Could someone provide me with a list containing the apostles/disciples and where they went?

e.g, St Thomas went to evangelize the East

4 Answers

  • jeni
    Lv 7
    8 years ago
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    I have them all listed, 8 rows of 12 each and much more, but I do not know

    where they went.

    Row 1.

    01. Peter

    02. James

    03. John

    04. Andrew

    05. Philip.

    06. Bartholomew

    07. Matthew

    08. James 2.

    09. Jude

    10. Simeom

    11. Thomas

    12. Matthias

    Source(s): Bible. Bible Study.
  • Sídhe
    Lv 7
    8 years ago

    According to Christian tradition, the original twelve picked by Jesus:

    - Peter, crucified upside-down in Rome c. AD 64.

    - James, son of Zebedee was beheaded in AD 44, first of the twelve to die (since the addition of Matthias)

    - John, son of Zebedee, no biblical record of death, he is believed to have died of natural causes due to old age. Members of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints believe that John was immortalized and he will live to see the Second Coming of Christ

    - Andrew, Peter's brother, was crucified upon a diagonal or X-shaped cross.

    - Philip was crucified in AD 54.

    - Bartholomew (also known as Nathaniel) was flayed alive (skinned) and then beheaded; some sources locate his death at Derbend on the Caspian Sea.

    - Matthew killed by an axe in AD 60.

    - Thomas was killed by a spear in Mylapore, Madras, India in AD 72.

    - James, son of Alphaeus, stoned at age 90 then clubbed to death.

    - Jude was clubbed to death then beheaded

    - Simon the Zealot was sawn in half in AD 74.

    - Judas Iscariot, according to Matthew, hanged himself after betraying Jesus. In Acts, he is described as falling in a field and bursting open.

  • 8 years ago

    there is no definitive list of the apostles ... the bible can't even agree with itself on THAT ...

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    you are ion the internet, look up your own homework

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