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I think it must clearly appear to you , that this kind of adoration of the Son is
perfectly consistent with the worship of the Father , and that the Father is ho .
noured in the Son . We will now see how the Apostles proceeded to act after their
He therefore considered this as a sign , that God accepted the Gentiles , and said
he should have thought it the * What I have given by way of Annotations and
Reflections to this section is ar . abstract of BishopSherlock's discourse on Acts , x
From Acts , Chap . xv . Paul and Barnabas continued a considerable time at
Antioch ; but a question arising among the brethren , whether circumcision was
necessary to salvation , a great dispute ensued , and Paul and Barnabas at
At what time he became is uncertain ; but we read in the book of the Acts , which
was written by himn , that he was a compa . nion and fellow - labourer with St.
Paul , whom he fol . lowed in all his dangers . He is supposed to have written his
We must therefore regard that part of sacred history which relates to the Acts of
the Apostles , and which follows the account of our Lord's ascension , as the
fulfilment of his repeated promises , that he would entreat the Father to send the
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