Lessons For Today’s Church From The Life Of The Early Church – J Warner Wallace

There are so many really excellent Christian Apologetic resources available now and this article authored by J. Warner Wallace from his coldcasechristianity.com website is a prime example. If you haven’t already bookmarked Jim’s website, please do, because it is a wealth of up-to-date and highly relevant information.


The first Christians were revolutionaries. The group they formed was, in many ways, very different from what we know as the Church today. According to the Book of Acts, they met in their homes and devoted themselves to God’s Word. As a result, these early Christians brought about the most amazing and powerful transformation the world has ever known. Think about it for a minute. Christians emerged in the midst a tremendously diverse Roman melting pot of social and religious ideas, and through purely peaceful means completely changed the Empire and united it under the banner of Christianity. And they did it without a single mega-church, television program or website. They simply opened their homes, spoke the truth fearlessly and trusted God for the results. Long before Christianity became a dominant political power, it was a divine movement of God.

To read the rest of this excellent post please click on the direct line below:

coldcasechristianity.com/writings/lessons-for-todays-church-from-the-life-of-the-early-church/

Worthy is the Lamb! Blessings!

4 comments

  1. The early Christians made such a big impact. I’ve been reading some of Aristides writings lately – “See how they love one another.” Can we say the same today?

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