It really is a small world. Listening to Issues, Etc. 24, first segment, I just heard something I hadn't heard before. When Paul appealed to Caesar he may well have been thinking about the fact that Seneca was serving as the young Nero's tutor and was the de facto leader of the Roman government. Seneca had previously been in Corinth when Paul was brought before Seneca's brother, Gallio, and the charges against Paul were dismissed. You never know who you are going to meet when you are arrested, do you.
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