A distinguished group of scholars here provides a comprehensive survey of the theology of the early church as it is presented by the author of Acts. These twenty-five essays, designed to show the current state of scholarship in ways accessible to students of the New Testament, discuss the main themes in the theology of Acts: God's plan of salvation, the call of God and the spreading of the Word, the renewing work of the Holy Spirit, the relationship of Jews and Gentiles in the church, and more. The contributors are Stephen Barton, Hans Bayer, Craig Blomberg, Brad Bock, Peter Bolt, Doug Buckwalter, Brian Copper, Andrew Clark, Joel Greeen, G. Walter Hansen, I. howard Marshall, Heinz-Werner Neudorfer, John Nolland, David Seccombe, John Squires, Christoph Stenschke, Philip Towner, Max Turner, Robert Wall, abd Ben Witherington III.
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