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God's Narrative Continues: Acts (Module 2)

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God’s Narrative Continues: Acts starts by briefly looking back at the Biblical Narrative from Genesis to Christ from a totally new perspective: from the point of view of the identity change that has taken place for a believer.

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This is the print version of Module 2: God’s Narrative Continues from The AccessTruth Curriculum series.

God’s Narrative Continues: Acts starts by briefly looking back at the Biblical Narrative from Genesis to Christ from a totally new perspective: from the point of view of the identity change that has taken place for a believer. What does the Narrative say about their new identity, their access to God and their coming together with other believers? Module 2 also covers Acts, where God’s Word describes the events that shape our understanding of our history as a Church, our shared identity, our mission, the Spirit’s work, and the completion of God’s Revelation in the New Testament.


Tutorials in God’s Narrative Continues: Acts

2.1 – Looking through different eyes

2.2 – Our Creator is always with us

2.3 – We have a new, Righteous Representative

2.4 – We have security because of the sacrifice of Christ

2.5 – Jesus is our Passover Lamb

2.6 – The Tabernacle reminds us of Jesus

2.7 – God’s Representative

2.8 – God promised and then sent His Holy Spirit

2.9 – God’s Narrative continued – Acts

2.10 – The arrival of the Holy Spirit

2.11 – The Meaning of Baptism

2.12 – Life in the New Church at Jerusalem

2.13 – God demonstrates His power through the Apostles’ lives

2.14 – God guides the Church as they face persecution

2.15 – Saul the persecutor becomes Saul the Apostle

2.16 – The Lord sends Peter to teach the Gentiles

2.17 – The Church moves out. Peter is released, James is killed

2.18 – The church sends out Paul and Barnabas

2.19 – Paul’s teaching to Iconium, Lystra and Derbe

2.20 – A meeting in Jerusalem. Paul revisits the new churches

2.21 – The Holy Spirit guides Paul and his companions to Philippi

2.22 – Paul continues teaching in towns in the Aegean area

2.23 – Paul teaches in Ephesus, impacting the region

2.24 – God is with Paul, in Ephesus, Macedonia and Corinth

2.25 – Paul is arrested in Jerusalem and imprisoned for two years

2.26 – Paul is taken to Rome and teaches there for two years

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