Paul Did Not Speak Against Tabernacles
How should we interpret Acts 17:24 in light of the tabernacle and adoration?
Paul is in Greece where he encounters many shrines to idols, including one to the unknown god. He then tells the Greeks that he knows who this God is. He is greater than all the many gods at whose shrines they worship. Paul's God cannot be confined to small shrines like theirs. So he rightly says in that passage: “The God who made the world and everything in it, being Lord of heaven and earth, does not live in shrines made of human hands, as though he needed anything.”
When we see the context in which he is speaking, we see than he is not contradicting the building of churches for worship; still less the placement of the eucharistic presence in such churches. Context is everything.