Christ's Messengers: Studies in the Acts of the Apostles

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Introduction: The Book of the Acts of the Apostles

SUPPOSE Columbus had never discovered America. . .? Suppose Prometheus had never stolen fire from heaven, as the old Greek legend said, and taught men how to use it. . .? It is often amusing, and sometimes quite instructive, to play the game of Suppose we had never had such-and-such a thing. . .? If a certain doctor named Luke, for instance, had never taken pen in hand to write a sequel to his Gospel, what should we have lost? The answer is clear enough. We should now be without any considered account of how the Christian Church came into being. True, a certain amount can be gathered from the apostle Paul's letters and from other Christian writings in the New Testament and outside it. Certain guesses could, no doubt, have been added to this. Indeed we should have been bound to make some sort of guess, to account for

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • About World Christian Books 5
  • Contents 7
  • Introduction: the Book of The Acts of the Apostles 9
  • Chapter 1- The Witness of Action 19
  • Chapter 2- The Witness of Words 42
  • Chapter 3- The Witness of Community Life 66
  • Epilogue 93
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