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Introducing the Acts of 
the Apostles
 The New Testament
Document #: TX002285
It is the only book that functions as “part 2” of a Gospel. Written by the sameauthor as the Gospel of Luke, it picks up the story of Jesus’ saving mission
where Luke leaves off.
More than the other New Testament books, Acts reads like a history of theearly Church. As we study it, we will seek to understand these historicalelements, as well as their deeper spiritual meaning.
The Acts of the Apostlesis a unique book of theNew Testament.
It is not a Gospel or an Epistle
it is its own unique genre, with no other book like it.
Image from Public Domain -
Luca Galuzzi - www.galuzzi.it
Structure of the Acts of the Apostles
2:13 the Ascension of Jesus and the sending of the Spirit atPentecost2:14
8:3 the mission in Jerusalem8:4
9:43 the mission in Judea and Samaria10:1
15:35 the beginning of the mission to the Gentiles (non-Jews)15:36
the mission of Paul “to the ends of the earth,” represented
by the city of Rome

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