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The Acts of the Apostles (Pillar New Testament Commentary)

by David G. Peterson

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Peterson's commentary provides a balanced discussion of alternative interpretations to those advanced in the commentary, either in the text itself or in the footnotes. He does not ride particular denominational horses. He writes in a clear, easily understood style that is generally free of technical language. The commentary will serve one well as a general work on the text of Acts that reflects the best in contemporary scholarship. It will prove useful to the pastor preparing a sermon on a particular passage, to a teacher preparing on a limited text or the whole book, and as a textbook for students.
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