The Book of Acts of the Apostles tells us about the early church and its faith. It also discusses the formation of the Church and the martyrdom of the early saints.
What new testament book tells us of the work of the early church
The Book of Acts, attributed as a sequel to Luke's Gospel, it considered the 'history book' of the early Church.
The establishment and early history of Christ's church (and its members) is recorded in the New Testament book of Acts of the Apostles.
The Old Testament tells of the old history of the nation of Israel. The New Testament tells of the history of Jesus and His Church.
The book of the bible that tells about the early days of the church is called the Acts of the Apostles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
the book of acts
The New Testament
The Book of Acts is the historical account of the early church in the Bible.
In the New Testament book of Acts, chapter 2 it tells about the Holy Spirit coming as the disciples were gathered for Pentecost.
Here it is the new testament in the bible , as it tells of the various experience of the people and the disciples in the early church.
Roman Catholic AnswerThe Book of Acts tells about the establishment of the Church. It tells about the early Christian community, the first sermons, the earliest missions, the first martyrdom, the Church in Jerusalem. The foundation of the Church in Antioch is described in chapter 11; the first ecumenical Council (of which Vatican Council II was the latest) is described in chapter 13, etc.