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A Theology of Luke and Acts - A Pastoral Review

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A Theology of Luke and ActsDarrell Bock’s highly anticipated A Theology of Luke and Acts isn’t in stores (yet!), but a few early review copies have gone out and posts are starting to go up, including this review from Grace for Sinners

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“Zondervan is offering a new series, Biblical Theology of the New Testament. Its aim is to contribute a holistic study of introductory materials, biblical themes, and interpretative guides for pastors and theologians. Needless to say I was intimidated upon receiving this voluminous book. However, what I found was that my dust covered memories from seminary New Testament book classes were resurrected to new life. Bock has done a wonderful service for pastors and theologians. 

…I would highly recommend this book for pastors wanting to ramp into a sermon series. Bock does a thorough job looking at Lucan themes which would be hugely beneficial in developing the structure of your preaching series. My copy is littered with underlines, highlights, and notes. As a matter of fact, after reading Bock you might decide it would be beneficial to preach through Luke and Acts together.”

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