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Działalność misjonarska św. Piotra poza Palestyną w świetle literatury nowotestamentowej

Franciszek Mickiewicz

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21697/ct.2019.89.3.03

Abstrakt


In this article an attempt is made at answering the question of where
Peter was able to stay and act. It considers the time from when Peter left
Jerusalem in the year 42 (Acts 12:17) to his arrival in Rome. The analysis
of Galatians 2:11-14 leads to the conclusion that after the Jerusalem Council
he certainly spent some time in Antioch. It is possible that during his many
years of travel he reached the northern regions of Asia Minor. We find
reminiscence of this in 1 Peter 1:1. Later, on the way to Rome, he probably
visited Christians in Corinth as can be seen in 1 Corinthians 12:9,5. These
texts allow the supposition that, after leaving Jerusalem, Peter became an
itinerant apostle, led extensive missionary activity, and, through personal
contacts with Christian communities, obtained great authority among them.

Słowa kluczowe


św. Piotr; apostolstwo; podróże misyjne

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