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How did st Andrew spread the gospel?
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Asked in Judaism, New Testament
When did St. Paul apostle spread the gospel to non-jews?
When St. Paul spread the gospel, it was around early 40 AD. He spread the gospel around the mediterranean to places like Greece, etc. He knew he had to spread the gospel when he saw the light from heaven and heard Jesus's voice saying "saul, saul, why do you persecute me" 3 days after Jesus's death. He changed his name from saul to paul if you were wondering.
Asked in Saints
What did Saint Andrew do?
St. Andrew was a fisherman, along with his brother Simon Peter, from the town of Bethsaida in Galilee. He was a disciple of St. John the Baptist and became the first apostle of Our Lord. He preached the Gospel in Asia Minor, Greece and, possibly, Russia. He was crucified on an x-shaped cross in Greece.
Asked in Catholicism, Saints, New Testament
What did Andrew the Apostle do?
St. Andrew, along with his brother Simon Peter, were commercial fishermen in Bethsaida on the Sea of Galilee. He was a disciple of St. John the Baptist and the first apostle of Our Lord. He preached the Gospel in Asia Minor, Greece and, possibly, in Russia. In Greece he was crucified on an x-shaped cross.
Asked in New Testament
What are St. Paul's three missions?
Paul's three missions included announcing the Gospel to non-Jews in places where it had never been heard, spread the Gospel to private homes, and to focus on urban centers so that the Gospel might spread from the communities he founded there, outwards to the rest of the country. Saint Paul is one of the most important figures in the Catholic Church.
Asked in History of the United States
How did Andrew Carnegie express his belief in the Gospel of Wealth?
Asked in New Testament, Andrew Jackson, Jesus Christ
How did Jesus meet Andrew?
In Matthew's Gospel and Mark's Gospel, Jesus was walking by the Sea of Galilee when he called the brothers, Simon and Andrew. Luke's Gospel, does not really say how Jesus met Andrew, except that he was Peter's brother. In John's Gospel (1:35-40), Jesus had returned to the place of his baptism, traditionally by the River Jordan, when John the Baptist pointed him out to two of his disciples, one of whom was Andrew.