A) 1. That Paul was teaching them to turn away from Moses, and not to curcumcise their children or live according to their customs. In a way, he was was. Paul taught that under Jesus, the law was no longer in effect, and so circumcision or uncircumcision was no longer the point, and that you could use freedom to do things that were against the OT law, and yet still fulfill the law of love.
2) He took a few guys and went through the process of purification with them.
3) He had been hanging out with Paul around Jerusalem, but he had never entered the temple, which the Jews assumed he had.
4) The mob got so violent that the soldiers had to carry Paul.
5) That he had once been as strict as they were in regards to the law, but Jesus had called him to repent of his sins and preach to the gentiles. And that he still followed the One God, but in the right way.
6) When he told them he had been called to go to the gentiles.
7) He almost beat the crud out of Paul, a Roman citizen.
The high Priest.
9) He brought up the ressurection, which some believed in and others did not. The two groups split into arguing, but a few people stood up and were open to listening to Paul.
10) Jesus. He told him to take courage, for he also had to testify in Rome too.
11) He learned about a group of men who had sworn to kill Paul. He told Paul about it.
12) 200 soldiers, 70 horsemen and 200 spearmen. Because the Jews would apparently stop at nothing to kill Paul. He may also have been guarding his bum, hoping Paul wouldn't bring up his near beating.
13) How he had found Paul, the accusations leveled against him, and that he was placing him nuder his care for judgment. Also, that Paul was technically innocent.
B. 1) That he was stirring up riots, he was a ringleader of a religious sect, and that he tried to desecrate the temple.
2) That he hadn't been the one making the disturbance, that he followed the God of their fathers according to 'The Way' and that he was ceremonially clean when he entered the temple.
3) He was under house-arrest for around two years.
4) To do the Jews a favor, he wanted to take him under trial there; Paul had done nothing against the Jews, so he appealed to Caesar.
5) By appealing to Caesar.
6) Mostly, I think Agrippa wanted to hear him. Festus may also have just been at a loss, and wanted another insight. I do not think he had any say; maybe if they'd been in Jerusalem. I think Agrippa would've understood because he ruled Jerusalem, and was acquanted with their laws and ways.
7) He told him how he was raised in the strictest form of the Jewish religion, and that only an encounter with Jesus changed his life.
To go and preach to the gentiles, to open their eyes, and turn them from darkness to light, and from Satan to God.
9) That Paul had done nothing wrong, and could have been set free had he not appealed to Caesar.
C) Other prisoners, soldiers, and a Centurion named Julius. Also Luke.
2) Winds were the issue, I think; The centurion ignored Paul saying they should stay, and listened to the pilot and the owner of the ship and set sail.
3) That they were going to have trouble with the voyage. The men reacted by ignoring him.
4) I cheated. Th NIV says 'northeaster'.
It's a gigantic storm. There's no end of problems it can cause a ship.
5) That the ship was, as he had said earlier, lost; but their lives were not. An angel had told him.
6) That the sailors had to stay with the ship, or everyone was dead.
7) The island of Malta; the soldiers had planned on killing the prisoners so they would not escape.
They first thought him a prisoner who could not escape his fate; then they thought him a god, because he didn't die of a poisonous snakebite.
9) A ship that had wintered at the island carried them. He found Christians there.
10) He was allowed to live by himself, but with a soldier to guard him.
11) That the Jews in Jerusalem had tried to kill him, but that he had done nothing deserving of deat, and so appealed to Caesar.
12) He told them of Christ.
13) Two years; boldly and without hindrance he preached the kingdom of God, and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ.
I feel more than a bit whiny complaining about it, but man...that was a looooong study. O_O