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Luke
Writer of Acts and Luke
Traveler with Paul
Acts (span)
32 Countries, 54 Cities, 9 Mediterranean islands
Another possible title for Acts
Acts of the Holy Spirit
Matthias
Replaces Judas Iscariot
The Coming of the Holy Spirit
Pentecost
Peter
Emerges as leader of the apostles in Acts II with his sermon
Emphasis of of the early church
fellowship, worship, mission, discipleship, outreach
Gamaliel
teacher of Paul
"Wait and See" strategy
Ananias and Sapphira
lied about giving money to the church
Barnabas
native of Cyprus
Sold land and gave money to the church
Stephen
acts like apostle
martyred
Similiarities to the Crucifixion
Phillip
one of the seven elected to serve tables
Simon the magician
Simon seemed to be more impressed by the miraculous than in Christianity
Ethiopian Eunuch
banned from entering the temple (eunuch)
God-fearer
God fearer
one who respected Judaism but did not covert or get circumcised
Proselyte
a convert to a religion
Damascus
where Paul encounters people of the way
baptism of Paul by Annaias
Paul
from Tarsus
Father was Bejamite, Roman citizen
raised a jew
Cornelius
Roman centurion
Vision while praying
Family Converts
Joppa
Where Peter has his vision
Antioch (Syria)
gentile environment
Barnabas is sent to investigate
Agrippa I
Has James brother of John executed
Rhoda
a servant girl
Jadaizers
members of the circumcision party
Cyprus
confrontation with Elymas
Elymas
sorcerer who opposes Paul and is struck with blindness
John Mark
Author of Mark
Splits from Paul
James, brother of Jesus
leader of the Jerusalem Church
Timothy
Circumcision, immediate
Silas
becomes Pauls primary traveling companion
Troas
the Macedonian call
Philippi
Conversion of Lydia
Conversion of Philippian Jailer
Lydia
Seller of Purple cloth, royal cloth
Philippian Jailer
converted, released in Philippia
Thessalonica
"People were turning the world upside down."
Athens
Center of philosopy and learning
unknown God
Corinty
Capital city of roman province of Achaia
Aquila and Priscilla
tentmakers, like Pual
Ephesus
the riot
3 years of ministry
Demetrius
a silversmith leading protest against Paul's preaching
Eutychus
in troas, falls from window
Miletus
farewell speech to Ephesian elders
Felix
Imprisons Paul for two years
Festus
plans to send Paul back to Jerusalem. Herod Agrippa II visits Paul before he is released
Rome
Shipwrecked at Malta
Greeted by Christians in Rome
Paul lives under house arrest, many come to visit and hear