One service which the dispersion rendered to Christianity has been illustrated by the scene at Pisidian Antioch.
The scene in the synagogue at Pisidian Antioch is typical of what happened again and again.
Both at Pisidian Antioch and at Athens, he hastened on to the resurrection.
Termessus is a Pisidian city situated very near and immediately above Cibyra.
Paul himself quoted that passage in his speech at Pisidian Antioch.
At Pisidian Antioch, as regularly in the cities that he visited, Paul entered first into the synagogue.
The city was, therefore, a natural fortress, able to resist the frequent attacks of the warlike Pisidian mountaineers.