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Fall 2012 Giveaway: Acts by Eckhard Schnabel

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Over the next two weeks, we will be announcing our releases this fall 2012 (spring 2012 for our friends south of the Equator). And we're giving you a chance to win a copy (2 people will win each giveaway)! You can also get extra entries when you share on Facebook, "like" on Facebook, or promote via Twitter. See PunchTab info in post below. If you are reading this post via email or RSS, please visit Koinonia to enter. Thanks for helping us get the word out!

 

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Written by notable evangelical scholars, the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament series (ZECNT) consistently provides the main point, an exegetical outline, verse-by-verse commentary, and theology in application in each section of every commentary, allowing readers to concentrate on the biblical author’s message as it unfolds.

 

This next release, Acts by Eckhard Schnabel highlights: (1) the work of God through the exalted Jesus who grants the presence of the Holy Spirit; (2) the significance of Jesus who is Israel’s Messiah and the Savior of the world and who directs the expansion of the church; (3) the work of the Holy Spirit as transforming power present in the lives of the followers of Jesus and their communities; (4) the identity of the church as the community of God, comprised of Jews and Gentiles who are followers of Jesus; (5) the mission of the church whose leaders take the gospel to cities and regions of the Roman Empire in which Jesus has not yet been proclaimed as Messiah and Savior; and (6) the historical events and the persons who played a role in the expansion of earliest Christianity. Eckhard Schnabel is the Mary F. Rockefeller Distinguished Professor of New Testament Studies at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

 

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