Who Moved the Stone? - Chapter 12: The Evidence of the Man from Tarsus Summary & Analysis

Albert Henry Ross
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Chapter 12: The Evidence of the Man from Tarsus Summary and Analysis

The most believable witness is always an impartial one. Saul from Tarsus came to Jerusalem right when Christianity was struggling under its adversaries. He was a Hebrew who was well-educated and had traveled widely. He took the side of the priests who were trying to suppress the movement. But in the end, he joined in the Christian movement. When Saul came to Jerusalem Christianity was growing rapidly. Contrary to some speculation that the High Priests did nothing to stop the spread of Christianity, there are references to their intervention and to the constant debates and arguments among the people. Saul was also known as Paul and the names are interchangeable.

Saul was probably well-informed of the controversies that consumed Jerusalem at the time of his arrival. Saul...

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