Final Day of the Theology of Luke and Acts Blog Tour
We have quite a few reviews to share during this final day of the blog tour for A Theology of Luke and Acts. These reviews focus on many different chapters from Bock’s latest work, and come at it from a wonderful variety of perspectives.
Our thanks to everyone who participated in the tour, it was clear that all of you put quite a bit of thought and effort into your engagement with this book, and that is very much appreciated.
And don’t worry, if you didn’t get your review in on time, we are still happy to share it with the readers of Koinonia at a later date – so feel free to link below!
[Find more reviews in Round One and Round Two of the tour]
Aaron Armstrong - How Did Luke Use The OT in His Writing?
Benjamin Merritt - People on the Margins in Luke-Acts
Bo White - Those Other People, Outside the Chosen Ones
Brian LePort - The Scriptures in Luke-Acts according to Bock
Chris – The Unity of Luke-Acts
Danny - Women, the Poor and the Social Dimensions in Luke-Acts
Frank Gantz - Ecclesiology in Luke-Acts
G. A. Dietrich – The Church and The Way in Luke-Acts
Gaines - The Case for the Unity of Luke-Acts
Hautzeng – A Review of A Theology of Luke and Acts
Irish Dutchman - Luke-Acts in the Canon
Jimmy R. Reagan - The Law in Luke-Acts
John Brand - The Gentiles and the Expression “the nations” in Luke-Acts
John Bugay - God’s Character, God’s Plan
Keith Clark - The Law in Luke-Acts
Kevin Fiske - The Law in Luke-Acts
Phil Long – An Overview of A Theology of Luke and Acts
Spiritually Wired - Discipleship and Ethics in the New Community
Vanessa - the Holy Spirit in Luke-Acts
Zach Ford - The Many Dimensions of Salvation in Luke-Acts
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