ACTS

Acts or ACTS may refer to:

Christianity
  • Acts of the Apostles (genre), a genre of early Christian literature
  • Acts of the Apostles, the fifth book in the Bible's New Testament
  • Adoration, Confession/Contrition, Thanksgiving, Supplication (or Intercession) – an acronym intended to illustrate the different purposes of Christian prayer
  • ACTS Retirement-Life Communities - a faith based long-term care network.
Communications and television
  • Aboriginal Christian Television System
  • Advance Community Television Station, a television station in Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS), a satellite launched in 1993 by Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-51
  • American Christian Television Services, parent company of WTLW in Lima, Ohio
  • American Christian Television System, a defunct television network run by the Southern Baptist Convention
  • Associated Christian Television System, parent company of WACX in Orlando, Florida
Air transport, spaceflight and technology
  • Air Corps Tactical School, the first military professional development school for officers of the United States Army Air Service and United States Army Air Corps.
  • Advanced Crew Transportation System, a proposed joint European/Russian/Japanese manned spaceflight system
Computing, automation, computer networks
  • Automated Coin Toll System, a system used for collecting coins at payphones
Transportation
  • ACTS Nederland BV, railfreight company in the Netherlands
  • ACTS, Abrollcontainer-Transportsystem (german) or Afzet Container Transport Systeem (Dutch) - a type of intermodal road/rail container system designed for operation without the use of cranes or lifting gear

Famous quotes containing the word acts:

    I fear I agree with your friend in not liking all sermons. Some of them, one has to confess, are rubbish: but then I release my attention from the preacher, and go ahead in any line of thought he may have started: and his after-eloquence acts as a kind of accompaniment—like music while one is reading poetry, which often, to me, adds to the effect.
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)