Introduction To The Book Of Acts History Of Acts Assignments

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The book of Acts is interesting because Luke is the one who wrote it and this gospel is the first written history of the Christian church witch makes it special in a sense. What Acts covers a few critical periods in Christian history, this was the time between the resurrection of Jesus, the death of his friend the apostle Paul, and a time when Christianity’s beliefs were being organized and developed in the church to spread into a worldwide movement. Something’s I notices about the book of Acts is that it mentions some of the apostles but the book is mostly about Paul and his interactions and connections with the Christian movement. The plot development in the book if acts are also interstation because you can see how Luke moves from one area to another spreading the Christian word throughout the holy land. One of the themes in the book of Acts is the in the early days if the church, Christians were being accused of being seditious against the Roman imperial government. Luke...

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