Who Moved the Stone? - Chapter 10: The Evidence of the Principal Fisherman Summary & Analysis

Albert Henry Ross
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Chapter 10: The Evidence of the Principal Fisherman Summary and Analysis

There are three men who could provide conclusive testimony in this matter. Peter was the unchallenged leader of the Christian movement for several years. Like the other two men, James the Just and Saul from Tarsus, they ultimately suffered from their convictions. In a way, Peter was an unexpected leader to emerge. He had been rebuked by Jesus himself for not savoring "the things that be of God" (p. 119). Then of course there was Peter's infamous denial of Jesus after his arrest. But Peter had his good points. He was loyal and lovable. He had a hair-trigger temper but was quick to acknowledge when he was wrong.

Peter was a fisherman by trade and and had a simplicity of character. There is no evidence of his intellectual brilliance. But...

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