Timetable of Paul’s life

From:  Robert Jewett, A Chronology of Paul’s Life.
Philadelphia:  Fortress Press, 1979, pp. 99ff.,
and final chart inside back cover
ConversionOctober 3 or 8, 34
Three-Year TimespanOctober, 34— October, 37
Escape from AretasAugust—October, 37
First Jerusalem VisitOctober, 37
Fourteen-Year TimespanOctober, 37—October, 51
Paul’s Arrival in CorinthJanuary—February, 50
1 & 2 Thessalonians written50
Departure from CorinthAugust, 51
Ephesians writtenJanuary—July, 51
Apostolic ConferenceAugust—October, 51
Galatians written53
Philippians writtenEarly part of 55
Corinthian correspondenceSpring, 55—summer, 56
Imprisonment (“affliction in Asia,” 2 Cor 1:8) and writing of Philemon, ColossiansWinter, 55—56
Last of Corinthian letters written56
Missionizing “as far round as Illyricum” (Rom 15:19)Summer, 56
Romans writtenWinter 56—57
Departure from PhilippiApril 15, 57
Arrival in JerusalemJune, 57
Two-Year Caesarean ImprisonmentJune, 57—June, 59
Hearing before FestusMid-July, 59
Departure from Fair HavensOctober 15, 59
Three Months on MaltaNovember 59—February, 60
Arrival in RomeEarly March, 60
Execution of PaulMarch, 62
(This chronology leaves open the time frame from October, 51 to April, 57, for the travels and letter writing that can be reconstructed from the primary evidence in the Pauline epistles.)

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