Acts of the Apostles: Paul's Journeys

Acts of the Apostles: Paul's Journeys

Course Description: Aside from its religious content, the Acts of the Apostles offers a fascinating account of geography, travel, customs, and life in the eastern Mediterranean in the mid first century AD, through the lens of Paul's Journeys. We will begin with Paul's story in ch. 12. Luke's Greek is considered some of the best and purest in the New Testament.


Level: Intermediate.

Textbook: The Acts of the Apostles: The Greek Text with Introduction and Commentary. Fredrick Fyvie Bruce, 1990. (Available on Amazon)

Sections capped at: 5 students. If the course is sold-out, please fill out this waiting-list form.

Wednesdays, 8:00pm U.S. Eastern Time


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David J. White

David J. White is a Senior Lecturer in Classics at Baylor University, where he teaches Latin and other Classics courses. He has degrees from the University of Florida, Penn, Kent State, and the University of Akron. He works on Columella and other Golden and Silver Age Latin writers. He is active in the living Latin community and from 2018-2022 was the Latin Orator for the Classical Association of the MIddle West and South. He has delivered several papers in Latin at Paideia's Living Latin in NYC and taught for Telepaideia since 2020.