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The Jerusalem Council
Posted on May 12, 2022 by Bryan Hodge
The Jerusalem council (or conference) occurred c. 50 or 51 A.D. The reason for this meeting concerned a controversy in the church. Did gentiles need to be circumcised and keep the law (of Moses) to be saved? (Acts 15:1-5). Some … Continue reading →
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