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Major Events in Jewish History to the First Century AD
Summary of major New Testament Christian Leaders
Peter was one of the first, and major disciples. Peter's original name was the Heb. Simon. His fathers name was Jonah. He worked as a fisherman at the two places of which he took residence: Beth-saida and Capernaum in Galilee. At these places he was in contact with the gentiles. He was probably effected by John the Baptist's movement.
He was often the spokesperson for all the of the followers and friends. Before Pentecost it was Peter who took the lead role of educating the people and preaching the word of the bible. The church had made a large impact on the community, but it was Peter that was seen to be the hero and leader. He also was the first apostle to be associated with the Gentiles. At that time in history this move was bound to draw him a lot of criticism. Despite this criticism Peter with some support from his friends was able to make some progress in the acceptance of other racial groups.
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- Major Events in Jewish History to the First Century AD
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