He says he knew someone who went to heaven, but the rest of the passage implies Paul was humbly talking about himself, and the most likely timing for his visit to that blessed place is when he was stoned at Lystra.  He may have actually died, and this may also have to do with his thorn in the flesh being an aftereffect of that stoning.  Just because he was resurrected doesn’t mean all his wounds were healed.

(I.C.: For our next question, Kimmy is going to recycle the picture of Nathan the Prophet to suit her own lesson.)

And this is a problem why?

-Because I said so-

-I’m just joshin’-

-How utterly lazy-

-Be glad I only gave 4 options-

That’s not a quiz question, and you’re not funny, I. C..

(Romana: Those choices aren’t even hyperlinked.  Nobody was fooled, child.)

(I.C.: Bleh to your humor, too!)

I’m sorry, quizzer, but if you will ignore her, I will give your real question now.

(Romana: I had no part in that.  Please don’t blame me.)

Okay, which church did Paul point out in chapter 8 for helping him financially?

-Philippi-

-Thessalonica-

-Macedonia-

-Jerusalem-