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eBook Acts download

by David J. Williams

eBook Acts download ISBN: 0943575206
Author: David J. Williams
Publisher: Hendrickson Pub (September 1, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 512
ePub: 1565 kb
Fb2: 1560 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Bible Study and Reference

Descended from Australian convicts, David J. Williams nonetheless managed to be born in Hertfordshire, England, and subsequently moved to Washington . just in time for Nixon’s impeachment.

David J. Williams, PhD, ThM, was educated at the University of Melbourne and Fuller Theological . I've been reading Acts in Greek. Williams, PhD, ThM, was educated at the University of Melbourne and Fuller Theological Seminary and served as vice principal of Ridley College Melbourne. His publications include The Promise of His Coming and Paul's Metaphors.

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This work on Acts by David Williams approaches the book as historical, yet takes seriously the discussion surrounding this aspect of the book. Acts - eBook (9781441237453) by David J.

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The International Biblical Commentary Series uses the New International Version of the Bible and is an evangelical scholarly treatment of each book of the Bible. This work on Acts by David Williams approaches the book as historical, yet takes seriously the discussion surrounding this aspect of the book. The Introduction takes into account issues of date, occasion, sources and historical accuracy. The commentary itself focuses on each event in Acts and comes with copious notes. A good commentary for the scholar and advanced lay person.

"The book of Acts is a current focus of scholarly debate, and it is valuable to have [Williams'] substantial contribution . . . careful and accurate in his background, details, and discussions . . . this is a very sound, all-round treatment of Acts."—Colin J. Hemer†

"Williams has left virtually no stone unturned in his attempt to bring every feature of interest and debate to the reader's attention . . . this well-written commentary is recommended to all, teacher and student alike."—Craig A. Evans