I regularly hear from blog readers that my posts about Bible charts are very helpful for people attempting to study and understand the Bible.
On this blog I have shared charts and studies on the books of:
Even though some of my methods of creating Bible charts have slightly changed since I wrote those posts (the main change is that I try to keep everything on one page), I still find it helpful for me to create a chart of a Bible book when I study it.
In today’s post I share a chart for the book of Acts (below), but first I would like to point you to some great blog posts I found around the web about leadership and the book of Acts. Here’s a brief compilation:
- Barnabas: An Encouraging Church Leader, part 1
- Barnabas: An Encouraging Church Leader, part 2
- Godly Leadership (Acts 20:17-21)
- Early Signs of Leadership Training Development in Acts
- A Biblical Look at Leadership (Acts 27:1-44)
- Leadership Lessons from the Book of Acts
- Job Description for Church Leaders (Acts 20:28)
Chart of Acts (pdf version)
When I create Bible charts I follow the method taught to me by Dr. Elliott Johnson at Dallas Theological Seminary. A synoptic study Bible chart should include:
- A Summary Message of the Entire Book
- A Brief Outline of the Book
- Structural Markers
- Theological Themes
Question: What features should I have included in this chart of Acts? What element did you find the most helpful?