Treasury Scriptural Knowledge Expanded - Acts 25:11 - 25:11

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Treasury Scriptural Knowledge Expanded - Acts 25:11 - 25:11


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if I: Act 18:14, Jos 22:22, 1Sa 12:3-5, Job 31:21, Job 31:38-40, Psa 7:3-5

no man: Act 16:37, Act 22:25, 1Th 2:15

I appeal: An appeal to the emperor was the right of a Roman citizen, and was highly respected. The Julian law condemned those magistrates, and others, as violaters of the public peace, who had put to death, tortured, scourged, imprisoned, or condemned any Roman citizen who had appealed to Cesar. This law was so sacred and imperative, that, in the persecution under Trajan, Pliny would not attempt to put to death Roman citizens, who were proved to have turned Christians, but determined to send them to Rome, probably because they had appealed. Act 25:10, Act 25:25, Act 26:32, Act 28:19, 1Sa 27:1

Reciprocal: Gen 40:15 - done Gen 44:9 - both Deu 21:22 - General 1Sa 20:8 - if there be Psa 25:21 - General Psa 119:121 - I have Jer 37:18 - General Jer 37:20 - lest Dan 6:16 - the king Luk 2:1 - Caesar Luk 21:12 - before Act 9:24 - their Act 18:15 - a question Act 23:29 - but Act 27:24 - thou