Lecture 45, Paul at Mars Hill (Part 2):
In common gambler jargon, “hedging your bets” is a way of protecting yourself from losing everything. In the world of investing, it is called having a diversified portfolio. In the ancient world of Greece, building an altar to the “unknown god” was just another attempt of playing it safe. But did it work? How far does ignorance protect us on the appointed Day of Judgment? Continuing this series on The Book of Acts, Dr. Sproul takes us back to Mars Hill where the Apostle Paul took the anonymity out of the unknown God.