Acts 3: The Ambassadors of the Kingdom

Friday, 20 May 2016

In our first study in Acts (Modern Reformation, January/February 2011) we observed that the title “Acts of the Apostles,” which became attached to this book by the end of the second century, is only partly accurate. From the opening lines of this theological history, Luke sent the signal that Jesus, the exalted Lord, would be the prime mover in the spread of his reign of grace through the growth of his Word. Yet in assigning this title to Luke’s second volume, the early church rightly recognized that the apostles, chosen and specially authorized by Jesus as ...

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