The book of Acts recounts the birth of the church and the ministry of the disciples. It is of critical importance in the New Testament, and in this helpful guide, the section-by-section commentary draws out the historical, theological, and pastoral significance of the biblical text.
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International Study Guides
Fortress Press is proud to have partnered with British publisher SPCK to bring added awareness and energy to the highly regarded International Study Guides series.
The vision of the series is simple: to highlight the scholarship, wisdom, and insight of scholars working in global contexts. The selection brought together here ranges widely across theology, Bible, and Christian history, but is held together by an accessible tone, brief length, and helpful insights for the student and scholar.
Praise for the series
“To be relevant to life, theology has to be contextual. The International Study Guides are a tremendous help to people. They broaden their concept of the mission of the Church and their Christian responsibility.”
Titles in this series are now available!
What is the relevance of the gospel in the modern world? Whenever we ask this question, we are "doing theology." Taking its cue from the Bible, this introductory text considers the impact of language, history and culture, as well as of science, philosophy and other religions, on Christians.
In this exciting volume, Diane B. Stinton has assembled the work of nearly twenty prominent African theologians, making their writings accessible to the introductory level student.
The Formation of the Christian Scriptures is the second volume in a two-part introduction to the New Testament tracing the processes by which the various parts of the New Testament as we know it came to be written and put together, accepted as Scripture, and then translated.
Understanding and Using the Bible is an engaging and exciting introduction to biblical methods and practices of study, edited by two trusted teachers in collaboration with a diverse array of contributors.