No, King Saul and Paul are not the same person. King Saul is from the Old Testament best known as the jealous king who tried to kill David. Paul was first Saul in the New Testament, best known as the man who persecuted Christians, and later became Apostle Paul.
The cast of A King in Milwaukee - 2009 includes: Paul Cebar as Paul Cebar David Greenberger as David Greenberger
There was no King Paul. But there was Paul the Apostle. His name was also Saul. Now there was a Jewish King named Saul, perhaps that's whom you mean. He was the King that ruled over Israel for 40 years, immediately preceeding the reign of King David. The last years of his life he lost God's blessing on his reign, God then picked David to be the next King. Saul was jealous of how God was with David, and so sought to have him killed on numerous occasions. Saul and his son Jonathan (who was very close friends with David before David was king) were both killed in a battle that saw King Saul's forces defeated by the Phillistines.
The Romans tried to kill paul, they imprisoned him as well.
Paul David was born on December 25, 1919.
Paul David Harbour was born in 1965.
Paul David Ostroski is 5' 11".
Paul David Tripp was born in 1950.
Paul David Miller was born in 1941.
David Paul Hammer was born in 1958.
Paul David Devanandan was born in 1901.
Paul David Devanandan died in 1962.
David Blackwood Paul was born in 1908.
David Blackwood Paul died in 1965.
David Paul Drach died in 1868.
David Paul Drach was born in 1791.
David Wikaira-Paul was born in 1985.
David Lee Paul goes by Stix.
In the Bible, we read about two Sauls who live centuries apart. One was the first king of Israel, who started out good, but later developed a haughty spirit, and lost God's favor. You can read about this one beginning in 1 Samuel chapter 9. King Saul became very jealous of his most valiant warrior, David. Saul tried on many occasions to kill David because of his envy over the attention David received from the people over his great acts. Saul's own son Jonathan became close friends with David, in spite of his father's hatred for David, and the fact that David was many years his junior. David became the second king of Israel after Saul's death. The second one who was named Saul in the Bible is found in the book of Acts. He is Saul of Tarsus who later was known as Paul. In Bible times a person's name was often changed by God, as if to give the person a new start, or to signify their new assigned role. In the case of the latter Saul, he was an extreme persecutor of Christians, even sharing in the murder of Stephen, a disciple of Christ. He later was confronted by directly by Jesus from heaven on the road to Damascus, to where he was traveling to further persecute Christians. After this experience, Saul completely changed his life course and became the Christian apostle Paul. He was even priveledged to write many of the books of the Christian Greek scriptures (or the New Testiment).
Many different jobs, Moses had a different jobs himself, he was a member of royalty, he then became a shepherd, he then became a leader and lawmaker. David was a shepherd and a king. Several were prophets. Matthew was a (despised) tax collector, Luke a doctor, Paul a Pharisee who was greatly educated and then became a tentmaker, Peter was a fisherman, Daniel a political lawmaker and prophet.
If we are referring to Bono, it's David. Paul David Hewson.
Paul David Manson was born on 1934-08-20.
Paul David Raymont has written: 'An idle threat'
Paul David died on April 5, 1999 at the age of 79.
Paul David Ullah is 5' 9 1/2".