By David Jeremiah
A.D. The Bible maintains: The ebook of Acts is an inspirational memento e-book, that includes either the e-book of Acts and wonderful pictures from the filming of the NBC A.D. tv sequence in Morocco. during this remarkable reward e-book, renowned Bible instructor Dr. David Jeremiah is your advisor in the course of the e-book of Acts, which tells the genuine tale of the 1st fans of Jesus. Dr. Jeremiah highlights the folks, the locations, and the plan of the publication of Acts, exhibiting how God intervened in staggering methods so that it will construct a group that might stand the try of time. detect what inspired and encouraged this small workforce of believers and the way the message of Jesus set the realm on hearth. It’s the start of a brand new period, and you'll have a entrance row seat with A.D. The Bible keeps: The ebook of Acts.
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Titus 1-2; late 2nd c. 1 Cor 16; 2 Cor 5,10-11; 7th c. Matt 25; 4th c. Matt 26; late 3rd c. Acts 18-19; ca. 300 John 8; first half of 3rd c. Rom 1-4,6,9; 3rdc. Gospels and Acts; early 3rd c. Paul's Major Epistles (less the Pastorals); late 2nd c. Rev 9-17; 3rdc. Acts 23; 3rdc. Eph 4-5; 3rd c. (same codex as $ ) Acts 8,10; late 4th c. Gall;ca. 400 Johnl8;ca. 125 Matt 26; Acts 9-10; mid 3rd c. Jas 2-3; 5th c. John 1-2,11-12,17-18; 7th c. John 16-19; 7th c. Rom 16; 1 Cor 1,5-6;Phil 3;Col 1,5; 1 Thess l;Titus 3;Phlm;ca.
John 15-16; mid 3rdc. Jasl;ca. 200 Rev 5-6; ca. 300 Matt 18-19; 4th c. Roml;ca. 600 Rom 8-9; 3rdc. 1 Thess 4-5; 2 Thess 1; early 3rd c. Titus 1-2; late 2nd c. 1 Cor 16; 2 Cor 5,10-11; 7th c. Matt 25; 4th c. Matt 26; late 3rd c. Acts 18-19; ca. 300 John 8; first half of 3rd c. Rom 1-4,6,9; 3rdc. Gospels and Acts; early 3rd c. Paul's Major Epistles (less the Pastorals); late 2nd c. Rev 9-17; 3rdc. Acts 23; 3rdc. Eph 4-5; 3rd c. (same codex as $ ) Acts 8,10; late 4th c. Gall;ca. 400 Johnl8;ca. 125 Matt 26; Acts 9-10; mid 3rd c.
Gospels; 9th c. Gospels; 13th c. Gospels; l i t h e . Gospels; 9th c. Gospels; 15th c. Gospels; 12th c. Gospels; l i t h e . Gospels, Acts, Paul's Epistles; 12th c. (or Family 1424—a group of 29 manuscripts sharing nearly the same text) most of NT;9th-10thc. Gospels; 949 Acts,Paul's Epistles; lOthc. Rev; 13th c. Rev; l i t h e . (a family of manuscripts including 1,118,131,209) Gospels; 12th-14th c. (a family of manuscripts including 13,69,124,174,230,346,543,788,826,828, 983,1689,1709-known as the Ferrar group) Gospels; 11th-15th c.