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Christianity Declared Legal in Achaea
Acts 18.12-17

Though I have walked with great pleasure in the hills of the north of England, both the Lake District in the west and the Cheviot hills in the east, I have only once walked in the almost equally famous Peak District of Derbyshire, in the middle of the country. (Southerners think the Peak District is in the north, but it is in fact more or less equidistant from the Isle of Wight on the south coast and Berwick on Tweed on the Scottish border. Maps are important for understanding Acts, so we might as well clear up some local issues while we’re about it.) I had a day all to myself and set off with map and compass. The cloud was high, but sufficiently thick to make it unclear where exactly the sun was. And it wasn’t long before I found myself, on a high plateau, more or less entirely lost...

Taken from Acts for Everyone Part 2 by Tom Wright

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