Table Fellowship in the First Century (Part 2)

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Episode 10

A continuation of the study on Galatians 2:11-14 and Table Fellowship


Show Notes

Last week Tim Hegg took us through a short excursus titled: Table Fellowship as Represented in the Rabbinic Literature. In this teaching he looked at the Rabbinic understanding in order to give us a possible understanding of Table Fellowship during the time of the Apostles.

Today Tim continues in this study but he now turns his attention toward Peter and Paul. What are some possible motives behind Peter’s actions? Why did Paul disapprove of his actions? Based on the information gleaned from the excursus last week, Tim will now cover Six Questions regarding this event to give us some suggestions why the Apostles did what they did.

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

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