Pilgrimage with Paul

A Biblical & Spiritual Journey

WEDNESDAYS, 6:30-8 PM, ROOM 356

Paul is the most significant figure in the historical development of Christianity. A missionary, theologian, and religious genius, his epistles are the earliest documents of the New Testament and the foundation on which subsequent Christian theology was established.

This class, taught by Lewis Galloway and John Franke, will introduce the life and thought of Paul through an examination of his letters. This is an ideal opportunity to grow in your knowledge of the New Testament as well as your understanding of the Christian faith. Join us on this pilgrimage with Paul in preparation for Easter.


NOTE: The sessions will be streamed live and available “on-demand” on this page for those who are unable to attend regularly on Wednesday evenings. Please bookmark SecondChurch.org/Paul for easy navigation.


The “5 Good Books” recommended by Dr. Franke are available in the library or can be ordered at the first class on January 24.


January 31: Week 1 - Introduction

Powerpoint Slides | Handouts: Paul (one sentence) | Life of Paul: Timeline


February 7: Week 2 - 1 Thessalonians

Powerpoint Slides


February 14: Ash Wednesday (No Class)


February 21: Week 3 -  1 & 2 Corinthians


February 28: Week 4 - Galatians


March 7: Week 5 - Philippians & Philemon


March 14: Week 6 - Romans 1-8


March 21: Week 7 - Romans 9-16