Excerpt from Sermons, on Various Subjects
The deliberate assertion which the Apostle here makes of his laborious and constant efforts, to have always a conscience void of Offence toward God and toward men, derives great additional interest from the consideration of the dangerous and perplexing circumstances in which he was now placed. He was standing at Caesarea, in the presence of Felix, the Roman governor, and of the High Priest and elders, to answer the accusations which had been urged against him, at the instance of the Jewish nation, by the orator Tertullus, and was declaring before them all the nature of that hope which he had toward God.
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