Hebrew Jew from Jerusalem.
Grecian or Hellenistic Jew.
The Jerusalem Council.
The place of power and glory.
A physical position next to the Father.
In a place of positive judgment, as opposed to negative judgment (on the left hand of God).
None of the above.
His name is spelled differently than the Hebrew version, Phillip.
His preaching was primarily in Greek.
He apparently lived in Caesarea.
He was not a Grecian Jew.
Felt discriminated against by the Jewish Church.
Been inclined to think of themselves as being separate from the Church in Jerusalem.
Refused to be baptized in water.
Rejected Philip's preaching altogether.
He became a great apostle and evangelized India.
He later renounced the faith and persecuted Christians in Ethiopia.
He established a church in Ethiopia.
His existence was allegorical, not actual.