The birth, life, lessons, and death of the Christ is chronicled in what we call "The Gospels."
Must has been discussed, argued over, pontificated and fought about since then.
Many discuss, ad nauseum (to the point of throwing up), the letters of the Apostle Paul to the point that these letters seem to take precedence over the life and mission of Christ and dominate the "teachings" of the "church world" today.
The 28 chapters of the modern Bible we call ACTS (formally named THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES) have been buried beneath man's desire for "structure," "law" and "protocol."
We tend to go to the letters for our doctrine and to justify our beliefs.
My question is this: what did the believers that Paul wrote these letters of instruction, and in some cases, correction have to grow the fellowship by 3,000 and 5,000 and more without these letters?
Is there a reason the body of believers grew so fast then as opposed to how?
Help me discover the lost motivation of this much ignored history of the early church.
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