How Did Saint Paul Become a Christian?

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Paul, according to the Bible, became a Christian after meeting with Jesus Christ on his way to Damascus to persecute the disciples of Jesus in Jerusalem. He was previously called Saul but changed after becoming blind for sometime and a servant of God called Ananias restored his sight.
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St Paul had a vision of Jesus on the road to Damascus (where he was traveling to persecute Christians) This vision left him temporally blind and converted him to Christianity.
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Before the arrival of the Minnesota Twins in 1961, there was a long
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Most notably, he followed Jesus' command to continually preach to all who would listen. Matthew 28:19,20--Go therefore and make disciples of people of all the nations, baptizing them
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it depends on who you ask. according to the Bible, Paul became a "saint" when he converted because the Bible refers to believers as saints. "Lord," Ananias answered
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