Paul Brought Before the Sanhedrin, and Felix (Acts 23-24)

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In Jerusalem, Paul wisely divides the Sanhedrin by bringing up the doctrine of the bodily resurrection of the dead, a belief which still remains controversial. After being transferred to Caesarea, Paul frightens the Roman governor when speaking to him about “righteousness, self-control and the judgement to come”. We close by exploring the meaning of “righteousness”, a critical term used by Paul and the apostles that is often misunderstood by Christians today.

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Teaching Notes - Acts 23-24

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