NT216 Introductory Issues in Acts

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Dr. Craig Keener, award-winning scholar and author of one of the largest and most thoroughly documented Acts commentaries available, provides students with an introduction to the book of Acts which focuses on such fundamentals as genre and historical context. He also explores key themes including mission, ethnic reconciliation, and evangelism, and discusses the Spirit’s power to bring these about.

Introductory Issues in Acts

Introducing the Course and Speaker

Introducing the Course and Speaker

1m
Authorship of Acts

Authorship of Acts

6m
Searching for the “We Narratives” in the Book of Acts

Searching for the “We Narratives” in the Book of Acts

7m
Dating of Acts

Dating of Acts

6m
Genre of Acts

Genre of Acts

8m
Historiography in Acts

Historiography in Acts

9m
Novels and History

Novels and History

5m
Luke’s Historical Method

Luke’s Historical Method

8m
Correspondence with External History

Correspondence with External History

7m
History in Acts and in Paul’s Letters

History in Acts and in Paul’s Letters

6m
Examining Historical Details from Acts Corroborated in Pauline Epistles

Examining Historical Details from Acts Corroborated in Pauline Epistles

5m
Historical Accuracy of the Speeches in Acts

Historical Accuracy of the Speeches in Acts

4m
Miracles and Worldview

Miracles and Worldview

7m
Miracles and Christianity: Part 1

Miracles and Christianity: Part 1

8m
Miracles and Christianity: Part 2

Miracles and Christianity: Part 2

10m
Relation between Luke and Acts

Relation between Luke and Acts

9m
Investigating Parallels between Luke and Acts

Investigating Parallels between Luke and Acts

4m
Conclusion

Conclusion

1m