The Book of Acts stands as a bridge between the Gospels and the Letters. If it were not for the Book of Acts we will not know how the Gospel got from Jerusalem to such places as Philippi, Thessalonica, Athens, Corinth, Ephesus and other places. The Book of Acts supplies us with that information. In chapters 1–12, Luke describes the activities of Peter and in chapters 13–28 he describes the missionary activities of Paul that reach as far as Rome. In our study, we will examine the sociological, historical, and theological factors of the book as well as trace significant principles that are involved in the expansion of Christianity from Jerusalem to Rome.
Credit $660 or Audit $175
Monday Evenings 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Beginning October 3, 2022
La Canada Presbyterian Church
Family Life Center Rm. 304
626 Foothill Blvd., La Canada, CA 91011
(A live streaming option is being explored)
MEET THE TEACHER – Dr. Peter Hintzoglou
Dr. Peter Hintzoglou graduated from Barrington College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, summa cum laude. He received his doctorate in Pastoral Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary where he taught as an Adjunct professor for forty-two years. He served as a Senior Pastor in a number of Presbyterian churches including Silverlake Presbyterian church and Fallbrook Presbyterian Church. He has authored Greek Manual: An Inductive Approach to The Study of The New Testament. He is also serving as an Adjunct Professor of New Testament Greek and Homiletics at the International Theological Seminary. Peter lives in Pasadena with his wife Elaine and they have two children and five grandchildren.
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