The book Acts has been described like a drama with two main characters, Peter and Paul. The theme deals with the spread of the gospel from Jerusalem (the city where Jesus was crucified) to Rome, the capital of the Roman Empire, and provides valuable information concerning the development of the early church following the ascension of Jesus. Standing between the Gospels and the Epistles, the book of Acts is a bridge between the life of Jesus and the ministry of the apostle Paul. Since the book of Acts is the continuation of the gospel account of all Jesus “began to do and teach,” it catalogs what Jesus continued to do and teach through the Holy Spirit sent down from heaven.
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