John Darby’s Synopsis
 The acting of the Spirit is always independent; but here I mean to express that it was outside the authority of the apostles. This authority is not the source of that which is done; nor does that which is done refer itself to it.
 I do not know if the change of name pointed out on this occasion-the meaning of which has excited the curiosity of etymologists-is not simply an alteration by which its Jewish form was lost, in order to assume a Roman or Gentile aspect.
 In Pisidia.
 Both, as we have seen, follow (in the main) the commission in Luke 24.
 Here Paul is placed before Barnabas; in the former chapter, Barnabas has the first place.