Week 45


Reading

Day 1: Mark 15:42-47, Matthew 27:57-61, Luke 23:50-56, John 19:38-42, Matthew 27:62-66, Mark 16:1-8, Matthew 28:1-7, Luke 24:1-12, Mark 16:9-11, John 20:1-18, Matthew 28:8-15

Day 2: Luke 24:13-43, Mark 16:12-13, John 20:19-23, Mark 16:14, John 20:24-21:25, Matthew 28:16-20, Mark 16:15-18, Luke 24:44-49

Day 3: Mark 16:19-20, Luke 24:50-53, Acts 1:1-2:47

Day 4: Acts 3:1-5:42

Day 5: Acts 6:1-8:1

Day 6: Acts 8:1-9:43

Day 7: Acts 10:1-12:5


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Hard Questions

  1. (Mk. 16:9-20) The longer ending of Mark? Please see the article “Is Mark 16:9-20 Inspired?” on apologeticspress.org.
  2. Emphasis on the name of Jesus in the early chapters of Acts, and its significance in a culture that venerated Ha Shem.
  3. (Acts 2:1-13) Tongue vs. language. Here the words glōssa and diálectos are each used twice, interchangeably. Here they are synonyms.
  4. (Acts 4:32-37) Is this communism?
  5. Ananias and Sapphira
  6. Why are so many miracles happening in that time but not now?
  7. (Acts 9:5) An allusion to Psalm 32:8-9 (I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will guide you with My eye. Do not be like the horse or like the mule, Which have no understanding, Which must be harnessed with bit and bridle, Else they will not come near you.)? Just a point of my curiosity.

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