Paul in Athens (Acts 17, 22-23) - Illustration

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Upload date:October 17, 2013

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'So Paul stood before the Areopagus and said, aMen of Athens, I see that you are very religious in all respects. For as I went around and observed closely your objects of worship, I even found an altar with this inscription: aETo an unknown god.aa Therefore what you worship without knowing it, this I proclaim to you. (Acts, Chapter 17, 22-23). Woodcut after a drawing by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld (German painter, 1794 - 1872) from my archive, published in 1877.'
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