Book of Acts
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The true character of the Church; and her message; dead religion; the God of religion; the God of the philosopher; the God of the specialist; the God who is personal; the God who is living; the God who saves.
The early Church and its message; Christianity and philosophy; facts as opposed to experience; the fact of prophecy; the plan of God.
What is a Christian? the function of the Holy Spirit; the Spirit in action; the sin of rejection; conviction.
False impressions of Christianity; what it means to be a Christian; involvement of the whole man.
A change revealed by action; the mind of godless man; the free thinker; a separated people.
A people together; the new life; some common objections; the universal fellowship.
The desire for teaching in the early Church; lack of doctrine in the Gospels refuted; doctrinal teaching of the Lord; the Apostles' teaching.
The new morality; futility of modernist ethical teaching; philosophy and the Church; the need for Biblical doctrine today; an answer to liberal theology.
Does the Church need a new Reformation? return to the Apostolic doctrine; ancient and modern worlds contrasted; the true meaning of fellowship; and the ecumenical movement.
The man of the modern age and his need; three reasons to celebrate Holy Communion; a covenant sealed in blood; God's answer.