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Discipleship Course: Mission Seminar

Mission in Acts

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Introductory
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Acts Text.doc

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Summary of Principles.doc
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Monday
2-2

8:00-9:30am


9:45-11:00am

Luke as Historian and Theologian  This opening lecture talks about the current state of studies on Luke and his contribution to New Testament theology

1:30-3:00pm

Acts 1-2
See Acts Text
Tuesday
2-3

8:00-9:15am

The Hermeneutical Key to Acts This lecture shows how parallelism is the key structural method in Luke that promotes his theology.

9:30-10:45am

Acts 3-5
See Acts Text

11:00-11:45pm

Luke's Commission The "Nazareth Pericope" of Luke 4:16-22 is the programmatic verses which set the main themes for Luke-Acts.

1:30-3:00pm

Acts 6-9
See Acts Text
Wednesday
2-4

8:00-9:15am

Overcoming Geographical Barriers  This lecture shows how Acts 1:8 has already been paralleled in the travels of Jesus in the gospel of Luke.

9:30-10:45am

Acts 10-12
See Acts Text

11:00-11:45pm

Overcoming Ethnic Barriers The main purpose for the giving of the Spirit in Luke-Acts was to overcome ethnic barriers.

1:30-3:00pm

Acts 13-15
See Acts Text
Thursday
2-5

8:00-9:15am

The Circumcision, the Uncircumcision and Faith Learn how Paul deals with the most important theological question in the New Testament.

9:30-10:45am

Acts 16-19
See Acts Text

11:00-11:45pm

Peter and Paul  Peter was the apostle to the Jews and Paul was the apostle to the Gentiles.  Learn how their ministries are brought together in Acts.

1:30-3:00pm

Acts 20-22
See Acts Text
Friday
2-6

8:00-9:15am

The Purpose Driven Church 1  A study of the first half of the book by Rick Warren.

9:30-10:45am

Acts 23-25
See Acts Text

11:00-11:45pm

The Purpose Driven Church 2  A study of the second half of the book by Rick Warren.

1:30-3:00pm

Acts 26-28
See Acts Text