The Book of Acts

Speaker(s): John Stott
Date: 1979
Length: 20:23:40
Product ID: RGDL0901S

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John Stott looks at the renewal and unity of the church in this expository study of the Acts of the Apostles. The content of the gospel as well as the principles of evangelism and church growth are also examined. Lectures include:

  • Introduction to Acts
  • Waiting for Pentecost
  • Pentecost and the Apostolic Gospel
  • The Newborn Church of Christ
  • Satanic Counter-Attack
  • Preparations for Gentile Mission
  • Saul's Conversion and Commissioning
  • Peter and the Conversion of Cornelius
  • The First Missionary Journey
  • The Council of Jerusalem
  • The Gospel Reaches Europe
  • Athens, Corinth, and Ephesus
  • More About Ephesus
  • Paul's Arrest and Trials
  • Rome at Last

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John R. W. Stott was Rector at All Souls Anglican Church in London. He was known worldwide as a gifted evangelist, preacher, scholar, and Christian statesman. He was also the author of many books and commentaries including Basic Christianity, Decisive Issues Facing Christians Today and Acts (Bible Speaks Today series).

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