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The Acts of the Apostles: Taming the Tongues of Fire (Phoenix Guides to the New Testament) Paperback – 6 Nov 2013

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This is a short and easily accessible commentary of the Book of The Acts of the Apostles. It is simple without being in the least simplistic. Whether you are an experienced New Testament scholar knowledgeable in the languages of the New Testament, or a beginner, you'll find this work helpful and within your grasp. Matthews deals with some topics that are at the forefront of biblical scholarship, such as the time in which the evangelist worked, taking a position that won't sit well with some in holding that the work dates from the second century, perhaps as late as 125CE. But she ably and skilfully defends her thesis on the point.

You'll profit from reading this book whether you're a professional biblical scholar or just a person interested in ancient literature that helped shape who we are today.
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