Professor: Teresa Reeve
Date: March 16-20, 2014
Location: Mid-America Union Conference Office, Lincoln, Nebraska
Though separated by the Gospel of John in the traditional order of the New Testament canon, the books of Luke and Acts are in reality a two-part work which makes up about 30% of the New Testament. Luke and Acts are woven together by an artfully integrated structure of parallels and developing themes that together present an awe-inspiring picture of God’s work on earth through Jesus and the early believers. In this class we will explore ten key themes presented in the Luke-Acts and how the testimony of this inspired work of Scripture speaks to the church today.