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Jerusalem to Rome

studies in the Book of Acts

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This edition was published in by Baker Book House in Grand Rapids.

Written in English

202 pages

Dr. Homer A. Kent, Jr. taught New Testament and Greek at Grace Theological Seminary and Grace College in Winona Lake, IN for some fifty years. He is in his element when discussing The Acts of the Apostles.

Luke's second book gives us an up close and personal look at the earliest days of Christ's church. This book explains many of Acts' difficult passages in plain language. When original languages are discussed, explanatory footnotes let non-theologians in on everything. Relevant pictures, many of them the author's own, put the reader into the middle of the action.

Although Dr. Kent's scholarship takes a back seat to no-one's, this book is perfectly understandable and useful to unlettered readers. A very good tool for serious Bible study.

Reviewed by J.David Knepper at Reviews.AhavaBaptist.com

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Dr. Homer A. Kent, Jr. taught New Testament and Greek at Grace Theological Seminary and Grace College in Winona Lake, IN for some fifty years. He is in his element when discussing The Acts of the Apostles.

Luke's second book gives us an up close and personal look at the earliest days of Christ's church. This book explains many of Acts' difficult passages in plain language. When original languages are discussed, explanatory footnotes let non-theologians in on everything. Relevant pictures, many of them the author's own, put the reader into the middle of the action.

Although Dr. Kent's scholarship takes a back seat to no-one's, this book is perfectly understandable and useful to unlettered readers. A very good tool for serious Bible study.

Reviewed by J.David Knepper at Reviews.AhavaBaptist.com

Jerusalem to Rome

studies in the Book of Acts

This edition was published in by Baker Book House in Grand Rapids.


Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 198-202.

Series
New Testament studies

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
226/.6/07
Library of Congress
BS2625.5 .K44,

The Physical Object

Pagination
202 p.
Number of pages
202

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Open Library
OL4585364M
Internet Archive
jerusalemtoromes00kent
ISBN 10
0801053137
LC Control Number
77187723
Library Thing
192298
Goodreads
358642

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