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WEEKLY: The author of both the Books of Luke and Acts is Luke, an observant, educated, historically-oriented figure and writer.
The book of Luke was given as a detailed account of the life and Gospel of Jesus to fortify the faith of the Believers. Acts is the sequel. We get the first hand account of how Jesus’ Life, Death and Resurrection went VIRAL, eventually spreading throughout the whole globe.
This fall we are going to look at a few of the tools and key elements that sparked this wildfire to see how we can continue that MVMNT here, today.
READ: Acts Chapters 1-2
Why do you think Luke thought it was so critical for him to write the Book of Acts as a second volume to his gospel? What was his intent? How is it a continuation of what he wrote in Luke?
How does Acts relate to the rest of the New Testament?
Why does Luke give us only a few key events and make several summary statements? What was he trying to clue us into?
How important is it to grasp the broad plan that is unfolded in Acts? How might it shape our understanding of our mission?
Why is it essential to understand this plan in order to accurately understand the teaching in the New Testament letters?
** While we may not agree with everything the authors/speakers say in our resources, diversity in perspectives is beneficial to growth, and we encourage an open and Spirit discerning posture while studying the Scripture and while reviewing any resource. **