The first Sunday after Trinity (or Pentecost 2) is also the feast of St Barnabas, who was responsible for receiving, encouraging, and working with the apostle Saul/Paul. In Acts 11 he performs a vital role in encouraging the believers in Antioch and advocating for them to the leadership of the church in Jerusalem.
Join James and Ian as they discuss the passage set in Acts 11.19–30 and reflect on this decisive incident in the life of the growing Jesus movement.
(Full text discussion of the passage follows in the next post.)
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