Christ's 12 Apostles
Have you ever wondered what happened to Christ's twelve
apostles after the crucifixion?
Immediately after the death of the Lord on the cross, they
were reduced to a pathetic, frightened group of eleven, Judas the traitor having
- Peter was crucified head down in Rome, 66 A.D.
- Andrew was bound to death. He preached until his death
in 74 A.D.
- James, son of Zebedee, was beheaded in Jerusalem by the
sword. (Acts 12:1-9).
- John was banished to the Isle of Patmos, 96 A.D. (Rev.
- Phillip was crucified at Heirapole, Phryga, 52 A.D.
- Bartholomew was beaten, crucified, then beheaded by the
command of a king, 52 A.D.
- Thomas was run through by a lance at Corehandal, East
Indies, 52 A.D.
- Matthew was slain by the sword in the city of Ethiopia
about 60 A.D.
- James son of Alphaeus, was thrown from a pinnacle, then
beaten to death, 60 A.D.
- Thaddeus was shot to death by arrows, 72 A.D.
- Simon was crucified in Persia, 74 A.D.
All died at the hands of wicked men, except for John, who
was promised that he would not taste of death.
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