Acts of the Apostles - Lesson 10
Paul's Third Missionary Journey
Vol. 2, pp. 145-202
- Who was Apollos? What were his strengths? How was his preaching inadequate?
- Who were Aquila and Priscilla and how did they help Apollos?
- Describe Apollos’ mission in Achaia.
- How was the baptism of John different from the baptism introduced on the day of Pentecost?
- Paul came to Ephesus and caused the Holy Spirit to come upon about twelve men, who then spoke with tongues and prophesied. How are we to understand this experience? Consider McGarvey’s thoughts.
- In Ephesus, Paul spoke in the synagogue for how long? Why did he discontinue speaking in the synagogue and where did he go next to continue teaching? How long did he continue in this new location?
- What is an “exorcist”? Tell briefly the story of the exorcists at work in Ephesus. How were they exposed and how did this affect the people of Ephesus?
- Tell briefly the story of Demetrius the silver smith and the trouble he stirred up. How was the whole matter resolved?
- Beginning at Acts 20:1, trace Paul’s travels, city by city, back to Jerusalem. Name people along the way, whether friends or enemies, who played significant roles in Paul’s experiences.