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Entries from August 2011

Introducing Philip the Evangelist and Qualifications for Leaders

August 28th, 2011 · No Comments

Seven men were selected to oversee the care for the widows in the Greek-speaking wing of the early Jerusalem church. This study looks at the qualities of those called as leaders for that task, (as should also apply today to men raised up in the church). Our study will include a brief overview of Philip’s [...]

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The Temple and the Law

August 21st, 2011 · No Comments

In today’s study we again look at how the death and resurrection of Jesus the Messiah marks an epoch-shift that will in time radically alter the significance of the Temple and the Law of Moses, both of which, for a time, remained significant for the early Jewish-Christian community in Jerusalem. A brief survey of Acts [...]

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The Ministry of Stephen – Part 2 – His Preaching, Debates, and Theological Contribution

August 14th, 2011 · No Comments

In this study we look at Acts 6:8-7:60, examining the ministry of Stephen, whose ministry exemplifies the bold witness that comes from being clothed with power from on high. We also look at his theology, which is revealed in his indictment of the Jewish leaders/people in his discourse before the Council. First of all, his [...]

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The Ministry of Stephen – Part 1

August 7th, 2011 · No Comments

Luke-Acts are really one volume in two parts. The commission at the end Luke’s gospel (Lk 24:45-50) and at the beginning of Acts (Acts 1:1-11) are much alike, emphasizing a gospel that is to be preached in all nations, and that the witnesses must be clothed with power from on high for the execution of [...]

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