An Avondale graduate’s doctoral research about how the early church used human hands and feet to fulfil the mission of Jesus is now a book.
An examination and the application of talking hands and listening feet in the narratives of Acts with “accidental academic” Dr Carole Ferch-Johnson.
“Accidental academic” Dr Carole Ferch-Johnson’s examination of the way the early church represented Christ and His mission through the media of human hands and feet has implications for how we should share the gospel. The Avondale College of Higher Education PhD graduate explains more in this interview.
Bible writer Luke uses not only speech but also hand function to share the gospel of Jesus Christ, research by an Avondale doctoral graduate shows.