Worlds in Collision
by Clint Gill
The irresistible force was the gospel of Christ, the "power of god unto salvation." The immovable object was the great empire of Rome. Their ... Show synopsis The irresistible force was the gospel of Christ, the "power of god unto salvation." The immovable object was the great empire of Rome. Their explosive collision forever changed the history of mankind on Earth. The book of Acts is one of the more exciting books of the Bible. Another title for it might be "Worlds in Collision!" In less than a generation, the church of Christ swept from Jerusalem, across the length of the Mediterranean Sea, to Rome, the "uttermost part of the earth." On the way it met and conquered many and varied cultures and set in motion life-changing activities that would determine the nature of Western civilization for twenty centuries and beyond. In this book, Clint Gill captures the excitement of these times and presents the thirty-five years of church history contained in Acts in an interesting and easy-to-understand way. Each section includes questions on the text that make this book an excellent tool for small group studies as well as more formal class room settings.