In this final episode, we retrace our footsteps across the map of ancient history. We take a seat in the Roman Colosseum and discuss the grave implications of Emperor Claudius’ lust for the brutality of his gladiator games. We then jump back in the Mini Cooper and speed through Greece, straight up the cliffs of the legendary Mount Parnassus, to pay a visit to the Oracle at Delphi. We observe the ripple effects of the Apostle Paul’s speech in Athens. We return to Turkey and dig deeper into the impact of Polycarp’s death on the spread of Christianity, and reconnect with the Apostle Paul to unravel some Biblical teachings in the area. We end by examining the expansion of Christianity in Western Civilization. We look at the defining qualities of the Christian faith -- the dignity of the individual, equality for all people, and a new foundation for morals based on the teachings of Jesus Christ – that changed the world and eventually formed the bedrock for the founding of America.