Freedom is set in St. Paul, Minnesota, and Franzen is a native of a St. Louis suburb.
Those rollicking Republican weeks after the St. Paul Convention when Sarah Palin was the Us Weekly pinup girl seem a century ago.
However, St. Peter referred to the “kiss of charity,” and St. Paul wrote, “Salute one another with a holy kiss.”
There, she graduated from public high school and attended Hamline University, a small, private liberal arts school in St. Paul.
Right before the Court was to hear the case, St. Paul withdrew its petition.
Every week in London there was a folkmote at St. Paul's churchyard, where majority decision was a tradition.
It was what Christianity added to these that made him St. Paul.
We had strolled as far as St. Paul's and had now returned as far as Trinity.
But St. Paul was as eager about this as about the first impressions.
St. Paul condensed the philosophy of Hebrew history into a metaphor.
masc. proper name, Biblical name of the apostle to the Gentiles, from Latin Paulum (nominative Paulus), Roman surname of the Aemilian gens, literally "small," from PIE *pau-ro-lo-, from base *pau- (1) "few, little" (see few). Cf. Old French Pol, Italian Paolo, Spanish Pablo, Russian Pavel.
originally the name of the river, from Dakota (Siouan) mnisota, literally "cloudy water, milky water," from mni "river, stream" + sota "slightly clouded." As the name of a U.S. territory from 1849 (admitted as a state 1858). Related: Minnesotan.
Ancient Christian preacher and teacher; along with the Apostle Peter, one of the foremost leaders of the early Christian Church. Paul, originally called Saul, was at first an enemy and persecutor of the early Christians. As he rode to Damascus one day, seeking to suppress the Christians there, a strong light from heaven blinded him, and God spoke to him; after this experience, Saul became a Christian. Going by the Greek name Paul, he spent the rest of his life bringing the gospel to the peoples of the ancient world. The New Testament includes his many epistles (letters) to the early Christian communities.