Acts: A Logion Press Commentary - eBook
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Vendor: Logion Press
Publication Date: 2001
Series: Logion Press Commentary
Distinguished Pentecostal scholar Stanley Horton takes an in-depth look at the story of the Early Church. This powerful book is an excellent foundational study for your church staff, Sunday school class, and an important component of every pastoral library. Horton takes each Scripture to share the overarching truth that the Early Churchs story is still being written in the lives of believers like us today. He brings a compelling combination of research and experience to this study of Lukes inspired record. Complete with maps, Scripture index, and subject index.
Stanley M. Horton is a respected theologian who holds degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Harvard University, and Central Bible Theological Seminary. He has dedicated years to teaching at Central Bible College and The Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, Missouri, as well as, at several international schools during his extensive travels. Horton has made a notable contribution to the Pentecostal movement through his prolific writings and editorial work on such books at Systematic Theology: A Pentecostal Perspective, The Full Life Study Bible and The Complete Biblical Library.
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Nils4 Stars Out Of 5A little book packed with a lot of factsDecember 1, 2011NilsQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Kevin J. ConnerÃÂ´s book on the Book of Acts is an interesting book for self-studies or studies in groups. The book does not pretend to be a book of profound analysis. Rather it summarizes and systematizes doctrines, historical facts and interesting information about th persons involved in the first 30 years of the Church-history.
I would absolutely recommend it to anyone who wants to to do a expository study on the Book of Acts.
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