Section 6: The Bema

The Gallio Inscription from the Museum of Delphi. If you look carefully (and know Koine Greek!) you can see Gallio's name. This inscription allows us to date Gallio's proconsulship and, hence, Paul's ministry in Corinth.

The Gallio Inscription from the Museum of Delphi. If you look carefully (and know Koine Greek!) you can see Gallio's name. This inscription allows us to date Gallio's proconsulship and, hence, Paul's ministry in Corinth.

Summer/Fall, a.d. 51

But when Gallio became governor of Achaia, some Jews rose in concerted action against Paul and brought him before the governor for judgment.

(Acts 18:9-11, niv)


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