No Man Is "Common"

In Acts 10:28, Peter comes to grips with one of our most common tendencies: down-grading others. This is regularly done on such basis as one’s clothing, physical features, amount of education, the car or house he owns, or, as in this passage, one’s racial group.

However, the Bible projects such a lofty view of man that, when understood and applied, will not allow us to think of any man as "common."

Why should we call no man “common”?

See why here.

Mike Riley, Gospel Snippets

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