Acts of the Apostles (Hermeneia: A Critical Historical Commentary on the Bible) e-book
by Hans Conzelmann
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Book Condition: Very Good - Standard used condition book with the inside having just a few minor markings and is otherwise clean and unmarked - Exterior of the book shows moderate signs of usage.
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The historical reliability of the Acts of the Apostles, the principal historical source for the Apostolic Age, is of interest for biblical scholars and historians of Early Christianity as part of the debate over the historicity of the Bible. Archaeological inscriptions and other independent sources show that Acts contains some accurate details of 1st century society with regard to the titles of officials, administrative divisions, town assemblies, and rules of the Second Temple in Jerusalem.
Acts of the Apostles book. Certainly if one had a particular interest in Acts, this is a book one should not pass u. .
The text has been thoroughly revised and updated. Publisher Description.
Hardcover: 259 pages. The Hermeneia series is one I had heard of for some time yet have only recently engaged in my studies on various books of the Bible.
Translated by J. Limburg, A. T. Kraabel and D. H. Juel.
Hermeneia: Acts of the Apostles.
Over 30,000 Pages of Scholarship. In the Hermeneia volumes, you will find various interpretations from the great theologians and church historians of the past. Hermeneia: Acts of the Apostles. Hermeneia: 1 Corinthians. Hermeneia: Galatians.
Hans Conzelmann (1915-1989) dedicated himself to New Testament studies at the universities of T bingen, Heidelberg, and G ttingen in Germany
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Hans Conzelmann (1915-1989) dedicated himself to New Testament studies at the universities of T bingen, Heidelberg, and G ttingen in Germany. His The Theology of St. Luke, introduced a new epoch in the interpretation of the Synoptic Gospels, followed by landmark studies on Jesus and Paul.
The name Hermeneia, from the Greek, has a rich background in the history of biblical interpretation as a term for the detailed, systematic exposition of a scriptural work.