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CHRONOLOGY

OF THE

ACTS OF THE APOSTLES.

A. D.
29 The ascension takes place April 28.

Effusion of the Holy spirit on the day of Pentecost.
Cure of the lame man.
Deaths of Ananias and Sapphira.
Imprisonment of the apostles.
Martyrdom of Stephen.
Conversion of Saul.
Rest of the Christian churches.
Conversion of Cornelius.
Barnabas and Paul come to Antioch.
Persecution by Herod. Paul and Barnabas come to Jeru-

salem, with relief to the brethren, and return to

Antioch. 45 | Paul and Barnabas set out from Antioch on their first apos

tolical journey. Their course was from Antioch to Seleucia, Salamis, Paphos, Perga, Antioch (in Pisidia,) Iconium, Lystra, Derbe, Lystra, Iconium, Antioch,

(in Pisidia,) Perga, Attalia, Antioch. 49 | Council of Jerusalem, which Paul and Barnabas attend,

L and afterwards return to Antioch. 50 | Paul's second apostolical journey, in company with Silas,

from Antioch, to Syria, Cilicia, Derbe, Lystra, Phrygia, Hierapolis, Laodicea, Colosse, Galatia, Mysia, Troas, Samothrace, Neapolis, Philippi, Amphipolis,

Apollonia, Thessalonica, Beræa, Athens, Corinth. 51 Paul remains a year and six months at Corinth, and writes

thence his epistles to the Thessalonians, and perhaps to

the Galatians. 53 Sails into Syria, and proceeds to Ephesus, (whence he

wrote his first epistle to the Corinthians,) Cæsarea, Jeru

salem, Antioch, Galatia, Phrygia, Ephesus. 56 | Leaves Ephesus and visits Macedonia, Crete, Illyricum,

Nicopolis, Macedonia, (whence he wrote the second epistle to the Corinthians, Greece, Corinth. In the course of the year fifty-six, he wrote his first epistle to

Timothy and that to Titus. 58 Leaves Corinth, (whence he wrote his epistle to the Ro

mans) and comes to Philippi, Troas, Assos, Mitylene,

Chios, Samos, Trogyllium, Miletus, Côs, Rhodes, Patara, Tyre, Ptolemais, Cæsarea, Jerusalem. Here he is taken into custody, and carried to æsarea, where

he remains two years. He is sent to Rome; but on his way is wrecked on the

island of Malta. Reaches Rome, and after two years' confinement, (during

which he wrote his epistles to the Ephesians, second to Timothy, Philippians, Colossians and Philemon,) is released.

N.B. The chronology and arrangement of Dr. Lardner have been followed.

AN

IN D E X

OF THE

PRINCIPAL SUBJECTS TREATED OF

IN THIS

E XPOSITIO N.

office

...

Vol. Page. ADJURATION, Jewish form of

i. 391 Adultery, a just ground of divorce ...

i. 71 : metaphorical ...

i. 185, 230 punishment of ...

ii. 253 Advocate, his office

... ii. 337 Age the, what ...

i. 336 Angels, meaning of the term

... ii. 96 Jewish notions of

iii. 134, 135 to come with

... i. 242 whether they interfere with this world ii. 83 to be like

iii. 73 ascending and descending ...

ii. 167 Antonia, castle of ... ... ... iii. 225 Apostles

i. 140 degree of their inspiration ... i. 147 whether infallible

... iij. 235 Asses, commonly used for riding in the East i. 290 Assassination, common in Judæa

iii. 238, 353

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Caligula.

i. 338
Canaanites, in our Lord's time

i. 224
Centurion ... ... ..

i. 110
Child of any thing

i. 327
Christ

ii. 163
Christ, Jesus, his character not fictitious ii. 419

the servant of God ... iii. 38
coming to him ... ... ii. 226
coming of ... ... i. 148, 337
name of

j. 262
confessing him

i. 153
his exaltation ...

üi. 63
his glory ... ...

ii. 184
his dominion ..

i. 432
adopted popular language i. 178
might fall into popular errors i. 250
what honours due to him

ii. 210
Christians, how named by Heathens

i. 149
why called saints

iii. 109
Church, the ...

i. 201
Cock-crowing, explanation of the phrase ... i. 396
Cohort, its numbers

i. 407
Cross, metaphorical

i. 154

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