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Acts 19: 21-41

Reading Acts in Easter
Reading Acts in Easter
Acts 19: 21-41
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In this episode we read Acts 19: 21-41. Gaius and Aristarchus, Macedonians who were Paul’s companions, are brought before a crowd in Ephesus to explain their preaching. Alexander speaks to the crowd making it clear that everyone knows that the city of the Ephesians is temple keeper of the great Artemis. He says that neither man can be accused of being sacrilegious nor a blasphemer of their Goddess. He cautions them not to incite further rioting.

Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible. The book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.

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Reading Acts in Easter is a full reading of the ‘Acts of the Apostles’, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday throughout the season, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.

The Book of Acts, written by St Luke, gives an account of the early church after Christ’s Resurrection.