Laws in The Acts of the Apostles

If a plan or work is of men, it will come to nothing; but if it is of God, you cannot overthrow it. – Acts 5:38‑39.

What God has cleansed you must not call common. – Acts 10:15.

God shows no partiality. "But in every nation, whoever fears Him and works righteousness is accepted by Him." – Acts 10:34‑35.

Abstain from things polluted by idols, from sexual immorality, from things strangled, and from blood. – Acts 15:20.

God does not dwell in temples made with hands. Nor is He worshiped with men's hands, as though He needed anything, since He gives to all life, breath, and all things. – Acts 17:24‑25.

In God we live and move and have our being. – Acts 17:28.


Many scholars agree that The Acts of the Apostles was written by Luke, the author of the Gospel of Luke. The text is believed to have been composed between 80 and 130 A.D.

We have used the King James Version of the Bible as the basis for this list.


References

Peter Kirby has formulated an impressive collection of early Christian documents and links available at: Early Christian Writings

The Holy Bible. King James Version (KJV), Public Domain.


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