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Studies in the Book of Acts

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Desiring to read Acts as the historical document that it is, John Williams' Studies in the Book of Acts is an expositional study of Acts. According to Williams, a historical reading of Acts would result in not only a better understanding of the New Testament, but also a more intelligent comprehension of the origin, organization, and early development of the Church. Focusing on each section of Acts, Williams' commentary guides the reader chronologically through the book of Acts.

  • Title: Studies in the Book of Acts
  • Author: John Williams (bishop of Connecticut)
  • Edition: Second Edition
  • Publisher: Thomas Whittaker
  • Print Publication Date: 1888
  • Logos Release Date: 2013
  • Pages: 178
  • Era: era:modern
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subjects: Bible. N.T. Acts › Commentaries; Bible › Criticism, interpretation, etc
  • Resource ID: LLS:ACTSWILLIAMS
  • Resource Type: Bible Commentary
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2020-12-08T15:40:38Z

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John A. Williams (1925–2015) was born near Jackson, Mississippi, and raised in Syracuse, New York. The author of more than twenty works of fiction and nonfiction, including the groundbreaking and critically acclaimed novels The Man Who Cried I Am and Captain Blackman, he has been heralded by the critic James L. de Jongh as “arguably the finest Afro-American novelist of his generation.” A contributor to the Chicago Defender, the New York Times, and the Los Angeles Times, among many other publications, Williams edited the periodic anthology Amistad and served as the African correspondent for Newsweek and the European correspondent for Ebony and Jet. A longtime professor of English and journalism, Williams retired from Rutgers University as the Paul Robeson Distinguished Professor of English in 1994. His numerous honors include two American Book Awards, the Syracuse University Centennial Medal for Outstanding Achievement, and the National Institute of Arts and Letters Award.
 

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    $7.49

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