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A Theology of Luke and Acts - Blog Tour!

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I am excited to announce that we will soon be hosting a blog tour for Darrell Bock’s A Theology of Luke and Acts here on Koinonia!

In this second volume of the Biblical Theology of the New Testament series, Bock draws on his expertise in the writings of Luke, and explores the major theological themes of Luke and Acts, arguing that ultimately their focus is on Jesus and the continuation of his mission in the Spirit led early Church.

Regestration for the tour opens today, and the tour itself will run from July 23rd until the 27th.  

After we have finalized the list of bloggers, sections of the book will be assigned so that there is something unique to focus on in each individual review. 

If you are interested in reviewing A Theology of Luke and Acts, and believe you will be able to post a review during the week of the tour, click this link to sign up [Sorry, the tour has now reached its sign-up limit. Thank you for your interest!]

I look forward to reading your reflections on this important new book.

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