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Edification for Pentecost: The Book of Acts in 3 Minutes

Edification for Pentecost: The Book of Acts in 3 Minutes

Inspiration for the Pentecost season– The Book of Acts in 3 Minutes! I especially like the part where “God rocks the house, literally.”


(By the way, does anyone out there know who created this? Much Google searching has left me in the dark, and if someone can fill me in, I’d like to be able to give credit here, once and for all…)

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Matthew Buterbaugh+

It's also a bit misleading to say that at Pentecost, people "spoke in tongues". In general, this was entertaining and informative, so I give it props.

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Scott Christian

I too enjoyed it but I only wish the video had not labeled Peter's raising a man from the dead as a "resurrection."

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laurenstanley

Theresa, I believe its from The Church at Brook Hills (TheChurchAtBrookHills.org). They certainly seem responsible for this video ...

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