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Our knowledge of Gallio in Acts 18 comes not only from Scripture, but also from writers outside of the Bible. Gallio was an important Roman official, and the son of Seneca. Archaeologically there are two discoveries that relate to Gallio: the bema in Corinth and the Delphi Inscription. Bryan Windle breaks it all down for us.

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