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Unformatted text preview: Genre: Historical Account PART B Major Themes: Spread of the Gospel, Separation from Jews One Sentence Summary: The ministry of the Apostles and Paul of Tarsus sets the tone for a historical account of the early Christian church. Outline: I. Jerusalem and its Christian Roots-Jesus Rises 1) Gospel spread and preached throughout known world 2) Apostles-Pentecost 1) Peters Great Sermon 2) Breaking the Bread-Lame Man Healed-Persecution 1) Christians 2) Cleansing within Christianity-Believers and Martyring of Stephen II. Spread of the Church-Christians spread sporadically throughout all the lands-Paul converts-Gentiles convert-Herod continues persecution III. Worldwide Christianity-First missionary-Council in Jerusalem-2 nd missionary-3 rd missionary-Paul heads to Rome Works Cited: 1) Kulikovsky, Andrew. 1999. The Historical Context of the Book of Acts . New York...
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