The New Testament Book of Acts is an exciting book to study. This is especially true when one realizes that we are living in the "age" which began in the first few chapters of Acts. Continuing the "Understanding" series, William M. Templeton in his book, Understanding Acts, Volume One, covers in detail the events of what he calls the "transitional days." Theological truths are presented clearly, true to Scripture, with unique applications for modern living. It brings to life the actions of the apostles and disciples and the intervention of God in those days surrounding Pentecost, the embryonic birth of the church, and its explosive growth. In the vein of exegesis, this commentary goes one step further by examining human relationships and behaviors. It not only explains the meaning of verses, but of events and eras. A clearer understanding of this chapter in the church's history provides a wealth of wisdom for the church of today. This book will be invaluable to the pastor, seminary student, Sunday School teacher, and lay person. WILLIAM TEMPLETON has been pastoring churches for thirty-nine years. He is married to the former Bonita Arlene Irby. The Templetons have four grown children, eight grandchildren, and are awaiting the birth of two more. William Templeton attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University from 1969 through 1972. He then transferred to what is now Liberty University where he majored in pastoral studies and theology. For more than forty years, Bill has been studying Scripture in an effort to bring the Word of God to every person in a clear and understandable fashion. Other books by William Templeton How To Make Your Dating Years FUN The Chronology of the Revelation Clear Answers to Murky Questions Understanding Genesis For more information and printed materials visit our website. www.araratpublishing.com
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