By Cornelius R. Stam
Berean Bible Society;
Acts is the main interesting tale e-book of the bible and whilst crucial key to realizing of God's dealings with guy today.
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First, there was one basic fact which Felix could easily "ascertain"51 for himself. It was now but twelve days since Paul had come to Jerusalem. This, as Felix knew, was the beginning of the Feast of Pentecost, and it would help to establish his argument that he had come "to worship," or "worshipping" (Ver. 11). Under James' persuasion he had, of course, become more deeply involved in Judaism than he had intended, but the issue now was only whether or not he was guilty of the charges of sedition, heresy and sacrilege.
Paul’s words would then be a confession that he had spoken hastily, failing to take into consideration the dignity of Ananias' office. But in addition to this being a strained rendering of the original, it is logical that in such a case Paul would have apologized to the high priest. Had the apostle known that it was the high priest who had ordered him smitten he would have refrained from rebuking him in view of the command in Ex. 22:28. But having done so he merely explained how this had come about and retracted neither his rebuke nor his prediction.
He therefore commanded that the apostle be brought into the castle to be "examined by scourging" (Ver. 24). " It was a series of whippings inflicted to extort an admission of crime. PAUL AGAIN ASSERTS HIS RIGHTS AS A ROMAN CITIZEN "And as they bound him with thongs, Paul said unto the centurion that stood by, Is it lawful for you to scourge a man that is a Roman, and uncondemned? "When the centurion heard that, he went and told the chief captain, saying, Take heed what thou doest; for this man is a Roman.
Acts Dispensationally Considered - Volume 4 by Cornelius R. Stam