How is Acts Organized? (Video)

We are working around the clock to get our new course, The Acts of the Apostles, released this Friday!

The Acts of the Apostles follows the development of the first-century church from Jerusalem to the highest level of Roman authority: Caesar.

But, like the rest of the Bible, it’s not just a haphazard narrative. It’s written a specific way for a specific reason.

Here is Professor N.T. Wright describing why Acts has two major parts.

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Chris Morton
Chris Morton is the founder of MortonWordsmith, where he helps tell stories of how God is making all things new—even the church! Chris believes that Jesus is empowering ordinary people to launch new and different outposts of the kingdom of God in unexpected places. He has partnered with national and international ministries such as Fresh Expressions US, The V3 Movement, The Praxis Gathering, Missio Alliance, 5Q, and others to help present Jesus and his teachings in new ways throughout the United States. Chris is a practitioner as well and serves as Community Developer at Austin Mustard Seed. Chris holds a Master's Degree in Global Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary.
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