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The Narrative Unity of Luke-Acts A Literary Interpretation

| January 6, 2011

The above book by Robert C. Tannehill is quickly becoming one of my favorite “commentaries” on Acts. To call it a commentary is somewhat misleading. Instead delving deeply into a verse by verse discourse, it shows the narrative link between Luke and Acts through echoes. I am seeing things in Acts – a book read […]

Churches of the New Testament by Ethan Longhenry

| October 15, 2009

It takes a unique skill to write a book like “Churches of the New Testament.”  Filled with facts, where sentence after sentence carries details, the writer, Ethan R. Longhenry is able to keep the reader engaged. “Churches of the New Testament” is not a book dealing only with the first century churches which received inspired […]

Reading Romans – Robert F. Turner

| September 18, 2009

Sometimes simplicity is found among the morass of scholarship.  Of all the New Testament books, Romans is often cited as the most theologically complex.  Considering the theme of Romans maybe we should be shocked it is not even more complicated.  I heard a review of a certain convoluted commentary on Romans which said that Romans […]