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From the Inside Flap
For anyone interested in the origins of Christianity, Joseph A. Fitzmyer's The Acts of the Apostles
is indispensable. Beginning with the Ascension of Christ into heaven, and ending with Paul proclaiming the kingdom of God from a prison in Rome, this New Testament narrative picks up where the Gospel of Luke left off. The Acts of the Apostles is indeed a journey of nearly epic proportions--and one that requires a guide as adept as Fitzmyer.
Since Acts was most likely written by the same person who composed the Gospel of Luke, it is only fitting that the Anchor Bible Commentaries on these New Testament books should be written by the same author. With The Acts of the Apostles,
Fitzmyer gives readers the long-awaited companion to his two-volume commentary on the Gospel of Luke.
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