Paul Separated the Disciples

Christians are defined as SECTARIAN: Paul.Separated.the.Disciples or the SECT or SECTARIANS of the WAY of SCHOOL of Christ

Richard  Beck:
As I’ve written about before, right now there are two streams in the Churches of Christ,
        a sectarian stream
        and an ecumenical stream.

For disciples of the WORD:

A Church of Christ still a SCHOOL of Jesus through the Word or Regulative principle is Christ-Defined as SECTARIAN.  Baptized disciples do not do "worship services" but belong to the SECT OF THE WAY: The Way is defined as synagogue or School: A Church of Christ is built upon or educated by the Prophets and Apostles.

While: ECUMENICAL defines the ANTI-Christian World View where Satan is the Kosmokrater.

A SECTARIAN is called, elected or invited OUT of the Ecumenical World and INTO the Church.  They are defined as a Little Flock so tiny as not to be detected by sight, sound, motion or tithes and offerings.

While: The ECUMENICAL is almost the TOTAL world population: Jesus does not pray for the KOSMOS or ECUMENICAL world.  And God HIDES from their wise or Sophists meaning speakers for hire, singers, instrument players, staff etal defined in the religionism of the ECUMENICAL such as the Jews as PARASITES.

The WORLD SECT are OF the World and Jesus does not pray for them.  They are the masses of people and are ECUMENICAL.  Ecumenical does not mean godly and tolerant but the kingdom of Satan who is the Kosmokrator.  Apollo, Abbadon or Apollon are names of the STARS or planets is the leader of the MUSES.  In Revelation 18 the craftsmen, singers and instrument players are called SORCERERS.  John said that they HAD once deceived the whole world and they will be CAST ALIVE INTO THE LAKE OF FIRE.

Acts 19:9 But when divers were hardened, and believed not,
        but spake evil of THAT WAY before the multitude,
        he departed from them,
        and separated the disciples, [ mathētas]
        disputing daily in the school of one Tyrannus.
THAT WAY HODOS 3.  method, system,Id.Sph.218d, Arist.APr.53a2, al.; “hodōmethodically, systematically,Pl.R.533b, Stoic.2.39, etc. ; so “kath' hodonPl.R.435a ; “tēn dia tou stoikheiou ho. ekhōn egraphenId.Tht.208b (cf. “diexodon208a).
4.  of the Christian Faith and its followers,Act.Ap.9.2, 22.4, 24.14.
The WAY is the METHOD is the SYSTEM is the PATTERN is the PARADEIGMA of God--not the NEW one.  The METHOD
Method-os , , (meta, hodos)
II. pursuit of knowledge, investigation, Pl.Sph.218d, 235c, al.; m. poieisthai to pursue one's inquiry, ib.243d; “en prōtē m.Arist.Pol.1289a26: hence, treatise, Dam.Pr.451.
2. mode of prosecuting such inquiry, method, system, Pl.Phdr.270c, Arist.EN1129a6, Pol.1252a18, etc.; “ dialektikē m.Pl.R.533c,

Plat. Soph. 218d Theaetetus, this is my advice to ourselves, since we think the family of sophists is troublesome and hard to catch, that we first practise the method of hunting in something easier, unless you perhaps have some simpler way to suggest. Then shall we take some lesser thing and try to use it as a PATTERN for the greater?

Paradeig-ma  A.pattern, model: of an architect's model.
of the divine exemplars after which earthly things are made, “en ouranō isōs p. anakeitaiPl.R.592b;
2. precedent, example, “paradeigmata labein para tinos
3. lesson, warning, “ekhontes paradeigmata tōn ekei HellēnōnTh.6.77;
4. argument, proof from example, Th.1.2, etc., cf. Arist.APr.68b38, Rh.1356b3,
including parabolē and logos, Arist.Rh.1393a 27.
II. foil, contrast,

Anakeimai or Anathema is YOUR SELF-WILL to offer yourself, rhetoric, singing, making music.

anakeimai be laid up as a votive offering in the temple, to be dedicated,krētēres hoi . . hex khruseoi anakeatai”  b. to be set up as a statue in public,
II. pan or panta anakeitai es tina everything is referred to a person, depends on his will, Hdt.1.97, 3.31
Anatithēmi , II. set up as a votive gift, dedicate,tini tiHes.Op.658, Pi.O.3.30, Hdt.2.159,7.54, Ar.Pl.1089, etc.; “Rhēneian anethēke ApollōniTh.1.13; “anathēma anatithenaiHdt.1.53, 2.182; “a. ti es Delphous

Dialekt-ikos , ē, on,
A.conversational,khorosDemetr.Eloc.167. “d. sullogismos
2. d. organa organs of articulate speech, opp. phōnētika, Gal.16.204.
NOT: organon , to, (ergon, erdō) [hard work] A.instrument, implement, tool, for making or doing a thing,
3. musical instrument, Simon.31, f.l. in A.Fr.57.1 ; ho men di' organōn ekēlei anthrōpous, of Marsyas, Pl.Smp.215c ; aneu organōn psilois logois ibid., cf. Plt.268b ; “o. polukhordaId.R.399c, al.; “met' ōdēs kai tinōn organōnPhld.Mus.p.98K.; of the pipe, Melanipp.2, Telest.1.2.
logon  Logos opposite personal opinions, singing, playing instruments.

plēthos  great number, multitude, esp. of people, hōs plēthei for the mass of men, Pl.R.389d.
greater number, the mass, main body, of the popular assembly, to humeteron p., to p. to humeteron,
A CHRISTIAN SECT IS THE ONLY WAY to Come Out of them: be separated.
aphor-izō , A.mark off by boundaries,exelontas to oros theō kai aphorisantasHyp.Eux.16; ousia aphōrismenē property marked out by boundary-pillars,D.49.61:—Med., mark off for oneself, appropriate to oneself,
3.separate, distinguish,
2.separate, Act.Ap.19.9, etc.:—Pass., hiereōn genos apo tōn allōn-ismenonPl.Ti.24a; ek tinōn aphōrismenōn from a definite class of persons, Arist.Pol.1292b4;
Exair-eō , SECARIAN  in a good sense IV. Med., set free, deliver,tinaA.Supp.924, Ar.Pax316; e exaireisthai eis eleutherian claim as a freeman, Lys.23.9, D.8.42, 10.14.
The SECARIANS or the ECUMENICALS are exareo who get you AROUSED with mental excitement (Romans 15) so they can TAKE AWAY your property and CHOOSE if to now be THEIRS.
PAUL DID NOT SERMONIZE: DisputingReading the LECTIONS and not Lection-Divina marking the Hag or Thessalian Witch marked by moon worshipers maybe dispensing Moon Blood in the feniminst gnostic theology.
dialegō , A.pick out,hold converse with, c. dat. pers., “moi tauta philos dielexato thumosIl.11.407
2. in Philosophy, practise dialectic, elicit conclusions by discussion, ouk erizein alla d.Pl.R.454a, cf. 511c, Tht.167e, etc.
Paul says that we are washed in water OF the Word or "into the skholē of Christ (Only) in the Prophets and Apostles:  SABBATH never mean worship day but REST. The church in the wilderness RESTED to hear the WORD read and DISCUSSED: opposite to vocal or instrumental rejoicing:

PAUL  COMMANDED BOTH MEN AND WOMEN TO SIT DOWN AND SHUT UP SO THAT "We might all be saved or SAFE and come to a knowledge of the TRUTH." The SECT of the WAY has only a one-piece pattern because the Lord's Supper is to show that Jesus DIED and in especially silencing the women who will always be the witches because "There is only ONE GOD the Father and ONE mediator between man and God, the MAN Jesus Christ. We have nothing to teach and nothing for sale.  Universities and the Aspiring define the SIMONIZERS.

We do that IN SCHOOL OF CHRIST: not in an ecumenical worship center.
skholē , skholēn agein to be at leisure, enjoy ease, keep quiet, amphi heauton for one's own business, a work for leisure, i.e. requiring attention,
2. a group to whom lectures were given, school, Arist.Pol.1313b3, Phld.Ind.Sto.10, D.H.Isoc.1,
Dem.44, Plu.Per.35, Alex.7, etc.; s. ekhein to keep a school, Arr.Epict. 3.21.11; skholēs hēgeisthai to be master of it, Lat. schola, = skholastērion,

An Example of a Skolasterion like the physical Synagogue:

Plut. Luc. 42 He got together many books [bibliothēkōn], and they were well written, and his use of them was more honourable to him than his acquisition of them. His libraries were thrown open to all, and the cloisters surrounding them, and the study-rooms, were accessible without restriction to the Greeks, who constantly repaired thither


as to an hostelry of the Muses, and spent the day with one another, in glad escape from their other occupations.
kata^gōg-ion , to, resting place, lodging Mousōn k. Plu.Luc.42; “k. asōtias

An Example of the houses of the worship of the Muses as roadhouses where they had "Many Holy Bartenders."

Plut. Eum. 13 [5] But the leaders themselves had been made unmanageable by their exercise of power, and effeminate by their mode of life, after the death of Alexander, and they brought into collision spirits that were tyrannical and fed on barbaric arrogance, so that they were harsh towards one another and hard to reconcile. Moreover, by flattering the Macedonian soldiery extravagantly and lavishing money upon them for banquets and sacrifices, in a short time they made the camp a hostelry of festal prodigality, and the army a mob to be cajoled into the election of its generals, as in a democracy.
Eph. 5:26WEB That he might sanctify and cleanse it
        with the washing of water
        [INTO] the WORD,   (In Verbo, En, Eis)
        Into Converto , epistles of a writer, to be occupied in,  Into
        —In eccl. Lat., to convert to Christianity, etc.: “aliquem ad fidem Christi,
Pregn., to change the nature of a thing; i. e. to change, alter, transform, turn.
PLATO A classical example. The School of Christ is the School of the WORD or LOGOS.  For instance Plato notes that:
Plat. Theaet. 206a  Socrates
In learning, you were merely constantly trying to distinguish between the letters both by sight and by hearing, keeping each of them distinct from the rest, that you might not be disturbed by their sequence when they were spoken or written
The ECUMENICAL SECTARIANS deny the Prophecy and Fulfilment of Baptism as the only way to REQUEST to become a Christian or Disciple of Christ.  They are MARKED as Legalists requiring skill, training, practice, performing and being judged by the laws of Rhetoric, singing, playing instruments, acting or dancing.

PLATO B classical example . The School of the ECUMENICAL or World-Order  the school will be of the HARPIST.
En en paidotribou, en kitharistou, at the school of Ar.Nu.973,

Plat. Theaet. 206a Socrates
And in the music school was not perfect attainment [ 206b] the ability to follow each note and tell which string produced it; and everyone would agree that the notes are the elements of music?

en de kitharistou teleōs memathēkenai mōn allo ti
manthanō earn, esp. by study (but also, by practice/ IV. understand 

In the wilderness the ekklesia gathered in SYNAGOGUE: it is defined as an ACADEMY in contrast to the academy of the Cynics or "dogs" Paul warned about.


Aristot. Pol. 5.1313b    [1] in fact the close watch upon all things that usually engender the two emotions of pride and confidence, and the prevention of the formation of study-circles and other conferences for debate

And it is a device of tyranny to make the subjects poor, so that a guard [20] may not be kept, and also that the people being busy with their daily affairs may not have leisure to plot against their ruler. Instances of this are the pyramids in Egypt and the votive offerings of the Cypselids, and the building of the temple of Olympian Zeus by the Pisistratidae and of the temples at Samos, works of Polycrates (for all these undertakings produce the same effect, constant occupation and poverty among the subject people); and the levying of taxes, as at Syracuse (for in the reign of Dionysius the result of taxation used to be that in five years men had contributed the whole of their substance). Also the tyrant is a stirrer-up of war, with the deliberate purpose of keeping the people busy and also of making them constantly in need of a leader. Also whereas friends are a means of security to royalty, it is a mark of a tyrant to be extremely distrustful of his friends,
We HOLD the harps OF GOD: we do not PLAY the harps OF worship leader. Hold is something you do in SCHOOL as the only meaning of WORSHIP for the SECTARIANS.

Ekhō  9. possess mentally, understand, “hippōn dmēsinIl.17.476; “tekhnēnHes.Th.770; “pant' ekheis logon A. Ag.582, cf. E.Alc.51; “ekhete to pragmaS.Ph.789; ekheis ti; do you understand? Ar.Nu.733: imper.ekhe attend! listen! Pl.Alc.1.109b; e. oun ib. 129b: with imper., “ekh', apokathaireAr.Pax1193; “e. nun, aleipsonId.Eq.490; ekheis touto iskhurōs; Pl.Tht.154a;

Ekhō know of a thing, mantikēs hodonS.OT311; tina sōtērian; E.Or.778 (troch.)
10. keep up, maintain, kanakhēn ekhe [clanging brass] made a rattling noise, Il.16.105,794; boēn ekhon, of flutes and lyres, 18.495.
ka^na^kh-eō  crowing, Id.259: c. acc. cogn., k. melos to let a song ring loud, A.R.4.907.
ka^na^kh-ē  k. aulōn sound of flutes, Pi.P.10.39 (pl.), B.2.12, cf. S.Tr.642 (lyr.); ofthelyre, h.Ap.185.
mantikos , ē, on, A.prophetic, oracular, m. phēmai oracular sayings
2. tekhnē m. faculty of divination, prophecy, S.OT709, Arist.Pol.1274a28, etc.; more freq. mantikē alone, Hdt.2.49, 4.68; . . m. tou daimoniou, of Socrates, Pl.Ap.40a: in Poets without Art., A.Pr.484, S.OT311; also in Pl., “mantikēn Apollōn anēurenSmp.197a; “m. entheos Phdr.244b, cf. Th.5.103.
epipnoia , , A.breathing upon, inspiration
epipnoian Apollōnos thentes ktl. Id.Phdr.265b;

Plat. Phaedrus 265b Phaedrus

And we made four divisions of the divine MADNESS, ascribing them to four gods,            
        saying that prophecy was inspired by Apollo,
        the mystic madness by Dionysus,
        the poetic by the Muses,
        and the madness of love, inspired by Aphrodite and Eros, we said was the best.
We described the passion of love in some sort of figurative manner, expressing some truth, perhaps, and perhaps being led away in another direction,
    and after composing a somewhat [265c] plausible discourse, we chanted a sportive [prospaizō] and mythic hymn in meet and pious strain to the honor of your lord and mine, Phaedrus, Love, the guardian of beautiful boys.

Soph. OT 311  From which, great prophet, we find you to be our protector and only savior. [305] Now, Phoebus [Abaddon-Apollon)—if indeed you have not already heard the news—sent answer to our question that the only way to rid ourselves of this pest that afflicts us is to discover the slayers of Laius, and then to slay them or banish them from our land. [310] So do not begrudge us the voice of the birds or any other path of prophecy, but save yourself and your state, save me, save all that is defiled by the dead. We are in your hands, and man's noblest task is to help others [315] to the best of his means and powers.

John 18:20 Jesus answered him, I spake openly to the world;
        I ever taught in the synagogue,
        and in the temple, whither the Jews always resort;
        and in secret have I said nothing.

Acts 19:8 And he went into the synagogue,
        and spake boldly for the space of three months,
        disputing and persuading the things concerning the kingdom of God.
Acts 19:9 But when divers were hardened, and believed not, but spake evil of that WAY  before the multitude, he departed from them, and separated the disciples, disputing daily in the school of one Tyrannus.
Acts 19:10 And this continued by the space of two years; so that all they which dwelt in Asia heard the word of the Lord Jesus, both Jews and Greeks.

Acts 19:23 And the same time there arose no small stir about that way.

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Acts 18:26 And he began to speak boldly in the synagogue: whom when Aquila and Priscilla had heard, they took him unto them, and expounded unto him the way of God more perfectly.

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