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Are Reformed Christians Afraid of Acts? (III)

Are Reformed Christians Afraid of Acts? (I) Are Reformed Christians Afraid of Acts? (II) In closing this series of posts, let’s go back to questions posed above. Is Acts 2 normative? Is what Luke describes intended to be taken as a paradigm for ministry and a canon for success? Did Luke tell us what he did in Acts 2 in order to provide an apostolic mandate for all subsequent ministries? I think  [ Read More ]

Are Reformed Christians Afraid of Acts? (II)

Part I can be read here. Here is the last paragraph of the previous post: Not only do I think this is wrong-headed [i.e., using Acts 2 as a paradigm for ministry and canon for success], it can’t be applied to the latter parts of the book of Acts and the first century church after the book of Acts without Paul and the predominantly Gentile early Christians being deemed as  [ Read More ]

Are Reformed Christians Afraid of Acts? (I)

I have had discussions over the years where folks opined that Reformed Christians are afraid of living in Acts 2 and, in fact, ignore it. My zealous friends who said this desire that more people get saved, among other things. Though maybe some Reformed Christians are afraid of Acts 2 and ignore it, this is not the case with all Reformed Christians. I think there is a danger in reading the book of Acts  [ Read More ]

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