One of the challenges of working in teams is the possibility of disagreement. This is the case in personal situations, the classroom, and the workplace. The Apostle Paul wrote a significant portion of the New Testament and was instrumental in spreading the gospel to Gentiles to many countries around the Mediterranean Sea. The book of Acts and some of the epistles written by the Apostle Paul describe disagreements that he had with a variety of church leaders and others. These include a disagreement with Barnabas (Acts 15) and a disagreement with Peter (Galatians 2). What lessons in working with others can we learn from these stories? How have you used (or plan to use) these lessons in your own workplace or in group projects? You are welcome to discuss other examples of Biblical disagreement in your answer.