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Book Description

Title:
The Acts of the Apostles with Introduction, Notes and Maps, Volume 2. Chapters XIII-XXVIII
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
Edinburgh
Publisher:
T & T Clark
Pages:
165
Subjects:
Acts of the Apostles, Commentary, New Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

A.F. Kirkpatrick, ed., The First Book of Samuel with Notes and Introduction

Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

  • The Problem of the Apostolic Church
  • The Problem had to be solved by Jewish Christians
  • Our Lord pointed out the Solution of the Problem, (a) The Law of the Sabbath, (b) The Law of Ceremonial Purification, (c) The Law of Divorce, (d) What was of Permanent Obligation
  • The Original Disciples and their Solution of the Problem, James, the Brother of the Lord, Peter, John in the Apocalypse
  • Paul on the Conflict between Judaism and Christianity
  • Paul's Solution of the Problem
  • Paul and the Three
  • The Acts on the Conflict between Judaism and Christianity
  • The Conference at Jerusalem
  • Further Conflicts
  • Analysis of Chapters xiii.-xxviii.
  • Chronological Summary
  • Genealogical Table of the Herod Family,

The Commentary

Index