The Epistles a the Book of Revelation. This volume is the third of three on the New Testament. An unusually large volume, it covers most of the Book of Acts, the New Testament epistles, and the Book of Revelation. We read of Saul's conversion and then follow him as the Apostle Paul as he takes his five major journeys throughout the Mediterranean area. The book of Acts provides the historical context to his journeys. Along the way, we read his teachings in his 14 marvelous epistles to early Church members. Eventually, we follow Paul to Rome where he was martyred for the cause of Christ. This volume also covers the epistles of James, Peter, John, and Jude. And finally, we read the Book of RevelationJohn's apocalyptic messages written while he was on the Isle of Patmos. The cover features a classic painting of qSt. Paul at His Writing Desk, q painted by Rembrandt in 1692.After their daya#39;s rest, they sailed on toward Italy. Because of unfavorable wind conditions they did not take the direct route, but sailed around the north side of the island of Cyprus and landed at Myra in the province of Lycia (vv. 4a5).
|Title||:||New Testament Study Guide, Pt. 3|
|Author||:||Randal S. Chase|
|Publisher||:||Plain & Precious Publishing - 2012-09-12|