In this passage, Acts 24:22-27, Paul has defended himself from the charges the Jewish leaders have brought against him, and now the governor of Judea, Felix, is to give his ruling on the case.

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CARSWELL/Education establishment holding kids back

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DUNCAN/Four thousand fed

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GETTING THE MESSAGE/Paul is accused by the Jews

In this passage, Acts 24:10-21, Paul is on trial before Felix the governor. He responds to the charges made against him by Tertullus, the lawyer representing the Jewish council. He has been accused of sedition, stirring up riots, and desecration of the temple.

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