The Bible Knowledge Commentary Acts and Epistles

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Format: Paperback

Vendor: David C. Cook

Publication Date: March 01, 2018


ISBN: 0830772685

ISBN-13: 9780830772681

Number of Pages: 448

Series: BK Commentary

Dimensions: 8.25 × 5.50 (inches)

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Grace and peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ...
 
This verse-by-verse commentary takes us from the early church in Acts through Paul’s letters, helping us understand more deeply our salvation, God’s call to relationship, and why grace is the cornerstone of our life in Christ.
 
In the book of Acts, Luke portrays the tensions, persecutions, and hopes of the early church. This detailed commentary digs deep into the zeal and joy of Christ’s earliest followers and what these men and women teach us about community in Christ.
 
Once an enemy of Christianity, Paul became a follower of Christ who helped the early church grow in obedience and love. His letters include some of the most beloved words of Scripture, as well as profound challenges to be more like Christ in our words and actions.
 
Be inspired as you learn more about how the early church spread from Jerusalem to the ends of the earth.
 

Author Info

John F. Walvoord was president of Dallas Theological Seminary from 1952 to 1986 and served on the school’s faculty for fifty years. As one of the most influential theologians of the twentieth century, Walvoord wrote numerous books, including TheRapture Question and The Millennial Kingdom.
 
Dr. Roy B. Zuck was department chairman and professor of Bible exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary, where he served on faculty from 1973 until 1996. Dr. Zuck wrote or edited more than one hundred books on Christian education and biblical studies. He edited Dallas Seminary’s theological journal, Bibliotheca Sacra, for nearly forty years.
 

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