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The incident at Antioch was an Apostolic Age dispute between the apostles Paul and Peter which occurred in the city of Antioch around the middle of the first century. Dunn proposes that Peter was a "bridge-man" between the opposing views of Paul and James the brother of Jesus. The inclusion of Gentiles into early Christianity posed a problem for the Jewish identity of some of the early Christians:    the new Gentile converts were neither required to be circumcised nor to observe the Mosaic Law. Around the same time period, the subject of Gentiles and the Torah was also debated among the Tannaitic rabbis as recorded in the Talmud. This resulted in the doctrine of the Seven Laws of Noah , to be followed by Gentiles, as well as the determination that "Gentiles may not be taught the Torah.
Having fallen, therefore, into great grief and much despondency, they said among themselves: "It does not please him that he alone has afflicted all our brethren and parents in Judaea and Samaria, and in all Palestine; and he has not been pleased with these, but, behold, he comes here also, having through imposition asked Caesar to destroy us. Having therefore made an assembly against Paul, and having considered many proposals, it seemed good to them to go to Nero the emperor, to ask him not to allow Paul to come to Rome. Having therefore got in readiness not a few presents, and having carried them with them, with supplication they came before him, saying: "We beseech thee, O good emperor, send orders into all the governments of your worship, to the effect that Paul is not to come near these parts; because this Paul, having afflicted all the nation of our fathers, has been seeking to come hither to destroy us also. And the affliction, O most worshipful emperor, which we have from Peter is enough for us. And the Emperor Nero, having heard these things, answered them: "It is according to your wish. And we write to all our governments that he shall not on any account come to anchor in the parts of Italy. But we have believed, and do believe, that as God does not separate the two great lights [sun and moon] which He has made, so He is not to part you from each other
The author has read the Acts of John very carefully, and modelled his language upon them. However, he was not so unorthodox as Leucius, though his language about the Person of our Lord ch. The length of the book as given by the Stichometry of Nicephorus was 2, lines-fifty lines less than the canonical Acts. The portions we have may be about the length of St. Mark's Gospel; and about 1, lines may be wanting.
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Acts and the Gospel of Luke make up a two-part work, Luke—Acts , by the same anonymous author, usually dated to around 80—90 AD, although some experts now suggest 90— Acts continues the story of Christianity in the 1st century , beginning with the ascension of Jesus to Heaven. The early chapters, set in Jerusalem , describe the Day of Pentecost the coming of the Holy Spirit and the growth of the church in Jerusalem. Initially, the Jews are receptive to the Christian message, but later they turn against the followers of Jesus. Rejected by the Jews, the message is taken to the Gentiles under the guidance of the Apostle Peter.
Eastman Richard I. Pervo David L. David Eastman has performed a valuable service for early church historians, students of hagiography, critics of early Christian literature, and those who labor in the gnarled thickets of Christian apocrypha. Most of the translations are the first English version based upon a sound critical text. In addition are about twenty-five relevant patristic citations. Eastman has the knack of writing concise and lucid introductions that identify the leading issues. His general introduction elucidates three important functions of Christian apocrypha: identity formation, worship, and ecclesiastical politics xviii—xxii.
Peter died ca. The two met while they were listening to a sermon by St. John the Baptist.
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Беккер посмотрел вниз, на свои ноги. До апельсиновых деревьев не меньше ста метров. Никаких шансов.
Поэтому он решил уничтожить это чудовище в одиночку.
Мир опять замер. Три… три… три… 238 минус 235. Разница равна трем. Он медленно потянул к себе микрофон. В то же самое мгновение Сьюзан опять бросила взгляд на руку Танкадо, на этот раз посмотрев не на кольцо… не на гравировку на золоте, а на… его пальцы. Три пальца. Дело было вовсе не и кольце, a в человеческой плоти.
У нее даже перехватило дыхание. Почему. Сьюзан охватила паника. Она быстро проверила отчет программы в поисках команды, которая могла отозвать Следопыта, но ничего не обнаружила. Складывалось впечатление, что он отключился сам по. Сьюзан знала, что такое могло произойти только по одной причине - если бы в Следопыте завелся вирус. Вирусы были самой большой неприятностью, с которой сталкивались в своей работе программисты.
Новые обязанности Сьюзан были засекречены, в том числе и для многих людей в высших эшелонах власти.