Vol. 11 September-October, 1949 No. 5
In "Unsearchable Riches" for September, 1949, on page 199, is the
following statement: "The first significant, outstanding event after
Paul closed his kingdom ministry was a clash with a god of the nations.
Ephesus was the sexton, or temple keeper of Artemis, . . ." This would
appear to mean that the Apostle Paul "closed his kingdom ministry" at
the point of time indicated in Acts 19:20-21.
The Kingdom --- A Query
Here is a statement which clashes with my Chapter 8 in The
Differentiator, Vol. 11, No.4. One of us must be completely wrong about
I do not propose at this stage to do more than ask three
(1) Where are we plainly told in Scripture that Paul
I do not wish to start a controversy. I am simply asking for
information, which, for some unknown reason, the learned author of
"Paul in Ephesus" omitted to supply. And, knowing his dislike of
reasoning about Scripture, I trust that nobody will try to answer the
questions with reasonings. I want the plain words of
Scripture. Will he or someone else come to my aid? All I ask for
is the truth, and if my Chapter 8 is proved to be unscriptural I shall
publicly acknowledge my error.
ever "closed his kingdom ministry"?
(2) Where are we told that he closed it in Acts 19?
(3) If he did close it during the Acts period, how is it
that we read of him "heralding the Kingdom of God" in
Acts 28:31 during "two whole years" after his arrival at
R. B. WITHERS.
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