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Paperback - 190 pp
Augsburg Publishing House
Jacob Jervell charts a new course in the interpretation of the
theology of Luke-Acts -- one that covers Luke's perspective on Paul,
the early history of Jewish Christianity, the understanding of Scripture
in Acts, the role of women in Luke-Acts, and much more.
In a fresh and intriguing way Dr. Jervell argues that the Jewish
perspective of these two largest New Testament books is great --
much greater than is usually recognized by dominant exegetes from
the time of F. C. Baur to the present.
Readers are certain to be stimulated by the insights in these
nine provocative essays by one of the world's leading New Testament