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Who Are the Apostles : Who Were the Apostles, Where Did They Come From, Where Did They Go? Who Were the Jewish Apostles? What Change Did Jesu
by Robert Scudieri


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Most Christians associate the word "apostle" with the leaders of early Christianity. But few realize there is far more to its meaning and origins.

In "Who Are the Apostles?," author Rev. Dr. Robert Scudieri offers a rich history of the term, from its original Greek concept, to the office among the Jewish people, and to the profound changes to the idea made by Jesus himself.  Read more...


 
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Overview

Most Christians associate the word "apostle" with the leaders of early Christianity. But few realize there is far more to its meaning and origins.

In "Who Are the Apostles?," author Rev. Dr. Robert Scudieri offers a rich history of the term, from its original Greek concept, to the office among the Jewish people, and to the profound changes to the idea made by Jesus himself.

This remarkable book then traces the lives of Jesus's twelve apostles, where they traveled, which countries they evangelized, and where they planted new churches. He examines the various traits that made them uniquely suited for their work and compares those qualities to today's missionaries-especially the missionaries to America -and the unique calling they have to reach every ethnic group.

In the vein of "Augustus to Constantine" by Robert M. Grant, "The Apostolic Imperative" by Carl E. Braaten, and "Evangelism in the Early Church" by Michael Green, this extraordinary resource seeks to not only honor the Christian missionaries both past and present, but also to reach out to those who might be unfamiliar with the gospel of Jesus Christ.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780996677905
  • ISBN-10: 0996677909
  • Publisher: Mission Nation Publishing Co.
  • Publish Date: January 2016
  • Page Count: 90


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