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2. Study each lesson looking up the Scriptures in your own Bible. Go off the Internet and study the lesson you saved in step 1 above (to study a lesson on computer, open the saved lesson in your browser or PDF reader). Read the lesson and study in your Bible the passages the lesson tells you to read. Write down on paper your answers to the questions.
3. Return to this page on our web site and submit your answers to the questions. Go to the menu below and click on the link for the quiz page for your lesson (or simply click on the link at the end of the lesson page). Follow the directions to submit your answers to us and receive your grade. This completes your lesson.
The courses and lessons are designed to be studied in order as listed in our menus. Please study the courses in order and complete all lessons in a course before moving on to another course (the computer will ask!). Thank you for your cooperation. Click here to see the list of courses.
|Lesson Title||Download Lesson||Submit Answers|
|Lesson 1: Preparing for the Church to Begin||PDF-#1||Quiz-#1|
|Lesson 2: The First Gospel Sermon||HTML-#2||PDF-#2||Quiz-#2|
Lesson 3: The First Converts at Work
Lesson 4: The Beginning of Persecution
Lesson 5: Problems Inside & Outside the Church
|Lesson 6: Persecution Helps Spread the Gospel||HTML-#6||PDF-#6||Quiz-#6|
|Lesson 7: To Judea and Beyond||HTML-#7||PDF-#7||Quiz-#7|
We strongly recommend that you look up each reference in the book of Acts in your own Bible. However, if necessary you can find a Bible text online by clicking on this link: Bible texts. (We recommend using one of the following translations: King James, New King James, American Standard, New American Standard. Use of other translations may result in answers our computer grading system does not recognize!)
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