On April 17, pilgrims from Trinity left for Greece and Rome to follow in the footsteps of the Apostle Paul. Follow along to see what they see on their journey. Retrace their steps on Days 2-3 and Day 4.
Day 5: April 21
The pilgrims visit Delphi.
En route to the Oracle of Delphi, Professor Michael Battle reflects on St. Paul’s wise and respectful missionary techniques, as he translated the Good News in a context of complext syncretism.
On our travels in Paul’s foosteps, we take time to reflect on the mind of Paul and his encouragement to the church, in light of our present pilgrim calling.
The Charioteer of Delphi
Inscription that mentions Gallio the Roman Senator who is mentioned in Acts:18:12-17.
Our guide Zina shows the Trinity Pilgrims the ancient inscription noting Gallio, the Roman official who dismissed charges against the apostle Paul as mentioned in Acts 18.
The ancient theatre at Delphi
Ruins of the temple of Apollo at Delphi
Melinda and Penny near the Oracle of Delphi
The ruins of the Agora at Delphi
Our guide in Greece, Zina tells the group about the ruins of the Agora—or market—at ancient Delphi.
Join the pilgrims on Day 6 of their journey.