[ <1 minutes to read ]This is the second volume in a set. The first volume covers the book of Luke and this second volume covers the book of Acts. As the title suggests, this is a literary commentary focusing on the narrative unity of Luke and Acts. He is not so much dealing with exegetical issues or theological issues. Tannehill analyzes the text for patterns of recurring words, ideas, and structures. This book was helpful for studying Acts on the narrative level.
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