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The Book of Acts via Section Headings

The Book of Acts is compiled of many incidences in the lives of the apostles and Paul. This article lists the scripture reference and the topic of each section in chapter order.

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Sermons in the Book of Acts

This article is a compilation of the speaker, theme and audience of the sermons found in the Book of Acts.

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The Four Gospels: A Comparison

Each of the four Gospel has unique characteristics. A brief synopsis of each is given for the purpose of comparison.

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Chronology of the Life of Paul

The chronological life of Paul can be summarized as a series of dynamic achievements through intense suffering.

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Romans : A Brief Synopsis

The book of Romans provides us with a complete and comprehensive doctrine of justification by faith. This epistle is the most detailed and systematic exposition of theological truth in the Word of God.

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Rome and Her Caesars in the First Century

A brief chronological overview of infamous Rome, her rulers, and a few key dates in her history.

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Your Heavenly Father

The title Father is the one Jesus uses most frequently when referring to God. The spirit of true prayer involves viewing God in this light. Our Heavenly Father is more gracious and generous than any human father.

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Jesus: His Dynamic Characteristics

The Lord Jesus is the most phenomenal individual in world history. His legacy does not just survive—it thrives. Jesus stands alone in history as Truth Incarnate. His popularity two millennia after His resurrection can only be explained by the fact He lives today.

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Jesus and Temptation

A foundational doctrine of the Church has always been that Satan does tempt people.

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The Blind Man and the Spit

Mark alone records this dynamic miracle. It is the only case of a “gradual” cure by Jesus. The man’s healing took place in two stages. First, he saw men out of focus, and then he saw them clearly.

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