Acts of the Apostles
Welcome to Acts of the Apostles. This course focuses on the growth and development of the early church, and the travels and ministry of the Apostle Paul. The course explores the book of Acts in its historical and contextual setting, using the underlying chronological path tracing the growth and development of the Church in the regions Paul served—Asia Minor, Greece, and Italy. It also provide insight into the interactions between the apostles as they carried out their work and the details of the CE 49 Apostolic Conference at Jerusalem.
The Apostle Paul’s ministry included three apostolic tours in the regions of Asia Minor and Greece where he evangelized, raised up congregations and ordained elders—The First Apostolic Tour (47-48 CE), The Second Apostolic Tour (50-52 CE), and The Third Apostolic Tour (53-57 CE). As the book of Acts ends with Paul’s civil confinement in Rome (under a form of house arrest) ca. 60 CE, the question remains as to where Paul traveled immediately after his release.
The lectures in this course by Dr. Roderick C. Meredith, former Presiding Evangelist of the Living Church of God, are expositions of the Book of Acts, using the New King James Version, providing students with a verse-by-verse analysis. The content proceeds chronologically with a focus on the content and meaning of the written text in its first-century context.
“Acts of the Apostles” reviews the account of the early days of the New Testament church, through the eyes of Luke. Listen to Dr. Meredith as he follows Luke’s account of these exciting days, almost 2,000 years ago.
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