The book of Acts recounts the birth of the Church and the ministry
of the earliest disciples. It is arguably one of the most exciting
books in the New Testament; it tells of a shipwreck, a prison
escape and political squabbles. The book of Acts also occupies a
place of critical importance in the New Testament. The Gospels tell
us about the earthly ministry of Jesus of Nazareth while Acts
continues the story of the people who believed in him. It thus
bridges the gap between the Jesus of history and the Jesus of
faith. It is an immensely valuable historical record of the early
Church, a rich source of theological wisdom and a powerful
testament to the transformative power of the Holy Spirit. In this
helpful guide, the section-by-section commentary draws out the
historical, theological and pastoral significance of the biblical
text. There are also four theological essays that highlight the
relevance of the book of Acts today. Clear and helpful maps and
study suggestions at the end of each chapter make A Commentary on
Acts ideal for students on Biblical Study courses, and for anyone
wishing to learn more about this thrilling New Testament book.
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