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Thank you for visiting midactstruths.com, a website designed to explain and defend a mid-Acts view of Scripture. We understand the Church, the Body of Christ was formed in mid-Acts as opposed to early-Acts (Acts 2) or late-Acts (Acts 28). We also do not agree with our Covenant brothers who see only one people of God throughout history and thus identify today’s Church as spiritual Israel.

Early-Acts adherents (such as Ryrie) call those that believe the mid-Acts and late-Acts positions hyperdispensationalists and ultradispensationalists respectively. However, I like to think of myself as a dispensationalist while those of the Acts 2 persuasion are hypodispensationalists and the Acts 28 people as hyperdispensationalists. I really prefer to remove the emotionally-charged labels and stick with the more descriptive labels of early-, mid-, and late-Acts.

Those who register will be able to manage their own comments by editing or deleting past comments. If you would like to submit your mid-Acts friendly articles for posting, sent me an email with a sample article. If your article fits the scope of this website then I will register you as an author so you will be able to post and delete your own articles as you see fit. I am also working on posting several Bible studies that may be helpful in understanding God’s Word.

It is my desire to bring glory to God by giving us all a better understanding of His word that ultimately should draw us closer to God and help us in becoming more Christ-like.

 

 

Current Sunday School Lesson:

Matthew Lesson 102

(Lessons are usually updated Saturday evening)

 

Audio files of the Sunday School lessons on Matthew are now available. Go to the lesson you would like to hear and select “Sunday School lesson audio file” at the top of the page.

 

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Gary Johnson

Please join us every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. for teaching from Scripture that has a mid-Acts perspective. I teach Jesus Christ’s last revelation that was given through the Apostle Paul and pertains directly to the Church, the Body of Christ (Acts 26:16; Galatians 1:12).

Click on the link below for address information.

Bethesda Church

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