A crippled guy just got healed in front of everyone, but the religious leaders get bent out of shape by the ensuing teaching and celebration, so they show up with the police and arrest Peter and John. That'll learn 'em! How will Peter, John, and the celebrating crowd respond? You can find out by watching this or also it's in the Bible.
In this episode I also respond to viewer feedback regarding my ill-advised choice to try out a make-shift teleprompter in episode 12.
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