2. In what city did Paul visit the Areopagus? (a) Corinth; (b) Rome; or (c) Athens.
1. (c) Rome (Acts 28:16--31).
2. (c) Athens (Acts 17:22).
The Areopagus was a little hill northwest of the Acropolis. The council that met on the hill took that name for itself. It had great power in matters of morals and religion. Paul was brought before this group to determine the nature and propriety of his teaching.