Paul (Hebrew name: Saul) was an apostle of Jesus Christ and the author of most of the New Testament.
Luke was a Gentile physician who accompanied Paul on his travels and wrote the third gospel and Acts.
Acts 18 records Paul’s first visit to Corinth. Understanding Paul’s relationship to the Corinthian church is crucial to understanding his letters to Corinth.
While Miriam was more focused on getting glory than on doing good, Barnabas was more focused on doing good than on getting glory and in the process he changed the world.
In Acts 16, when Luke reports on the conversion of two locals, he tells us that Paul baptized their entire households. Why would Paul baptize an entire household?