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“Through this process he has enabled his ‘brothers’ on earth to attain glory and honor as well” (Page 484)
“They warn, for example, that worship and preexistence language in regard to Christ is highly metaphorical imagery” (Pages 484–485)
“thus encapsulates the final point toward which the whole history of monarchy” (Page 258)
“The author justifies the Gentile mission through a variety of narrative devices (especially epiphanies, prophecies, and miracles) that prove its divine authorization and guidance. The origins and direction of the church’s growth, as well as its particular social arrangements, reveal a divinely determined plan that has the welfare of humanity for its scope. The church’s destiny is to create for God a λαός, a people drawn ‘from among the nations’ (15:14, cf. 18:10).” (Pages 78–79)
“The events in Caesarea are interpreted both as a replication of Pentecost (2:1–42), the defining moment of Christianity’s institutional history, and as a fulfillment of the dominical prophecy that had opened Luke’s account of that history (11:16; cf. 1:5).” (Page 91)