Reading the Bible’s Record of Responsibility Redeemed

Part of the Christian’s task, as much in politics as in education, is the ongoing participation in the reading and attending to the biblical message. That is why Nurturing Justice, as a part of Christian political responsibility, seeks to encourage readers to “read, mark, learn and inwardly digest” the biblical record for themselves. “Biblical literacy” is by no means a status assigned to professional bible scholars. This is a task for the entire people of God,

In this series of posts from my work “Hints; The Acts of the Apostles, Retold to Assist Story-Telling” an important series of events in the life of the early church is described and we discuss what we can learn from Luke’s account.





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