After a short time in Athens, Paul hit the road again. His next stop was Corinth, the capital city of Achaia Province. Corinth was a pretty immoral place, filled with pagan temples and idols. Dave explores the accounts of Paul working and teaching in the city, investigating a number of artifacts that support the Biblical record. Although the Corinthian Jews brought charges against Paul, the proconsul of the region ruled in his favor, and Paul was able to preach in peace. He spent a year and a half in Corinth before leaving the city and retuning to Antioch, thus ending his second missionary journey through the Roman Empire.