So far in our study of Acts, we have seen the apostles speak primarily to Jews, who had the benefit of years of Old Testament background that provided a framework of understanding for how Jesus fit into God's plan of salvation. This morning, however, we see Paul and Barnabas enter a town inhabited largely by people with practically no exposure to the Bible. In fact, their roots are deeply entrenched in Greek and Roman mythology, and things quickly get a bit crazy for the apostles. How will Paul and Barnabas approach the gospel differently for the non-Jewish crowd? And what implications does this have for our call as believers to share the good news when we encounter people with no Biblical background? We're glad you've joined us to study this interesting passage today.
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