The Book Of Acts Hardcover – Jun 30 1988
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About the Author
Bruce was the Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester, England.
(19101990) The Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester, England. During his distinguished career he wrote numerous widely used commentaries and books and served as the general editor of the New International Commentary on the New Testament series from 1962 to 1990.
Gordon D. Fee es profesor emerito de Nuevo Testamento en Regent College, Vancouver, Canada, y ha escrito numerosos libros como "La lectura eficaz de la Biblia, Exegesis del Nuevo Testamento: manual para estudiantes y pastores, La primera epistola a los Corintios, y los publicados por la Coleccion Teologica Contemporanea: "Comentario de la Epistola a los Filipenses y Comentario de las Epistolas a 1 y 2 Timoteo y Tito.
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I must admit that the introduction in this volume seems inadequate, but Bruce provides a much better introduction in his commentary on the Greek text of Acts which is still available. At any rate, this is still a very valuable and helpful contribution to the study of Acts.
Moderate/conservative and reformed in his roots, this commentary wins five stars because of it's valuable sholarship. I would also recommend Acts commentaries by I. Marshall Howard (Tyndale) and Richard Longenecker (Expositor's) if you are looking for exegesis and sholarly contribution... if you want "application" and "light devotional" material there are plenty of others to choose from (that are generally mediocre in terms of interpreting and explaining the meaning of the text).
A word of caution to the traditional "charismatic": You may not agree with all he has to say about the traditional "baptism of the Spirit" proof text passages... I still recommend reading it so that you may be challenged to interpret Acts again.
But, if you can only buy one book (commentary) on Acts, go try Adjith Fernando's NIV Application Commentary.
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Really good commentary series. This a Technical and Pastoral commentary so is helpful for anyone preparing a sermon and for people who are just trying to study the Bible.Published on Nov. 18 2011 by RitchES
Mr. Bruce does an excellent job of giving the reader the necessary background information underlying the text of Acts. Read morePublished on Oct. 20 1999 by Timotheos Josephus