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The Great Commission stands as the single most important aspect of New Testament mandates, and without its realization, Christianity would have died –believers would have failed to pass Christian truths to others. Obviously, Jesus’ mandate to make disciples continues to impact the world, and through this manuscript, author Dr. Daniel Butler has thoroughly examined the Great Commission texts. Furthermore, by considering the only history book of the church in the New Testament – Acts – the study examines the church’s understanding, implementation, and fulfi llment of Jesus’ commissioning words. Although the Great Commission may appear fl awed with discrepancy at fi rst blush, the student of this material will walk with the author through each of Jesus’ commissioned texts in detail, compare their similarities, contrast any differences, and emerge with a consolidated grasp of Jesus’ mandate to make disciples. By reconciling every potential discrepancy, distilling the commission elements into a summary, and examining the disciples’ response in the book of Acts, the student of this study will experience enlightenment and understanding through grasping Jesus’ most important words and observing the early church’s fulfi llment.

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