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THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES - Chapter 19 - Verse 29

Verse 29. Confusion. Tumult; disorder.

Gaius. He had lived at Corinth, and had kindly entertained Paul at his house, 1 Co 1:14; Ro 16:23.

Aristarchus. He attended Paul to Rome, and was there a prisoner with him, Col 4:10.

With one accord. Tumultuously; or with one mind, or purpose.

Into the theatre. The theatres of the Greeks were not only places for public exhibitions, but also for holding assemblies, and often for courts, elections, etc. The people, therefore, naturally rushed there, as being a suitable place to decide this matter.

{c} "Gaius" Ro 16:23 {d} "Aristarchus" Col 4:10

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