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The Watchers - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... the only other time it is used in the New Testament (Acts 19:29,31). It is sobering, as well as surprising, to realize that Christians—especially Christian leaders—are on a stage, as it were, being carefully watched by an...
Acts 19:29
... the whole city was filled with confusion: and having caught Gaius and Aristarchus, men of Macedonia, Paul's companions in travel, they rushed with one accord into the...
Acts 27:2: Aristarchus - Study Note
... Aristarchus. Aristarchus (Acts 19:29), as well as Luke, traveled with Paul on this long voyage from Caesarea to Rome. Possibly they were acting as Paul’s servants, as this would help assure more considerate treatment of Paul. As a Roman...
Tackling Charges of Biblical Inconsistency: Putting the Pieces Together to Form the Big Picture - Article
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - ... to study God's Word with great care. (See 2 Timothy 2:15 and Acts 17:11.) Morgan, D. Bible Inconsistencies: Bible Contradictions? Posted on, accessed May 14, 2010. Ironically, those who reject Christ as Creator...
1 Corinthians 4:9: spectacle - Study Note
... occurrence in the New Testament, this word is so translated (Acts 19:29,31). It is sobering, as well as amazing, to realize that Christians—especially Christian leaders, such as Paul and the apostles—are on a stage, as it were, being...
Colossians 4:10: Aristarchus - Study Note
... Aristarchus. See Acts 19:29; 20:4; 27:2; Philemon 24. In Colossians 4:7-17, Paul mentions more people by name than in any other epistle except in Romans 16:1-23. If any should wonder why these personal references should be included in a...
Ephesians 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
as the record goes, Paul spent almost three years in Ephesus (Acts 18:18-21; 19), longer than any other place after he started his missionary ministries. A strong church was established there, and Timothy was eventually sent there by Paul as its...
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