M. Eugene Boring and Fred B. Craddock present this new one-volume commentary on the New Testament. Writing from the fundamental conviction that the New Testament is the people's book, Boring and Craddock examine the theological themes and messages of Scripture that speak to the life of discipleship. Their work clarifies matters of history, culture, geography, literature, and translation, enabling people to listen more carefully to the text. This unique commentary is the perfect resource for clergy and church school teachers who seek a reference tool midway between a study Bible and a multivolume commentary on the Bible.12:1a19 Peter Delivered from Prison 12:1 About that time: The time of the famine and sending of money that had connected the Antioch church with Jerusalem. ... 12:2 He had James, the brother of John, killed: One of the Twelve, the son of Zebedee (see Luke 5:1a11; 6:12a16; Acts 1:13). ... 12:6 That very night: The verses following tell of Petera#39;s miraculous deliverance from prison, his acknowledging theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The People's New Testament Commentary|
|Author||:||M. Eugene Boring, Fred B. Craddock|
|Publisher||:||Westminster John Knox Press - 2010|