well preserved due to being abandoned in the Middle Ages , and it has been extensively excavated by French and, now, by Greek archaeologists. In an intensely personal letter—of the sort like Philippians—there is nothing to suggest that a composite is necessary.
Concerning Joy and Prayer 4: Brutus, incompetent to maintain the discipline of his troops, was forced to fight again; and in an engagement which took place on the same ground, twenty days afterwards, the Republic perished. Others are hard to date because they are carved into native hillside rock. Apart from the fact that we know that Paul was actually imprisoned there, there is little else to commend this view.
One of these was named Lydia, a Greek proselyte from Thyatira, a city of Lydia in Asia Minor, to the church of which was addressed the message recorded in Revelation 2: A collection of first-century Jewish and early Christian writings that, along with the Old Testament, makes up the Christian Bible. Several points in the narrative of these incidents call for fuller consideration. During Paul's first stay at Thessalonica he had received gifts of money on two occasions from the Philippian Christians Philippians 4: During New Testament times, which was during the first century of this era, Paul and Silas traveled to Philippi to evangelize.
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