Two separate studies are included in this booklet. The first, The Address on the Envelope, explains that the historic, prophetic and literary portions of Scripture are usually in the form of short scrolls. God’s latest and highest communications have come to us in the form of letters or, if more formal or of a public character, epistles. The epistolary portions of the Scriptures are usually introduced by some specific indication as to the person or persons from whom the epistle comes and to whom it is directed. Knowing this and applying this principle in a practical way will be of great help in learning to “correctly cut the Word of truth.” When Did the Church Begin? is a study centered in the book of Acts, answering the question asked through its title, giving special attention to the significance of Paul’s being “severed” (Acts 13:2), with a view toward establishing the ecclesia which is Christ’s body, beginning the ecclesia as it is today.
A. E. Knoch, 30 pages . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00