A compilation of tracks recorded at recession studio's, the zig zag squat gig & the recession klub. Compiled by Andy Martin for the Lol tapes cassette label back in the early 80's, around 1985.
The Acts of the Apostles is a genre of Early Christian literature, recounting the lives and works of the apostles of Jesus. The Acts (Latin: Acta, Greek: Πράξεις Práxeis) are important for many reasons, one of them being the concept of apostolic succession. They also provide insight into the valuation of "missionary activities among the exotic races," since some of them feature missionary work done among, for instance, the Cynocephaly.
Acts of the Apostles. What do all these stories have in common? Well, besides the fact that they all rock our socks off, they're also all pretty amazing sequels. Acts of the Apostles is the blockbuster follow-up to the Gospel of Luke. and the disciples never even have to resort to carrying Jesus's dead body around while dressing him in Hawaiian shirts. Enter Acts of the Apostles. It's the only book in the entire Bible that tells the story of the early church in the years after Jesus died. Building Christianity into the most popular religion in the world wasn't easy. Yes, Jesus spent 30 years trying to do it, but his followers racked up nearly 2,000 years of evangelizin. nd . billion believers. We'd say they've earned their time in the limelight.
The Acts of the Apostles is the fifth book in the New Testament and describes some of the things that transpired after Jesus' ascension. The work of one author, given the unity of style and its artistic completeness, (such an effect could never arise from the piecing together bits of writings of different authors). The writer writes as an eyewitness and companion of Paul. The passages 16:10 - 17; 20:5-15; 21:1-18; 27:1; 28:16 are called the "we passages".
The Visual Bible: Acts of the Apostles added 5 new photos to the album The Visual Bible.
Acts of the Apostles, глава 1 Acts, гл . The former treatise have I made, O Theophilus, of all that Jesus began both to do and teach, Until the day in which he was taken up, after that he through the Holy Ghost had given commandments unto the apostles whom he had chosen: To whom also he shewed himself alive after his passion by many infallible proofs, being seen of them forty
Acts of the Apostles. Peter and John Heal a Man Crippled Since Birth. With authority from Jesus Christ, Peter and John heal a man crippled since birth. 3:21 Stephen is tried before the council. He recounts the history of Israel and names Moses as a prototype of Christ. He testifies of the apostasy in Israel and he sees Jesus on the right hand of God. 5:43. Peter's Revelation to Take the Gospel to the Gentiles. Peter follows the commandment of the Lord to take the gospel to the Gentiles. Acts 10:1-48; 11:1-18 9:06. The Jerusalem Conference. Peter and James speak to the Saints in Jerusalem to convince them that the Gentile converts are not subject to the requirements of the Law of Moses. We Are the Offspring of God. Paul preaches.
In Acts, Luke has provided a broad survey of the church’s development from the resurrection of Jesus to Paul’s first Roman imprisonment, the point at which the book ends. In telling this story, Luke describes the emergence of Christianity from its origins in Judaism to its position as a religion of worldwide status and appeal. Concerning the date of Acts, see the Introduction to the Gospel according to Luke. The principal divisions of the Acts of the Apostles are the following: I. The Preparation for the Christian Mission (1:1–2:13).
CreditsDiana Cilliers - Costume Design
Joanne D'antonio - Editing
Craigh Featherstone - Executive Producer
Marty Goetz - Composer
Dan Johnson - Executive
Libbie Lide - Producer
Robert Marcarelli - Producer
Bruce Marchiano - Composer, Narrator
David Miner - Composer
Carole Prentice - Associate Producer
Charles K. Robertson - Executive Producer
Birrie Le Roux - Production Design
Regardt Van Den Bergh - Director
Track List - Disc 1
|1||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||0:50|
|2||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||1:33|
|3||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||3:29|
|4||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||2:15|
|5||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||5:02|
|6||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||1:25|
|7||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||2:13|
|8||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||2:58|
|9||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||1:37|
|10||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||5:17|
|11||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||1:49|
|12||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||6:06|
|13||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||4:56|
|14||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||2:08|
|15||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||3:18|
|16||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||4:32|
|17||[Untitled] Marty Goetz / Bruce Marchiano||0:48|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||Chapter 1:1 to Chapter 12:25|
Track List - Disc 3
|1||Chapter 13:1 to Chapter 28:31|