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Falling in Love with Jesus’ People: Studies in the Book of Acts
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Falling in Love with Jesus’ People: Studies in the Book of Acts

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College Press 1998

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Overview

What problems faced the first church? What did they believe? How did they act? What did they hold dear? These are the questions most on the minds of those who read the book of Acts. But did you know that the church also faced embezzlement, treachery, murder, demonic attacks, world uncertainty, theological questions, and persecution? Sound familiar? Although 2,000 years have come and gone, we still struggle against the same foe, still fight the good fight, still deal with the same issues. This study deals with the church and her people in a setting that is as familiar today as it was when the church chartered her first member. As you chart your course through the book of Acts, Rubel will introduce you to the men and women who defied an empire, crushed the bastions of hell, and stood up for Jesus. In the end, you will come to know and love Jesus’ people.

Product Details

  • Title: Falling in Love with Jesus’ People: Studies in the Book of Acts
  • Author: Rubel Shelly
  • Publisher: College Press
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 258

About Rubel Shelly

Rubel Shelly preached for the Family of God at Woodmont Hills in Nashville, Tennessee, from 1978 to 2005. During that time, he also taught at David Lipscomb University, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, and Tennessee State University. He has filled adjunct positions at Pepperdine University, Abilene Christian University, Emmanuel Seminary, and Kentucky Christian College. He became Visiting Professor of Religion and Philosophy at Rochester College, located in Rochester Hills, Michigan, in 2005, and began full-time duties there in June of 2006. He holds degrees from Harding University (B. A.), Harding Graduate School of Religion (M. A., M. Th.), and Vanderbilt University (M. A., Ph. D.). In addition to church and academic responsibilities, Shelly has worked actively with such community projects as Habitat for Humanity, American Red Cross, From Nashville With Love, Metro (Nashville) Public Schools, Faith Family Medical Clinic, and Operation Andrew Ministries. He is the author or co-author of more than 30 books, including several which have been translated into languages such as Korean, Japanese, Portuguese, French, and Russian. He has published widely in religious journals.

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