Session 17 of 24 Are you ready for a detailed yet thoroughly enjoyable study of the most profound book ever written? Hour 17: The Book of Acts. A look at the first century Church through the Apostles. Using sound scientific facts, historical analysis and biblical narrative, acclaimed teacher Dr. Chuck Missler weave together a rich tapestry of information – providing an accurate understanding of Scripture’s relation to itself, to us and to the world at large.
“how I kept back nothing that was helpful, but proclaimed it to you, and taught you publicly and from house to house,” Acts 20:20
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Tour of The Bible Session 17 Video: The Book of Acts. A look at the first century Church through the Apostles
Hour 17: The Book of Acts
“Luke Volume II,” often called “The Acts of the Apostles,” completes the “Pentateuch of the New Testament.” The traditional title of this book is, in some respects, a misnomer: it primarily deals with the “acts” of Peter and Paul. It really should be called “The Acts of the Holy Spirit.”
This review will explore the continuing mysteries of Hag Shavuot in Acts 2; the surprises in the history lesson Stephen gives the Sanhedrin in Acts 7; the controversies dealt with in the Council of Jerusalem in Acts 15; the seamanship details which permitted the discovery of the anchors cut loose in Acts 27, as well as the adventures of Paul and his companions during his missionary journeys.