Table Fellowship in the First Century

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Episode 9

Galatians 2:11-14 and an excursus titled: Table Fellowship as Represented in the Rabbinic Literature


Show Notes

In Galatians Chapter 2, we see a rift in the relationship between the Apostles Paul and Peter. But what was this encounter about? Why did Paul have to confront Peter for not eating with Gentiles? Perhaps the answers is found in the historical setting of this story and the 1st Jewish perspective of Table Fellowship

In our study today, Tim Hegg will examine Galatians 2:11-14 in order to give us a better understanding of this important event. In the discussion, Tim will take through a short excursus titled: Table Fellowship as Represented in the Rabbinic Literature.

Downloads:
Excursus: Table Fellowship as Represented in the Rabbinic Literature (PDF), by Tim Hegg

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