There is a debate over which date Jesus was crucified, died, rose again, and ascended. It generally varies between 30-33 AD. It is based on Acts 1:9.
There is a debate over which date Jesus was crucified, died, rose again, and ascended. It generally varies between 30-33 AD. Pentecost was 50 days after the Feast of First Fruits, so it was in the same year. This is based on Acts 2:1-41.
Based on Acts 9:1-19.
We can fairly safely assume that it was approximately 2 years following Christ's ascension that the persecution of Christians began, and it had to be before Caiaphas was no longer High Priest (37 AD). Thus, it had to be after 30-33 AD and before 37 AD, so 32-35 is a good guesstimate. This is based on Acts 7:54-60.
Based on Acts 10:1-48.
Based on Acts 15:1-21.
Based on Acts 24:23-26:32 and Acts 27:1-28:16). He was taken to Caesarea and imprisoned for 2 years before he continued on to Rome in 60-62 AD.
Based on Acts 21:27-33.
It began in Antioch (18:23), then went to Salamis (13:5), then to Paphos (13:6), then Perga (13:13), then Antioch of Pisidia (13:14), then Iconium (13:51), then to Lystra (14:6-8) where Paul is stoned, then to Derbe (14:20), then back through Lystra (14:21) and Iconium (14:21) to Antioch of Pisidia (14:21), then down to Attalia (14:25), then back to Antioch (14:26).
It begins in Antioch (15:35) and goes through Issus, to Tarsus (15:41) (Paul's hometown), up through Derbe (16:1), then Lystra (16:1), then Iconium (16:2), then through Antioch of Pisidia (16:6), then to Troas (16:8), then through Samothrace (16:11), then through Neapolis (16:11), Philippi (16:12), and Amphipolis, then through Apollonia (17:1), then to Thessalonica (17:1), then through Berea (17:10), then down to Athens (17:15), then over to Corinth (18:1), then headed East to Cenchreae (18:18) and Ephesus (18:19), then through Ephesus (18:19) on the way to Caesarea (18:22), then headed down to Jerusalem (18:22), then returned to Antioch (18:22).
Heading out of Antioch (18:23), he went to Tarsus again (18:23), then through Ephesus (19:1), the Province of Asia (19:10,22), then through Macedonia (20:1), Greece (20:2), Philippi (20:6), Troas (20:6), Assos (20:13), Mitylene (20:14), Chios (20:15), Samos (20:15), Miletus (20:15), Kos (21:1), Rhodes (21:1), Patara (21:1), Tyre (21:3), Ptolemais (21:7), then to Caesarea (21:8), before reaching his final destination, Jerusalem (21:17).
Beginning in Jerusalem (21:17), he was brought to Antipatris (23:31), then Caesarea (23:33), before travelling to Adramyttium (27:2), Sidon (27:3), Myra (27:5), and Fair Havens in Crete (27:8). Then he was ship-wrecked on Malta (28:1), then went to Syracuse (28:12), Rhegium (28:13), Puteoli (28:13), Forum of Appius and Three Taverns (28:15), and then he was brought to Rome (28:16).
Written to the dispersed Jews after the Stoning of Stephen.
Written sometime around the Jerusalem council.
Written shortly after 1 Thessalonians while Paul was in Corinth.
Written while Paul was passing back through Macedonia.
Written while Paul was in Corinth.