What statement did Paul make concerning his faith and manner of worship?
"But this I confess unto thee, that after the way which they call heresy, so worship I the God of my fathers,
believing all things which are written in the law and in the prophets." Acts 24: 14.
NOTE - The charges against Stephen and Paul were not based upon any violation of the moral
law, but upon their teaching concerning the ceremonial law; and Paul's admission that he was guilty of
what they called heresy meant simply that he differed from them as to the obligation to observe any longer
the precepts of the law which was imposed upon them "until the time of reformation." The simple fact that
such charges were preferred against these able exponents and teachers of the gospel shows that in their
view the ceremonial law had been abolished by the death of Christ.
When man first transgressed, what was done to prevent him from living for ever in sin?
How fully are we thus united with Christ in His experience of death and resurrection?
By what means did Herod seek to destroy Christ?
How was Joseph regarded by his father?
What must take place before the dead can praise God?
Where are the dead when they hear the voice of Christ calling them to life?
What did Christ learn through suffering?
Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle