Sunday Morning at the Movies | Part 2

Did the apostles and the first disciples ever use anything but their own houses or open-air spaces to meet? 99.9% never. Ever wonder why?
Did the apostles and the first disciples ever use anything but their own houses or open-air spaces to meet?
99.9% never. Ever wonder why? Everyone knows that the church building is not a feature of the primitive church, but a later development. It's one most people take for granted and do not question. But what if there are reasons beyond poverty, small numbers and simplicity that underlie the practices of the first Christians? What if those reasons are principles and wisdom that could still be applied the 21st century?
 
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References
Ezekiel 8:1, 20:1-3. Elders meeting at Ezekiel's house.
Acts 6:1-6. Distribution problem, and appointment of the seven.
Acts 6:8-15. Stephen gets in trouble.
Acts 7:44-50 Stephen on the tabernacle and the temple.
Acts 7:51-53. Stephen doesn't hold back.
Acts 17:18-34 Paul is invited and speaks to the Areopagus (ruling council of Athens).
2 Corinthians 6:16-18 "You are the temple of the living God."
1 Peter 2:5. "You are living stones in God's building."
Ephesians 2:19-22." You are part of the spiritual temple God is building."
Galatians 5:22-23 The fruit of the Spirit.

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Sunday Morning at the Movies | Part 2
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