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  • Writer's pictureDan Mueller

Antioch in Acts: God plants a church

The Book of Acts, written by Luke as the second part of his gospel, records the growth of the Christian church following the ascension of Jesus Christ. The good news of Jesus spreads out “from Jerusalem to all Judea and Sameria, and to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8). In the central passages of Acts (chapters 11–15) we hear of the church God plants in Antioch, which becomes a hub for early Christian communities. It’s affectionally known as the “cradle of Gentile Christianity.”

This Bible Study Antioch in Acts investigates how God planted the church in Antioch Syria, and asks how this is good news for the church in mission today.

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