Peter Leithart, James Bejon, Jeff Meyers, and I continue our discussion of the book of Acts. This week, we look at chapter 13.
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In Acts 13, Saul conflicts with the Jewish false prophet Bar-Jesus and is called by the name Paul for the first time. I explore the literary dynamics of this account a bit more closely.