Answer New Testament questions with expert commentary
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Each volume in the ACNT contains an introduction and topical overview of each book of the New Testament, along with an account of that book’s influence in church history, such as the impact of Romans on Augustine, Wesley, and Barth, as well as Martin Luther’s appraisal of James. The authors also discuss textual issues, historical topics such as authorship and dating, as well as literary conventions and exegetical and interpretive challenges.
Each commentary concludes with a bibliography of other books, articles, and reference works to consult for further study.
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Unwrap the unspeakably cruel death of Christ
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