The E.A.R. Podcast with Brandon Queen

Hosted ByBrandon M. Queen

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Early Church Gatherings in Acts with Aaron White – S2 Ep3

Season 1 Episode 3 – Early Church Gatherings in Acts

Introduction to Episode: During episode 3 of season 2, we take a look at the early church in Acts. During our conversation, we break down Acts chapter 2 in a way that the common person can intellectually understand the meaning of Acts. Join us as we deliver great content to your ears.

Co-Host: Aaron W. White (PhD, Bristol University) is pastor of First Presbyterian Church in South Charleston, Ohio. He and his wife, Sarah, have been married for 13 years and have six kids. Aaron’s passion is to combine the responsible and thorough study of God’s Word with contextual strategy to see God’s people grow into the depth of character and breadth of influence to bring the gospel to their respective settings. Aaron has published one book calledThe Earliest Perceptions of Jesus in Context (co-edited with Craig A. Evans and David Wenham, Bloomsbury/T&T Clark, 2018), and has two others in preparation;Who Created Christianity?(coedited with Craig A. Evans, Hendrickson), andThe Prophets Agree: The Function of the Book of the Twelve in Acts(Brill).

Podcast Episode Summary: In Acts, we see that the Holy Spirit is calling us together. During this dialogue, we discuss several Greek terms used in Acts and how the fit with the text. Aaron gives us the six major characteristics of the gatherings of Acts and then closes out the conversation with who to read Acts as if you are in the middle east during that time period.

  • Ezekiel 36
  • Acts 2, 10, 11, 15, 16:35
  • Amos 9

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