Luke–Acts can also be seen as a defense of (or apology for) the Jesus movement addressed to the Jews: the bulk of the speeches and sermons in Acts are addressed to Jewish audiences, with the Romans serving as external arbiters on disputes concerning Jewish customs and law.
Who or what was the Book of Acts addressed to?
Like Luke, Acts is addressed to the unknown reader Theophilus, and in the introduction to Acts, it is made clear that it is a continuation of Luke: “In the first book, Theophilus, I wrote about all that Jesus did and taught from the beginning until the day he was taken up to heaven” (1:1–2).
Why did Luke write the Acts?
Some argue that Luke wrote the Book of Acts while in Rome, not only as a defense of Christianity in general but also as a defense of the Apostle Paul as he appeared before Caesar. One of the important characteristics of the Book of Acts is its accuracy.
What is the occupation of the writer of the Book of Acts?
Luke- Wrote the book of Acts to Theophilus, a disciple of Jesus Saul- Got his name changed to Paul (was a Greek name), was born in Tarsus, he was Jewish, of the tribe Benjamin, it was his occupation of a tent maker, he w as Pharisee, that was his religiou.