Investigating the flight of the first century church, and the path of its wreckage across the landscape of the last 1900 years.
The New Testament can be compared to the "black box" of an airplane, which records the communications of the flight crew and other warning indicators that shed light on the circumstances of the crash.
What happened to the "flight" of the first century church? Why did it fail to reach its prophetic destiny? Why does the past 1900 years of Christian history depict a religion so radically different from the description of the first church in the book of Acts?
Could it be that it is describing the flight of an entirely different plane?