Berean Insights

Paul stayed in Corinth for some time after that, then said good-bye to the brothers and sisters and went to nearby Cenchrea. There he shaved his head according to Jewish custom, marking the end of a vow. (Acts 18:18)
Paul stayed in Corinth for some time after that, then said good-bye to the brothers and sisters and went to nearby Cenchrea. There he shaved his head according to Jewish custom, marking the end of a vow.  Then he set sail for Syria, taking Priscilla and Aquila with him
Paul’s first visit to Corinth was in AD50 and is covered by Acts 18:1-18.    Some believe that Paul made a second visit to Corinth around AD55 described in 1 Corinthians 4:19 and 1 Corinthians 16:5-8. 
Then Paul left Athens and went to Corinth. (Acts 18:1)   So Paul stayed there for the next year and a half, teaching the word of God. (Acts 18:11)  
 Then Paul left Athens and went to Corinth. (Acts 18:1) So Paul stayed there for the next year and a half, teaching the word of God. (Acts 18:11)
Then Paul left Athens and went to Corinth. (Acts 18:1)   So Paul stayed there for the next year and a half, teaching the word of God. (Acts 18:11)  
But when Gallio became governor of Achaia, some Jews rose up together against Paul and brought him before the governor for judgment. They accused Paul of “persuading people to worship God in ways that are contrary to our law.”
But when Gallio became governor of Achaia, some Jews rose up together against Paul and brought him before the governor for judgment. They accused Paul of “persuading people to worship God in ways that are contrary to our law.”
And after Silas and Timothy came down from Macedonia, Paul spent all his time preaching the word. He testified to the Jews that Jesus was the Messiah. But when they opposed and insulted him, Paul shook the dust from his clothes and said, “Your blood is upon your own heads—I am innocent. From now on I will go preach to the Gentiles.”