Book: Beyond Acts by Paul R. Finchcategories: Book, Church History, Church Chronology, Canon History, Apostolic History, Bible History, Religion, New Testament
Paul R. Finchabout this book: Many students of New Testament history are aware of the fact that the Book of Acts ends abruptly without giving us the final details of the last days of the Apostles. Why? Is it possible to piece together the New Testament history beyond the Book of Acts? That is the challenge of this important book written by Paul R. Finch.
Also, The history of the New Testament Canon can now be properly understood with a new chronology that finally clears up many mistaken assumptions of the past. Paul Finch has introduced fresh evidence that unravels many mysteries of New Testament research that is both exciting and refreshing.
This book may be one of the most challenging studies of our time---jam-packed with new information that is crucial for a correct understanding of this important subject. With over 500 pages and 14 appendices, this is a serious New Testament study that cannot be ignored. It is without a doubt as if the reader was finally given the last unwritten chapter of the Book of Acts itself. Take the challenge and discover what many are now understanding that has been a mystery since the completion of the New Testament itself. It will be a rewarding journey that you will be glad you have taken.
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