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Z Books Around the Web - A Theology of Luke and Acts

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Two bloggers recently offered reviews of Darrell Bock's A Theology of Luke and Acts. If you recently reviewed a book from Zondervan Academic let us know in the comments!

Jacob Sweeny at Semper Reformanda 

“Bock provides a scholars precision with pastoral sensitivity which ought to serve as an example for Evangelicals everywhere. His interest is not a cold, academic curiosity. It is clear that this work is a labor of love for the Word of God and the God revealed in it. I commend this volume to anyone seeking a better understanding of God’s Word and a deeper love for our savior.”

And, Craig Hurst at Theology For the Road

“A Theology of Luke and Acts is a very readable biblical theology of Luke-Acts. Bock has done a great job synthesizing the biblical theological themes that no doubt run through his commentaries. Though not a commentary, this is an essential book along side Bock’s, or any other commentators book on Luke and Acts, as it gives the reader the big picture of what Luke wrote to Theophilus and for us. It is clearly organized, exegetically mindful, OT rooted, eye-opening and lay friendly.”

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