The Apostles were the 12 closest followers of Jesus Christ, chosen by him to spread his teachings and baptize all nations. They are Peter, Andrew, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, James the son of Alphaeus, Simon the Zealot, Judas Iscariot and Matthias. The Apostles’ Creed is a statement of faith based on their teachings. They were sent out by Jesus to preach the gospel and carry out his mission.

Saint Luke

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Saint Luke

Story of Apostle Luke in the Bible, St. Luke is believed to be the author of the Gospel that bears his name as well as of the Acts of the Apostles.
The gospel of Luke focuses on the poor and oppressed, encouraging tenderness and compassion for the less fortunate.

Story of Paul in the Bible

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Apostle Paul Preaching on the Ruins

The story of Paul the apostle shares detailed insight into how Paul was a Greek-speaking Jew from Asia Minor. His birthplace, Tarsus, was a major city in eastern Cilicia, a region that had been made part of the Roman province of Syria by the time of Paul’s adulthood. Two of the main cities of Syria, Damascus, and Antioch, played a prominent part in his life and letters.

The position of Peter in the apostolic church

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Saint Peter Basilica Italy

It’s no secret that Peter is a controversial figure in Christianity. He allegedly denied Jesus three times, and some people say he can’t be trusted. But what if I told you that Peter was actually one of the most important figures in the apostolic church? It might surprise you to learn that he had a lot of authority among the early Christians. In this blog post, I’ll explore the role of Peter in the apostolic church and explain why he was such an important figure.

Biblical Judas

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Jesus and Judas

The story of Judas Iscariot, one of the Twelve disciples, is notorious for betraying Jesus. According to all four canonical gospels, Judas betrayed Jesus to the Sanhedrin in the Garden of Gethsemane by kissing him and addressing him as “rabbi” (teacher).

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