This sermon delves into the narrative of Acts 23:1-10, focusing on the Apostle Paul’s trial before the Sanhedrin, where he astutely highlights his belief in the resurrection to create a division between the Pharisees and Sadducees, thus avoiding condemnation. The discussion emphasizes the centrality of the doctrine of resurrection in the Christian faith and its divisiveness not among believers, who are unified in this belief, but between Christianity and other worldviews. The sermon portrays this doctrine as the core of Christian hope and identity, asserting that belief in Jesus’ resurrection is foundational to being a Christian, and further explores the broader implications of resurrection on humanity’s eternal destiny. An exposition of Acts 23:1-10.