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Music. 33 AD. Forty days after his resurrection, Jesus Christ descends into heaven. He leaves behind eleven apostles, commissioning them to make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. There were only 500 disciples in the world, all of them located in the remote Roman province of Judea. This is the story of how the gospel spread from five hundred disciples in Jerusalem to the whole world. Nine days after the Ascension, on the day of Pentecost, the Twelve Apostles are praying together with Mary, the mother of Jesus. Suddenly, the Holy Spirit descends upon them and Peter preaches to the people of Jerusalem. Three thousand people are converted, and the church is born. People from all across the known world are present in Jerusalem to hear Peter's speech. In Acts 8, Philip, while in Gaza, shares the gospel with the eunuch of the royal court of Ethiopia. The eunuch believes the gospel and is baptized. He returns to Ethiopia to spread the good news. Philip continues his preaching in Caesarea Maritima on the Mediterranean coast. In Acts 11, persecuted disciples in Jerusalem flee as far as Phoenicia, Cyprus, and Antioch, where they spread the gospel. Antioch is the third largest city in the Roman Empire, after Rome and Alexandria. In Acts 13 and 14, Paul and Barnabus spread the gospel in Cyprus, Pamphylia, and southern Galatia. Following the Council of Jerusalem in Acts 15, Paul sets out on his second missionary journey from Antioch, preaching the gospel in his native Silesia before moving on to Macedonia and Greece. On his return home, he visits Ephesus, the largest city in the Roman province of Asia (modern-day Turkey) and the fourth largest city in the Roman Empire. In Acts...