Fate of 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 hanged
himself.

  1. Peter was crucified head down in Rome, 66 A.D.
  2. Andrew was bound to death. He preached until his death in 74 A.D.
  3. James, son of Zebedee, was beheaded in Jerusalem by the sword. (Acts 12:1-9).
  4. John was banished to the Isle of Patmos, 96 A.D. (Rev. 1- 9).
  5. Phillip was crucified at Heirapole, Phryga, 52 A.D.
  6. Bartholomew was beaten, crucified, then beheaded by the command of a king, 52 A.D.
  7. Thomas was run through by a lance at Corehandal, East Indies, 52 A.D.
  8. Matthew was slain by the sword in the city of Ethiopia about 60 A.D.
  9. James son of Alphaeus, was thrown from a pinnacle, then beaten to death, 60 A.D.
  10. Thaddeus was shot to death by arrows, 72 A.D.
  11. 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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