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Acts 17: Logic and Reason Prevail

In the Book of Acts, Chapter 17 we see Paul preaching the gospel first to the Jews in Thessalonica, and then to the Greeks in Athens (which I will speak about in more detail later).   174 more words


Bring Your Story

A sermon preached at Niles Discovery Church, Fremont, California,
on Sunday, October 14, 2018, by the Rev. Jeffrey Spencer.
Scriptures:  Acts 17:16-31and Matthew 28:1-10… 2,131 more words


Your Own Poets — Greetings from Greece, Part 3

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When the Apostle Paul found himself in Athens with time to kill, he did what anyone would do: he took in the sights. 53 more words


Sometimes we just have to just walk …….

Sometimes we just have to just walk …….

Act 17:22 Then Paul stood in the midst of Mars’ hill, and said, Ye men of Athens, I perceive that in all things ye are too superstitious. 1,208 more words

Inspirational Thought

Should believers argue in defense of the faith?

Here is a short article explaining why its proper for believers to argue and debate in defence of the faith, an expanded version of this very article complete with scriptural references and references to the works of other apologists will be made available soon. 758 more words

Acts 17:22-31 -- Paul at the Areopagus

My last Forbidden Bible Verses post on Acts 17:16-21 discussed Paul’s time in Athens. Various philosophers invited him to address the Areopagus.

They were intrigued by this notion of Jesus and the Resurrection, which they thought were a god and a goddess, respectively. 1,644 more words


Forbidden Bible Verses -- Acts 17:16-21

The three-year Lectionary that many Catholics and Protestants hear in public worship gives us a great variety of Holy Scripture.

Yet, it doesn’t tell the whole story. 2,833 more words