This is a true saying, and everyone should believe it: Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners. I Timothy 1:15

New Wine: A study of transition in the Book of Acts

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  1. IsraelResponse to the Coming of the Messiah (Gospel According to Luke)


  2. Why Restrain a Witness to the Resurrection? (Acts 1-11)


  3. Was Matthias a True Apostle? (Acts 1:12-26)


  4. What Is the Significance of Tongues? (Acts 2:1-13)


  5. The Relation of Joel’s Prophecy to the Signs (Acts -21)


  6. Validation of Jesus’ Resurrection (Acts -36)


  7. How Does “Repent and Be Baptized” Deliver from Judgment? (Acts 2:37-47)


  8. Is the Davidic Kingdom Being Reoffered to Israel? (Acts 3:1-26)


  9. Plots to Silence the Witnesses to the Resurrection (Acts 4:1-31)


  10. Why Did Ananias and Sapphira Receive Such Severe Judgments? (Acts -6:7)


  11. What in Stephen’s Message Produced Such a Violent Response? (Acts 6:8-8:3)


  12. What was Philip’s Message to Gentiles? (Acts 8:4-40)


  13. Saul’s Preparation to Become the Apostle to the Gentiles (Acts 9:1-31)


  14. How Could Peter Eat Unclean Food? (Acts 10:1-11:18)


  15. Can Gentiles Be Included in the Church? (Acts 15:1-35)


  16. What Is to Be Done with the Disciples of John the Baptist? (Acts )




Appendix A: Which Day Must We Observe? (Romans 14:5-6)


Appendix B: What Can We Eat (Romans 14:6; I Corinthians 8:1-13)

Paperback, 144 pages.

ISBN- 9780825435973