We continue to trace the timeline of Christianity from East to West. We explore the streets of ancient Corinth, a port city bustling with life, trade, and immorality. We take a glimpse into the daily life of the Apostle Paul during his months in Corinth, experience the extreme corruption Christians struggled to escape in the city, and witness Paul’s trial unfold. We read passages of the impassioned letter Paul wrote to the Corinthian church and dissect its historical accuracy. We finish with an analysis of the engineering feat known as the Corinth Canal and its revolutionary impact on trade.