Apostolos Pavlos, known in the western world and as Saint Pavlos born Saul (Saul, see Acts 7:58, 8: 3 etc.), (Tarsus, Cilicia early 1st century (5-15 AD) .) - Rome 66-68 AD), was a Saint and author of about half of the books of the New Testament. He was one of the most important figures of the early days of Christianity, a supporter of the universality of the Teaching of Jesus. For this reason, he received the name "Apostolos ton Ethnon".