In Acts 26, Paul has spent over 2 years in prison in Caesarea Maritima and has witnessed to many important people along the way, including past governor Felix and, now, the current governor, Festus. Festus calls in King Herod Agrippa II to help hear the case, since Agrippa II has Jewish roots and can help address the claims that Paul has violated Jewish Old Testament law.
Acts 26 is Paul's speech of defense (apologia) before Agrippa II and Festus, and all the other high officials (the "restus"). In this speech, we learn that Paul’s life typified or demonstrated some important attributes and elements, including:
-- An Undeniable Change
-- An Unblemished Character
-- An Unmatched Creator
-- An Uncommon Communicator
-- An Undisputable Christianity