Date of Award
Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)
Acts 2:42; Acts 7:2; Luke 17:27; John 14:23; Ephesians 1:23; Acts 7:48-49; Acts 4:28; Acts 4:24; Colossians 1:16; Acts 17:26; Revelation 10:6; Acts 2:36; Mark 1:24; 1 John 2:20; Matthew 27:19; Matthew 27:24; Acts 11:23-24; Acts 1:21; Acts 4:23; Acts 11:20; Acts 15:11; Acts 9:13-14; Acts 9:35; Acts 15:19; Acts 15:9; Acts 20:28; Acts 2:32-36; Acts 7:55; Acts 4:13; Acts 4:18;
Our aim in this work shall be, to present Luke's stand on the main heads of christian doctrine and at the same time, to show that his teaching is wholly in harmony with the other New Testament writers. As was stated in the opening words of our thesis, the source on which we shall base our discussion is solely and specifically, the book of Acts. It is therefore selfevident, that when limited to one specific book of the Bible, not every detail in the field of christian doctrine can be treated. In accordance with the limitation of our theme, we shall therefore present the doctrinal content of Acts just as it is found in the book itself.
Dippold, Walter G., "The Doctrinal Contents of Acts" (1924). Bachelor of Divinity. 693.
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