Initiated by international scholars as a Catholic and ecumenical, academic and pastoral enterprise, The International Bible Commentary brings together many voices, Catholic and ecumenical, speaking from different cultural perspectives to God's Word.1The Origins of the Church atAntioch: 11:19-30 Luke interrupts the aquot;Acts of Peteraquot; to insert a condensed account of the origins ... He put James the brother of John to death and imprisoned Peter, intending to condemn him to death after the feast of Passover (12:1-4). ... For one thing the story of Petera#39;s deliverance from prison calls to mind the deliverance of Goda#39;s people from captivity in Egypt at the Exodus.
|Title||:||The International Bible Commentary|
|Author||:||William Reuben Farmer|