When Was Apostle Paul Born?

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Saul (Paul) Born in Tarsus Saul was born into an Israelite family of the tribe of Benjamin (Philippians 3:5) and was circumcised on the eighth day, in compliance with the law of God (Genesis 17:12, Leviticus 12:3, Philippians 3:5). Paul has at least one sister (Acts 23:16). The city of Tarsus is the capital of the Asia Minor province of Cilicia. Because the Roman Empire designated it as a free city, Saul was considered a free man and a Roman citizen (See Acts 22:25-29).
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Paul of Tarsus was born in Tarsus, Cilicia (now Turkey).
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