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A Theology of Luke and Acts Blog Tour - Round 1

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Theology of Luke and ActsThis week at Koinonia we are excited to be hosting the blog tour for Darrell Bock’s A Theology of Luke and Acts!

Below are the bloggers who have posted their reviews so far, and the theme in the book that they chose to focus on.

Happy reading, 

 

Thoughts of a Freed Captive - The Unity of Luke-Acts 

Resolved for Christ – A Youth Pastor’s Perspective

Training for Godliness – Eschatology in Luke-Acts 

Behind The Veil - Reading Luke and Acts as Luke-Acts

Till He Comes – The Church in Luke and Acts

The Wright Site – The Theme of Luke-Acts 

Studium et Liturgica – Women and the Poor in Luke-Acts

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If you have a review to add, share a link in the comments below and we will add it to Round 2.

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