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  • act of the apostles

    Acts 2 September 13‚ 2013 We begin the acts of the apostle with the apostle celebrating Pentecost in Jerusalem. This celebrate the time when the Laws were given the to Jews. There were people from every part of Judea‚ Rome‚ the Near East and Africa. Peter begins to speak to the people about the gift of the spirit. The apostles receive the Holy Spirit and take on Christ ministry and go about the lands and preach the works of Jesus. The apostle had begun to

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  • Questions on Acts of the Apostles

    Names Block Storyline for Acts Place these events in order of appearance in Acts of the Apostles‚ chapters 1-7. (Rank 1-8.) __3__ Pentecost __5__ Healing of the cripple at the Temple __1__ The Ascension __8__ First Christian Martyr __7__ The Apostles need assistants (ordination of deacons) __6__ Trial before the Sanhedrin __2__ Choosing a replacement apostle __4__ First proclamation of the “kerygma” and first baptisms Questions: From Lecture (i.e. teacher commentary

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  • The Apostle Paul

    Jesus himself‚ shaped the history of Christianity like the apostle Paul.1 Paul’s career in ministry lasted about thirty years. During his career‚ he shaped Christianity into what it is today. Before Christ saved Paul‚ he was an avid persecutor of Christians. (Acts 8:3) A religious Pharisee‚ who believed he was doing God’s will of the destruction of those who followed Jesus. After the road to Damascus‚ Paul became a zealous outspoken apostle for Jesus. He brought the Jews and Gentiles together in

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  • Peter, the Apostle

    Sonic Light: www.Soniclight.com Gilbert‚ George Holley‚” Relation of the Apostle Peter to Rome. ‚ “ TheAmerican Journal of Theology(1900). The University of Chicago Press-http://www.jstor.org./stable/3155005 Cullman‚ Oscar‚ Peter: disciple‚ apostle/martyr. (Waco‚ TX. Baylor University Press‚ c2011). Perkins‚ Pheme‚ Peter: Apostle for the whole church. (Minneapolis; Fortress Press 2000). Houck‚ James A. The Apostle Peter: His words should be “red” too! (United States: Xylon Press 2009) Various

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  • The Apostle Paul

    HUM2210 Paul The Apostle Paul‚ originally‚ Saul of Tarsus was a Jewish zealot convert. He gave Christianity the boost it needed so that it may be spread throughout all nations just as Jesus had commanded him to. Paul is the author of the book of Romans in the Bible. The book of Romans was written by Paul to the people and believers of Rome. He had hoped that this letter would not only inform the Roman people of his missionary conquest but that they might also support him and be a “homeland”

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  • The New Testament: Acts of the Apostles and the Book of Revelation

    The New Testament is the second part of the Bible and is more concise than the first. It is made up of the Gospels‚ The Acts of the Apostles‚ epistles‚ and the Book of Revelation. The center or core of the New Testament are the Gospels because they are the most important source to understanding the life and teachings of the savior‚ Jesus Christ. There are four Gospels named for Matthew‚ Mark‚ Luke‚ and John. Being similar in in teachings and writing‚ the Gospels according to Mark‚ Matthew‚ and Luke

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  • The Apostle Paul

    The Apostle Paul Introduction This report paper will be on the life of Paul. We will look at many various different facts about this influential man of God. We all know the apostle Paul was used of God in a miraculous way‚ but this paper will take a behind the scenes look at some areas. I also endeavor to make this paper come alive and reveal things about the apostle Paul that maybe have never been discovered by the average reader and possibly forgotten by the veteran Christian. The Author of

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  • Paul the Apostle

    Paul the Apostle (Greek: Παῦλος Paulos; c. 5 – c. 67)‚ original name Saul of Tarsus (Greek: Σαῦλος Ταρσεύς Saulos Tarseus)‚ was an apostle (though not one of the Twelve Apostles) who taught the gospel of Christ to the first-century world. He is generally considered one of the most important figures of the Apostolic Age. In the mid-30s to the mid-50s‚ he founded several churches in Asia Minor and Europe. Paul used his status as both a Jew and aRoman citizen to advantage in his ministry to both Jewish

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  • Twelve Apostles

    Which brings us to the underlining question I wish to bring to your attention‚ why is individuality so important? Henry B. Eyring of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles stated in October of 2013 that‚ “Heavenly Father has made each of us unique. No two of us have exactly the same experiences”.That’s doctrine folks‚ but if that doesn’t quite do it for you‚ Mary N. Cook gave us this gem in January 2014‚ “Have you

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  • The 12 Apostles

    The Twelve Apostles What is an apostle? The word apostle means “one who is sent out.” In the New Testament‚ there are two primary usages of the word apostle. The first is in specifically referring to the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ. The second is in generically referring to other individuals who are sent out to be messengers/ambassadors of Jesus Christ.1 What is the difference between apostle and disciple? Disciples were essentially students of Jesus during his existence. An apostle‚ along with

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