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The Boice Commentary Series: Acts
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"There's nothing today's church needs so much as to rediscover the doctrine, spirit, and commitments of the early Christian community," writes James Montgomery Boice. The power the early church exhibited for changes and growth is overwhelming. Although it faced enormous obstacles, it was completely new, it taught truths that seemed unbelievable, and it suffered intense hatred and persecution-the church managed to spread across the early world within the lifetime of the first generation of believers. In fifty chapters that progress through the book of Acts, Boice issuesa challenge to believers to follow the first-century church. We are encouraged to glean the vital principles that enabled the early church to expand, and then apply them to our modern-day church. If we take time to study the expansion of the early church, we can spread the gospel the way it was spread during the first century-by the faithful preaching and teaching of the great truths of the Bible.
Number of Pages: 454
Vendor: Baker Books
Publication Date: 2006
|Dimensions: 9.0 X 6.0 (inches)|
Series: Boice Commentary
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Noted preacher and expositor James Montgomery Boice has created a unique blend of scripture insight, rich devotional application, and vivid illustration in this commentary on the book of Acts.
James Montgomery Boice (1938 - 2000) was senior pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was also president and cofounder of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, the parent organization of The Bible Study Hour on which Boice was a speaker for more than thirty years.
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Morris N. Harper5 Stars Out Of 5July 21, 2008Morris N. HarperBoice's research is awesome. He writes clearly and uses wonderful illustrations to make his point understandable and meaningful.
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Q: Did James M. Boise use the KJV of the Bible for his studies and writings?
No, Boice's writings (including the study on Acts) primarily use the NIV (1984).
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