A modern Acts of the Apostles
would fill fifty whole Bibles if anyone were capable of writing it.
This paper examines the use of the Acts of the Apostles
by progressive Protestant theologians in the South in the post-World War II era as they confronted the question of race.
At the same time, and like the reference to the passage from the Book of the Acts of the Apostles
, the context for these verses from Isaiah enriches a reader's sense of appreciation for Equiano's choices here as they emphasize his strategic attention to biblical texts that speak directly to issues of oppression and justice.
Gonzalez boldly claims that the Acts of the Apostles
should be better understood as the "Acts of the Holy Spirit," since the Spirit is the true main character of Acts.
We read in Acts of the Apostles
that these men and women were all together in a house when they heard a gale blowing through the building and saw fire come down from heaven.
THERE is an old saying that 'all roads lead to Rome', and in the Acts of the Apostles
the goal of those early Apostles was to take the Gospel from Jerusalem to Rome.
Questions will be on general knowledge, sport, children's questions, music and Acts of the Apostles
You can read his story in the Acts of the Apostles
, chapters six and seven.
Three times in the Acts of the Apostles
, Luke, the writer, hearkens back to that scene on the Damascus Road, Compare Acts 9:1-22; 22:4-16;26:9-18 and Paul's words in Galatians 1:13-17.
The declaration that Tyndale is not an apostle, but "the Apostle" of England, transcends apostolic allusions in the 1563 text, including newly deleted references to the imprisonment of many Apostles according to the Acts of the Apostles
Particularly noteworthy is Francois Bovon's "Editing the Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles
," a guide for discovering, editing and publishing apocrypha.
The book that later church writers named The Acts of the Apostles
might just as well have been described as Luke's second book about the things Jesus did and taught through the Holy Spirit.