The Story of the Early Church in Acts
I’m living dangerously showing a book I haven’t seen yet. Inevitably I find another typo or something lost while digitally transferring, or just something. However, you can be assured any errors are my own, and all are unintentional, Praise the Lord.
After about a year and a half, here it is. Lots of work and separate studies went into this study of the Book of Acts. Amazing, really, what you find when you think about the translations and then seek to illustrate. After awhile, in some of the time periods, I got a little tired of angry people stirring up mobs or seeking to get Paul right up to the time he gets on the ship to Rome in chains, with Roman guard.
It was interesting though to learn about Judaan tradition, Roman military, (both, I believe, spurring the growth of the church) and especially the coming of the Holy Spirit into His ecclesia and the growth of the early church.
There is a full acknowledgement page of the many resources I used. I thank you all for those.
It is expensive to buy, partly because of the 8″ x 10″ crop size, over 250 pages, and full color.
I decided to publish only with Barnes and Noble this time. I might change my mind later, but I always loved Barnes and Noble.
Having begun this series after Acts ended, I’m now returning to the story in Acts in this book, and then on to study the letters he wrote during that stretch of time and circumstances… Galatians first.