Paul Walker died from injuries sustained in an automobile accident on Nov. 30, 2013. He was a passenger in a car driven by his racing team partner Roger Rodas, who also died as a result of the accident.
St. Paul was born in Tarsus, which is now Turkey, and was named Saul. He persecuted Christians and participated in the stoning of Stephen, the first Christian martyr. While traveling, Saul's famous conversion to Christianity occurred, after which he was known as Paul. He traveled widely, preaching a
The total cost for tuition and registration for Paul Mitchell school is $17,500, as of 2015. This price includes most of the costs associated with the school; the exact price may vary slightly by location or be subject to change.
The apostle Paul likely died of decapitation due to a beheading by the Romans. While there are no definitive records of Paul's death, decapitation is the commonly accepted reasoning of death.
Scholars estimate that Paul the Apostle was between 62 and 68 years old when he died. Though the Bible does not record how Paul died, Ignatius of Antioch stated that Paul was martyred. Traditionally, it is believed that he was beheaded in Rome around AD 64.
Paul is traditionally considered to have authored 14 of the 27 books of the New Testament in the Bible. His authorship of seven of the 14 books is universally accepted, but debate remains about the rest.
The Blue Paul terrier is an extinct dog breed that is believed to have originated from Scotland. It was used as a fighting dog in its home country and in the United States. It is unknown how this breed went extinct.
As of 2014, Rand Paul is a junior United States Senator for the state of Kentucky who was elected in 2010 and has remained in office since 2011. In the Senate, Senator Paul serves on the Foreign Relations, Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, Homeland Security and Government Affairs, and Small Bus
Paul Harvey's stories deal with a range of topics, including George Crum, the inventor of the potato chip, and Sam Houston, a commander during the Battle of Jacinto during the Texas Revolution. Another of Harvey's stories explores John Pemberton, the man who created Coca-Cola.
Popular Paul Harvey stories include "So God Made a Farmer," "If I Were the Devil" and "The Man and the Birds." A collection of Harvey's stories, "Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story," came out in 1984.