Template:Content of Matthew

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Apostlesbefore the Sanhedrin (5:17–42)


Detailed content of Acts
Transition: Dedication to Theophilus (1:1–2)
The Great Commission to preach in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and all the world (1:4–8)
Ascension of Jesus Christ (1:9)
Prophecy of the Second Coming (1:10–11)
Matthias replaces Judas (1:12–26)
The Upper Room (1:13)
Holy Spirit comes at Pentecost (2), see also Paraclete
Peter heals a crippled beggar (3:1–10)
Peter's speech at the Temple (3:11–26)
Peter and John before the Sanhedrin (4:1–22)
Resurrection of the dead (4:2)
Everything is shared (4:32–37)
Ananias and Sapphira (5:1–11)
Seven Greeks appointed (6:1–7)
Saint Stephen before the Sanhedrin (6:8–7:60)
Philip the Evangelist (8:4–40)
Simon Magus (8:9–24)
Ethiopian eunuch (8:26–39)
Conversion of Saul (9:1–31, 22:1–22, 26:9–24)
Peter heals Aeneas and raises Tabitha from the dead (9:32–43)
Conversion of Cornelius (10:1–8, 24–48)
Peter's vision of clean and unclean animals (10:9–23, 11:1–18)
Church of Antioch founded (11:19–30)
term "Christians" first used (11:26)
Saint James the Great executed (12:1–2)
Peter's rescue from prison (12:3–19)
Death of Herod Agrippa I [in 44] (12:20–25)
"the voice of a god" (12:22)
Mission of Barnabas and Saul (13–14)
"Saul, who was also known as Paul" (13:9)
"gods ... in human form" (14:11)
Council of Jerusalem (15:1–35)
Paul separates from Barnabas (15:36–41)
2nd and 3rd missions of Paul (16–20)
Paul's Areopagus sermon (17:16-34)
Trial before Gallio c. 51–52 (18:12–17)
Paul's journey to Jerusalem and arrest (21)
Paul before FelixFestusAgrippa II (24–26)
Paul's journey to Rome (27–28)
Paul called a god on Malta (28:6)
Paul awaits triasl in Rome, preaching without hindrance