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Episode 036 | Acts 17: Wiseguys and Watchmen

October 11th, 2016

What should you do when you’re wronged, how do you deal with a difficult boss and what does it actually mean to actually be a good person? This week Pastor Matt, Justin and Stephanie talk through Acts 17 and answer your follow-up questions.

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Voting & Politics Q&A Show

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  • (6:22) Did Paul act pridefully?
  • (8:40) Does the sabbath have to be on Saturday?
  • (12:15) How do I deal with my tough boss?
  • (14:28) How do I make tough decisions?
  • (17:09) Who are the Watchmen?
  • (19:30) Why don't Christians celebrate Jewish holidays?
  • (22:47) What scriptures showed the necessity of Christ's suffering?
  • (26:48) Were some towns more open-minded than others?
  • (30:06) What made Athens so different?
  • (32:25) Why don't they understand?
  • (34:29) Who was this high council?
  • (37:23) Why does Paul have such a cool demeanor?
  • (39:32) Why isn't Paul quoting scripture?
  • (42:14) What does it mean to "feel their way towards him?"
  • (43:53) What does it mean that "God overlooked people's ignorance?"
  • (47:47) Why did the council cut Paul off?


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