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By Charles F Baker

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It seems to me Acts 13 plainly marks the beginning of Paul's special ministry. Before this he was no doubt ministering to Jews, as in Acts 9:20, and doubtless to proselytes. We have already remarked on Paul' s censure of Peter in 2:11-21. The principle which Paul elucidates is that if a man tears down a thing and then rebuilds it, he is proven wrong in having tom it down in the first place. Peter in the early part of Acts ministered the kingdom message to Jews only. At Antioch he tore down the wall between Jews and Gentiles, and when certain came from Jerusalem he built up the wall again and separated himself from the Gentiles.

Modern missionaries are not literal descendants of Carey, nor are all Americans descendants of Washington. But neither this fact nor the fact that these men belonged to another generation keeps us from owning them as fathers. In connection with this truth Paul says: The Scriptures, foreseeing that God would justify the heathen through faith, preached before the gospel unto Abraham (3:8). Again, we have many conflicting ideas about the gospel. Some declare there is only one gospel in the Bible from Genesis 1 to Revelation 22, and others claim there are several distinct gospels with nothing in common between them.

Since this present dispensation is said to have been a secret which was not made known to the sons of men in other ages and generations, the question naturally arises, is Paul actually dealing with the truth of the Mystery when he is quoting Old Testament prophecies? Those who begin the present dispensation after Acts 28 argue that 2 Corinthians belongs to the kingdom and not to the Body dispensation because of these Old Testament quotations, and also because of Paul' s reference to the New Covenant in chapter 3.

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