- Acts of the Apostles Oct 23, 30, Nov 6
August 9, 2021 - November 6, 2021
8:00 am - 10:00 am
The Acts of the Apostles is a fast-paced, imaginative story about early Christianity that is steeped in traditional Judaism, yet radically new.
Acts fulfills the vision of the prophet Isaiah that all the nations would one day come to Jerusalem to worship Yahweh. And it depicts the fulfillment of Jesus’ command at the end of the Gospel of Luke that his message of repentance and forgiveness should be proclaimed “to all nations, beginning in Jerusalem.”
Acts tells the story of the fateful decision by the Apostles to proclaim the good news of Jesus to both Jews and Gentiles.
Join us as we discuss this dramatic, fateful turn in the history of Christianity.
Mark Etling is an adjunct associate professor at the School for Professional Studies at St. Louis University.
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