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"For we did not follow cunningly devised fables when we made known to you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but were eyewitnesses of His majesty." (2 Peter 1:16)
In this modernized reading of Luke and Acts from the 1599 Geneva Bible, you will experience the life of Jesus Christ and the early history of the Christian Church as never before. With chapter and verse divisions removed and formatted for easier reading, Luke's studious 2-volume historical work comes alive. As the lone Gentile author of any of the 66 books of the Bible, Luke provides a unique perspective on Christ and the early church. He understood well that Jesus came, not only as Israel's long-awaited Messiah, but also to give light to everyone who sat in darkness (Luke 1:79). As one of the apostle Paul's traveling companions, Luke was instrumental in taking the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the uttermost parts of the Roman empire, even to the city of Rome itself, where he alone remained by the apostle's side as he awaited execution under the emperor Nero (2 Timothy 4:11). Luke's faithful reporting of these first century eventsboth the ones he carefully researched and the ones he witnessed firsthandare a much needed reminder to our modern age that even though nearly two thousand years have come and gone, Jesus Christ is still the most important, and controversial, figure to have ever walked the face of this earth; and his question to the disciples is still the most important question that each one of us must answer: "Who do you say that I am?" (Luke 9:20)
Hardback; 150 pages
Barney L. Sieber (Submitted on 9th Jun 2012)
It is excellent in the continueation of Acts after Luke. The version is tops and the printing going across the page makes for easy reading. It is hard to put it down when reading.