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Paul’s Trial before Felix

24 Five days later, Ananias the high priest arrived in Caesarea, accompanied by some Jewish elders and Tertullus, their prosecuting attorney.[a] They were brought before the governor to present formal charges against Paul. After Paul was summoned, Tertullus accused him, saying,

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  1. Acts 24:1 Or “an orator” or “a public speaker.” He was a professional advocate representing the high priest and Jewish elders. Tertullus means “triple-hardened.”

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