Acts 26: 1-8 (Part 49)

5Aug

Acts-02.jpgPaul appealed his case to Caesar Augustus.  The Roman governor, Festus determined that Paul had committed nothing worthy of death. King Agrippa tries Paul in order to come up with a charge that Paul can be used against him in Rome.  Mark Horton has some interesting insights into one of the charges made concerning the resurrection.  Paul asks King Agrippa, "Why should it be thought by you that God raises the dead?"
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