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Which apostle is the apostle of the early church?

St. Paul Another answer: All of Jesus' "chosen twelve" apostles contributed to the work of the early church (with the exception of Judas, of course, who killed himself a (MORE)

What did the Apostles do?

they. helped Jesus. they met Jesus. they were Jesus followers. they were Jesus peoples. they were friends. they believe in Jesus. they loved Jesus.. They were basically the g (MORE)

Who is an apostle?

A person deputed to execute some important business; but appropriately, a disciple of Christ commissioned to preach the gospel. Twelve persons were selected by Christ for this (MORE)

How did John the apostle become an apostle?

John did not wake up one morning and say "Hey! I want to be an apostle!" because all the Apostles were personally chosen by Jesus Christ:- Joh 15:16 (MKJV)You have not chose (MORE)

How did the apostles become apostles?

The word 'apostle' comes from the Greek word for 'messenger'. Christians believe that Jesus chose twelve of his disciples to be apostles, to spread his message. Paul was also (MORE)

Who is the Apostle Jude?

St. Jude was one of the 12 apostles. He was the son of Cleophas, who died a martyr, and Mary who stood at the foot of the Cross with the Blessed Virgin, and who anointed Chris (MORE)

What did the Apostles do before they became apostles?

Here is a partial list. (Perhaps someone else can fill in the blanks.) Peter - Fisherman Andrew - Fisherman James the Greater (son of Zebedee) - Farmer James the Less (MORE)

What did apostles get to do?

The 12 Apostles got to live with Jesus, going around the countryside with him as he taught & healed people. After Jesus was crucified, the remaining Apostles (not Judas) sprea (MORE)