Acts Chapter 26
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Question & things to think about from chapter 26
1)   Paul claims he is on trial because of his belief in the resurrection of the dead. Is this, strictly, true? How is Paul playing politics here? 

2)   Read Paul’s account of his persecution of the church. How does this tally with the account we read earlier in Acts? Are there differences, or additions to what was recorded there?
3)   Is the account of his conversion identical to the earlier account? How does it differ? Is there a reason why he does not mention his blindness and healing?
4)   Afterwards, Agrippa agrees with Festus that Paul is innocent and could have been released had he not appealed to Caesar. Has Paul’s plan failed him? Would he have been better off had he not made the appeal?