(PUBTrinity)Latest volume in The New Testament in Context. Kee provides a detailed historical-cultural investigation of persons, places, and concepts, showing how Paul's message might have been understood in the ancient world. Extended excursus on Roman government and justice and the regions and cities visited. 304 pages, softcover.
To understand the books of the New Testament, it is essential that the reader be made aware of the social, cultural, and historical contexts in which each of them was produced. This commentary does just that for the Acts of the Apostles, seeking to sensitize the reader to what is written in the text, as well as the assumptions that lie behind it.
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