Tag Archives: pattern theology

The one Bible book churches study most

During my almost two months in the US in May and June, I visited not a few congregations. Some I reported to, others I visited. Of those, perhaps a dozen or more, three were studying the book of Acts in their classes.

Considering there are 66 books in the Bible, it would seem that this observation of mine would be statistically significant. Acts is the book churches study most.

Though I wouldn’t put it in such terms, that someone has called the book of Acts the “hub of the Bible” testifies how highly the brotherhood regards this history of the church. Continue reading