Acts 3:1: "But Peter and John were going up into the Temple for the hour of prayer, the ninth hour."
So often through the years, Christianity has been presented as a total break with Judaism, a completely different religion that has nothing in common with the ancient religion of the Jewish people. Instead Christianity has been presented as a philosophical faith that has more in common with Greek philosophy than with the Bible. But if that's true, why were Peter and John coming here, to the Temple, to pray, after the resurrection and ascension of Jesus? (Jesus ascended to heaven in Acts chapter 1, this is chapter 3.)