Conversations with Scripture: Acts of the Apostles

C. K. Robertson

Sep/2010, 160 Pages, PAPERBACK, 6 x 9

ISBN-13: 9780819223722



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As Luke’s “sequel,” the Acts of the Apostles serves as an ideal bridge between the four Gospels and the Epistles, revealing a crucial part of the Christian story. Here we follow the story of Jesus’ earliest followers from their call to be his witnesses “to the ends of the earth,” through their initial days of concord and numerical success, to the challenges they faced as unfamiliar newcomers entered the scene. We discover the leadership changes that resulted from these challenges, explore a council’s response to the struggles, and meet the champion who, against the odds, became the Church’s chief protagonist. Author C. K. Robertson presents a well-researched, yet highly readable exploration of the Acts of the Apostles.






Rev. Dr. C. K. Robertson serves as Canon to the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church and is a distinguished visiting professor at the General Theological Seminary in New York City. A fellow of the Episcopal Church Foundation and former member of the governing board of the National Council of Churches, "Chuck" holds a PhD from Durham University in England and has written numerous books and articles as well as offered presentations and consultations on visionary leadership and congregational development. He lives in New York City.

“Robertson has created that most difficult of things—a genuinely engaging commentary. His judicious blend of sound scholarship, peppery insights, and conversational language makes for an informative book upon a book that is as refreshing as it is as rare.” —Phyllis Tickle

“This insightful study of the triumphs and struggles of the early church is especially relevant for Christians today, and equally engaging for individuals and small groups. It reminds us again of the practical lessons we can draw from our rich and ancient heritage.” —Kirk Smith, Bishop of Arizona

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