Dr. Hans Bayer

Dr. Hans F. Bayer is Professor of New Testament and Chair of the New Testament Department at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, MO. Dr. Bayer received his M.A. and M.Div. from Ashland Theological Seminary, and his Ph.D. from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. Born and raised in Germany, he taught for ten years at the German Theological Seminary at Giessen, where he also planted and co-pastored a church. Dr. Bayer lectures and preaches regularly in the U.S. and Europe. He has published English and German monographs, essays, and dictionary articles, primarily on the Gospels and the book of Acts

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Tema-tema Utama

Instructor: Dr. Hans Bayer

Explores the three major concepts that Luke addressed as he unfolded the unhindered spread of the gospel of God's kingdom in the days of the early church.

From the series: Kitab Kisah Para Rasul, Lesson 3

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Struktur dan Isi

Instructor: Dr. Hans Bayer

Examines the structure and content of Acts by looking at the ways Luke organized his material, and at the message he intended to teach.

From the series: Kitab Kisah Para Rasul, Lesson 2

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Latar Belakang Kisah Para Rasul

Instructor: Dr. Hans Bayer

Investigates the author, historical setting, and the theological background of the book of Acts.

From the series: Kitab Kisah Para Rasul, Lesson 1

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