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comment Is Paul's visit to Jerusalem detailed in Galatians 2 the Jerusalem Council?
@JoshuaBigbee: Isn't it possible to interpret the texts as meaning there was a secret meeting that Paul writes about in Galatians followed within the year by the public meeting described in Acts, which produced a separate letter (the one preserved in Acts)? In other words, I can accept the chronology in this answer without necessarily holding that the two accounts refer to the same meeting. A more helpful answer would start with the texts and end with a proposed chronology rather than the other way around.
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comment Is Paul's visit to Jerusalem detailed in Galatians 2 the Jerusalem Council?
Interesting diagram! But I don't see how the date of the Crucifixion plays into the question. I'm asking about the texts themselves and not the chronology.
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comment Can we harmonize the two meetings of David and Saul?
Hello and welcome to Biblical Hermeneutics. That's an interesting theory. Your answer could be improved by discussing the passages in more detail. In particular, how is it that Saul does not recognize David as the musician who soothed him or as the boy who was anointed by Samuel? It seems to me that either one of those would have made David a memorable figure.
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