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The Teaching and Testimony of the Apostles

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Summary

This book explores the teaching and testimony of the apostles in two ways; firstly, by exploring a number of the key 'sermons' or testimonies in the Acts of the Apostles, and secondly by analyzing exactly why it is so important to the Christian faith, even 2,000 years after it was given to us.

CHAPTER ONE: THE APOSTLES' TESTIMONY - PETER AT PENTECOST

CHAPTER TWO: THE APOSTLES' TESTIMONY - PETER AND JOHN BEFORE THE SANHEDRIN

CHAPTER THREE: THE APOSTLES' TESTIMONY - THE APOSTLES BEFORE THE SANHEDRIN

CHAPTER FOUR: THE APOSTLES' TESTIMONY - PETER INTRODUCES THE GOSPEL TO THE GENTILES

CHAPTER FIVE: THE APOSTLES' TESTIMONY - PAUL AT ANTIOCH IN PISIDIA

CHAPTER SIX: THE APOSTLES' TESTIMONY - PAUL'S ADDRESS TO THE AREOPAGUS

CHAPTER SEVEN: THE APOSTLES' TESTIMONY - PAUL'S FAREWELL MESSAGE TO THE EPHESIAN ELDERS

CHAPTER EIGHT: THE APOSTLES' TESTIMONY - PAUL'S PERSONAL TESTIMONY

CHAPTER NINE: THE APOSTLES' TEACHING - ITS SOURCE

CHAPTER TEN: THE APOSTLES' TEACHING - ITS AUTHORITY

CHAPTER ELEVEN: THE APOSTLES' TEACHING - ITS PATTERN

CHAPTER TWELVE: THE APOSTLES' TEACHING - ITS UNITY

CHAPTER THIRTEEN: THE APOSTLES' TEACHING - ITS RESULT

CHAPTER FOURTEEN: THE APOSTLES' TEACHING - ITS DEPARTURE

CHAPTER FIFTEEN: THE APOSTLES' TEACHING - A 'TRADITION'?

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