In Acts 15, the leaders of the church in Jerusalem have a big debate around whether Gentiles who have become Christians should be required to follow the law like the Jewish Christians do. But should any Christians still follow the law?
In Acts 2 we're told that all the believers had everything in common and that they devoted themselves to the apostles teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. Those sound nice but that's pretty idealistic right? The church today couldn't possibly continue in that kind of fellowship today, right?