William J. Larkin, Jr. ; D. Stuart Briscoe, Haddon Robinson, consulting editors.
Downers, Ill., USA
Written in English.
About the Book
In Acts, the sequel to his Gospel, Luke tells how the Holy Spirit transformed a ragtag band of believers into a unified, world-engaging church. And as William Larkin explores this narrative of the early church, he offers inspiration and insight for readers who wonder how the gospel may be advanced in the increasingly divided and skeptical culture of the early twenty-first century.
In this clear, incisive commentary, readers will find an introduction with background material concerning authorship, date and purpose, as well as a summary of important theological themes. A passage-by-passage exposition follows that focuses on understanding what significance Acts had for its original readers in order to see its relevance for the church today. Students, pastors, Bible teachers and everyone who wants to understand the message of Acts for the church will benefit from this excellent resource.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -422).
|Series||The IVP New Testament commentary series ;|
|Dewey Decimal Class||226.6/077|
|Library of Congress||BS2625.3 .L374 1995|
The Physical Object
|Pagination||422 p. ;|
|Number of pages||422|
|Dimensions||8.5 x 5.6 x 1.6 inches|
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