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Acts Chronology

Understanding the Acts chronology is critical to your right division of understanding scripture at a pivotal time in Christianity. Acts covers the 40 years after the Gospels and covers many important dispensational topics including gifts of the spirit, healings, lounges, Gentile grafting in and much more. Getting an understanding of Acts chronology will pay off including what other New Testament books were written during Acts.


Wayne Stewart's avatar
August 27, 2021

Acts 29

The move from Jew to the gentile is not with a new message but with the same. The Jews rejected the salvation of God —  Paul says the same message (“it”) will be sent to the Gentiles — the only...
Mike Penny's avatar
January 3, 2010

A Dispensational Approach to the New Testament

Gospel Period Books Acts Period Books Post Acts Period Books Matthew Hebrews Galatians Ephesians Mark James 1 Thessalonians Colossians Luke 1 Peter 2 Thessalonians Philemon John 2 Peter 1 Corinthians Philippians 1 John 2 Corinthians Titus 2 John Romans 1...
Mike Penny's avatar
January 3, 2010

New Testament Chronology

The Gospels For Jews - Matthew, Mark, and John.  For Gentiles - Luke The Acts of The Apostles For Jew and Gentiles. Jewish letters written during Acts: Hebrews, James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, Jude,...