The event drew twenty-two entries from the states of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho as well as the Canadian province of British Columbia. He quickly took the lead and held off sixth-starting Adams in traffic to secure the triumph. Meanwhile, Hobaugh and Flick were battling for the third position, and Bauer was fending off divisional champion Jack Sodeman, Jr. ” Other drivers who led the Wo O feature included David Gravel and Sheldon Haudenschild.
During the feature, after an early race yellow on the initial start, the second attempt to get a lap completed would see Tony Thomas leading the charge over the rest of the field. Trever Kirkland rounded out the podium with defending series champion Kelly Miller maneuvering from 13th to fourth to earn the Hard Charger Award for passing the most cars. Four laps into the fray, Good was pulling away from George, who now had Fflick in his shadow. Gravel had won last year’s Tri-State show and Haudenschild had a fast car and a feel for the cushion.
On the 12th lap, the action would come to a halt as Kyle Offill got upside down in turn two. Bobby Springer raced home in third, ahead of Jason Johnston and rookies Larry Bevivino and Logan Lewis. The Mini Stocks presented by Ray's Racing Collectibles and Eperthener's Auto Wrecking belonged to Isaac Paden, who wrestled the lead away from Bill Fuchs. We know from Paul's own hand that three years after his conversion (AD 33-35) at Damascus, he visited Jerusalem, where he met personally Peter and James (Galatians -19).He probably received the formula in Damascus, perhaps in Christian catechesis; it is doubtful that he received it later than his Jerusalem visit, for it is improbable that he should have replaced with a formula personal information from the lips of Peter and James themselves. The formula is therefore probably quite old, reaching back to within the first five years after Jesus' crucifixion. It is clear that (1) does not imply (2), but (2) would imply (1).In order to answer this question, we need to look first at one of the oldest traditions contained in the New Testament concerning the resurrection.In Paul's first letter to the Corinthians (AD 56-57) he cites what is apparently an old Christian formula (1 Corinthians 15:3b-5), as is evident from the non-Pauline and Semitic characteristics it contains. The fact that the formula recounts, according to Paul, the content of the earliest apostolic preaching (1 Corinthians ), a fact confirmed by its concordance with the sermons reproduced by Luke in Acts, strongly suggests that the formula originated in the Jerusalem church.