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The Book of Acts tells us of an exciting period of the expansion of the Church. But do the amazing experiences of that time necessarily set a pattern for us today? This course will help you answer some difficult questions about the work of the Holy Spirit and the ministry of the Church. It explains the background, structure, and content of the Book of Acts, including a study of the major themes, as well as guidelines for applying the lessons of Acts today.

This course is provided by Third Millennium Ministries (thirdmill.org)

  1. Become enthusiastic about studying The Book of Acts and about doing your part to help extend the kingdom of God throughout the world.
  2. Understand key things about the background and content of The Book of Acts. Who wrote it, and why? What are the main themes, and how should we apply them today?
  3. Make some changes in your life as a response to the teachings of The Book of Acts. What will you do with what you are learning? How does it help you analyze contemporary expressions of thought?
  • While I knew a lot of what was taught on a surface level, I learned a great amount of detail and the whole book on a much deeper level. I have taken courses before on Acts but none have given as much foundation and detail.

    — Roger, United States (US)
  • Great course!

    — Stephen, United States (US)
  • The overview is a well done teaching program. Much information.

    — Donald, United States (US)
  • An excellent course!

    — Russell, United States (US)

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Class Details

  • 3 Lessons
  • 10 Activities
  • 4 Assessments
  • 84 Min Average
  • 9 Hrs Minimum
  • 7.42 CEUs
  • Class Award

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Hans F. Bayer, PhD