Mar 15 2007
Lesson #7 - The Acts of the Apostles
Written by Lane Douglas   
Friday, 16 March 2007
   
The Acts of the Apostles gets its own lesson despite simply being a narrative text.  While one might expect that we would interpret this book just like any other narrative, what we find is that we don't.  Church tradition has taugh that Acts is to be interpreted almost literally while other narratives can be read allegorically.  The problem here is that this creates an inconsistent hermeneutic.  In this lesson, we try and straighten that out.   

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