Council of Jerusalem  

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The Council of Jerusalem (or Apostolic Conference) is a name applied subsequently to a meeting described in Acts of the Apostles chapter Template:Bibleverse-nb and possibly referred to in Paul's letter to the Galatians chapter Template:Bibleverse-nb.Template:Ref The events described there are generally dated to around AD 50, at the latest some time before the death of James the Just in 62, and before the First Roman-Jewish War in 66, and before the Destruction of the Second Temple in 70, events recorded by Josephus.



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