Acts Bible Study

Book of Acts Commentary Bible Study Guide

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Acts Bible Study

Acts Commentary Bible Study

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The Acts of the Apostles, also called "The Book of Acts" or simply "Acts," is a historical account of the first thirty years of the Christian church, from the final days of Jesus' ministry on the earth to about 60 AD.

Needless to say, one book cannot cover everything that happened over a period of three decades. The Acts of the Apostles describes some of the highlights, initially from Jerusalem and eventually from the missionary journeys of the Apostle Paul.

The Acts of the Apostles is fast-moving, action-packed and covers quite a bit of geography, as well as time. The places mentioned stretch from the modern day Israel, Syria, Lebanon and Turkey to Cyprus, Greece, Malta and Italy.

As discussed in the origin of the Bible, the Acts of the Apostles is a letter to a man named Theophilus written by Luke, the doctor who accompanied the Apostle Paul on his missionary journeys and served as his helper and note taker. Luke's role in the Acts of the Apostles can be described as a personal secretary who used his medical training to carefully record what Paul and the other Apostles said and did as inspired by God.

So, for an exciting journey through the first thirty years of the church, please start with Acts 1 or any of the other chapters above. You are also welcome to start with the birth of Jesus or the Gospel of John.

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