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For hundreds of years, the church has read the book of Acts during the season of Easter. Chronologically this makes sense: Acts begins with the resurrection and picks up the story where gospels end.
In practice however, this may seem like a strange choice. Why read the book of Acts in its entirety every year?American Christians tend to see the church as either an historical institution or a spiritual reality. Regularly reading the book of Acts helps us resist these two tendencies.
Sadly, many view these perspectives as mutually exclusive, which is where the error of these two tendencies lies. The book of Acts teaches us that the church is both an invisible spiritual reality and an historical institution. Reading Acts annually reminds us of the church’s past so that we might be faithful followers of Jesus in the present and future.
If you are not currently reading scriptures devotionally, consider joining with the church in our annual reading of the Acts of the Apostles in your daily prayers.
The Rev. Bryan BibaAssociate Rector, Adult Discipleship
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