Paul was not a disciple , he was a apostle.
No the apostle Paul did not get married.
He called himself the Apostle to the Gentiles.
The Apostle Paul was born in Tarsus.
The apostle Paul did not get married and did not have children.
The apostle Paul was born in Tarsus and he was a Roman citizen.
The apostle Paul was from the tribe of Benjamin.
Paul wasn't stoned - he was beheaded.
Paul is thought to have been martyred sometime between the years AD64 and AD67.
Yes, although he was not a disciple of the living Jesus, he was an apostle and traditionally referred to as "the Apostle Paul" or "Saint Paul".
There is no apostle named John Paul. There is an apostle named John and another apostle named Paul.
Known previously as Saul of Tarsus, the Apostle Paul was the specific apostle to the Gentiles.
The Apostle PaulAnswerThe New Testament Epistle to the Romans was written by the apostle Paul.
This title is generally associated with the Apostle Paul.
Luke was a companion of Paul, and not a apostle.
AnswerPaul called himself the apostle to the Gentiles, alongside Peter as the apostle to the Jews.
OpinionI would say Apostle Paul wherever I use 'Apostle' as a title, in the same way as I would say Mr Smith, with 'Mr' capitalised. Less frequently, I would write 'apostle' uncapitalised if I did not intend it as a title, for example where 'apostle' is the subject of the sentence, and Paul is addressed. Use capitals to be on the safe side.
Paul of Tarsus died in the year 70 A.D. He was executed in Rome with Peter the Apostle; their martyrdom is commemorated as a feast day.
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No. Paul was never married.