A Paul may plant, and Apollos water; but God giveth the increase.
How the devil can a whole bunch of perfect Apollos disappear that way?
The teaching of Apollos was not opposed to Paul's, but supplementary of it.
And certainly Apollos could not say, "I have planted as well as watered."
Paul may plant, and Apollos water, but God giveth the increase.
For these are they who are of Paul, and of Apollos, and of Cephas.
Much may be inferred from the silence of Apollos on the subject of miracles.
Paul's troubles with Apollos and his school commenced as early as 57.
That Apollos was one of them may be claimed with great reason.
Who then is Paul, and who is Apollos, but ministers by whom ye believed?