Paul reckons that 40 days and 40 nights in the Ark should be no problem it'll be just like prison. Only with better mod cons. And animals. Paul's no stranger to a sea voyage he's travelled all over the world. He's been shipwrecked three times. He's gone adrift. He's faced pirates. He's um, well, let's just hope that this voyage works out a little better for our very own Biblical Danger Boy this time round.
Looking for news stories about Paul's mission onboard the Ark? Click the headlines below. Meanwhile, follow Paul's epistles during the voyage, post some fan mail and look at the questionnaire he dictated before ascending the gangplank. Also here is his original story from the Good Book, plus the books etc. where he plays a strategic role.
|Paul: swings when he's winning?
Paul's letter-writing talents are undoubted, but since entering the Ark, the edgy evangelist has also become a bit of a dab hand at crooning.
|Ark apostles for the plank
Simon Peter and Paul are both up for the plank, as the votes of their arkmates propelled them to the possibility of getting wet and salty.
|Paul admits to having fun
Paul is facing a new challenge, as he finally admits that some of his recent inappropriate behaviour onboard the Ark has been... er... fun.
|God in New Testament kind of mood
Paul paid a visit to the crow's nest tonight to ask God a question that's been plaguing him for ages. Is the Ark "a mission field?" the apostle asked.
|Paul's heavenly heart-to-heart
Paul took his first trip to the Crow's Nest yesterday and confided in God about his stormy relationship with Peter... and his feelings for Esther.
|Paul and Simon Peter face off
From Day 1 on the Ark our two New Testament theological giants took an immediate dislike to one another. "Man, Paul is driving me mad already... does he ever shut up??" asked Peter.