Item description for Pentecost and After: Studies in the Book of Acts (M. R. DeHaan Classic Library) by M. R. DeHaan...
Overview One of America's most respected Bible teachers, M. R. De Haan surveys the beginnings of the early church and the Spirit-directed spread of the gospel in this devotional exposition of the book of Acts. Adapted from his popular ministry on the Radio Bible Class broadcast, these twenty-six studies reflect the author's thorough and biblical approach. They are practical in application, however, and are accessible to Christian readers of all levels.
Publishers Description The well-respected Bible teacher and founder of Radio Bible Class, M. R. DeHaan, presents these devotional commentaries on Bible books and topics that will be appreciated by lay readers as well as pastors and teachers.
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Studio: Kregel Classics
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.1" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Aug 6, 1996
Publisher Kregel Publications
Series M. R. De Haan Classic Library
ISBN 0825424828 ISBN13 9780825424823
Availability 0 units.
More About M. R. DeHaan
Dr. M.R. De Haan (1891-1965) founded Radio Bible Class (now RBC Ministries), where he served as president and teacher for twenty-seven years. Prior to his ministry at Radio Bible Class he was a practicing physician and later, after graduating from seminary, pastored several churches.
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A Study in the ACTS OF GOD Sep 8, 2000
As he does in many of his other works, Dr. DeHaan lays out a very readable yet inciteful tome that will make one think more deeply about many of the events outlined in the book of Acts. Especially instructive is the discussion on the gift of tongues and of the respective roles of Peter and Paul in the dispensation of the gospel first to the Jews, then the Samaritans and finally to the Gentiles. Old Testament scripture and culture are profusely referenced as underlying support for these New Testament events.