Acts 17: A Known God - August 30, 2020

 This week, we take a look at Acts 17, where Paul makes stops in Thessalonica, Berea and Athens. We see Paul reason with people at each stop, utilizing scripture to show Jesus was who he claimed he was. 

When Paul stopped in Athens, he entered into a very religious culture. They even had an altar to an unknown god, which Paul seizes as an opportunity to differentiate a living God from the idols in their city. This is a God who can be known, and we can be his sons and daughters through the grace of Jesus.

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