Lesson 3 - Paul's Arrival and Ministry in Thessalonica

Mar 17, 2024    Matthew Allen

The middle part of the first century found the Greco-Roman world saturated with all sorts of religious cults and systems of philosophy. With the advancement of Roman roads and merchant trade, eastern traditions merged with the West, combining principles of piety and morality with superstition and license. It appears these false teachers were on the verge of having success. So, Paul spends a little time asserting that when he and his group of teachers came to them, it was with the highest standards of morality and authenticity.