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Unformatted text preview: with your teaching and you are determined to bring this man’s blood upon us” Acts 5:28. The boldness displayed by Peter had its repercussions. Peter was arrested and flogged because he preached the word of God in Jerusalem. Peter continued leading by example and setting the precedent for Apostles to come. When Paul is placed on trial by King Agrippa he never looses sight of his fate even in the midst of possible death. Paul simply states his reason for passing through and there was never and intent of harm or corruption. From here on Paul’s luck begins to run dry. On his returning trip to Rome he is shipwrecked. Peter and Paul live to spread the word of Christ’s life and resurrection. Both Apostles find trouble and both manage to be saved miraculously. Their stories are ever-present remainders to live life without thinking of the repercussions....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 123 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Spring '08 term at Rhodes.
- Spring '08