If you're interested in the Apostle Paul's cities, ports and generally in his Missionary Journeys in Greece, Asia Minor and the surrounding Mediterranean countries, then this site has been created for you.
We are taking this study even further by presenting the routes that connect the Pauline cities mentioned in Acts. This task is being pushed forward through arduous preparation and traveling endless miles by boat, car and on foot.
Sections of Roman roads, way stations, bridges, gorges, valleys, river crossings, rugged paths, cities built by Alexander the Great, ancient springs, pagan sanctuaries, remains of synagogues, man-made and natural monuments, churches and monasteries which echo Paul's travels, everything is being meticulously studied and recorded.
Use the Missionary Journeys tabs or the Harmony Chart to start your exploration. These are the left-brain sections.
Check out our Fine Art Prints online store to smell the aroma of the project.
Online shop and order infos:
There are 16 printing centers all over the United states, Canada, Australia and Europe. When you place an order, it is automatically routed to your nearest one so that shipping costs are minimized and delivery times speeded up. All products are manufactured within 2 -3 business days.
You can order museum-quality canvas, wood or acrylic prints, metal prints on 1/16" thick aluminum or just posters (with different mats and frames if desired). Each poster includes a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The store link directs you to the "St. Paul's Routes" poster collection, there are however other collections too. Once you are on the store page, use the red "Collections" button on top to browse and order images from other ongoing projects.
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