Darrell L. Bock on the Unity of Luke and Acts

Darrell Bock talks about the relationship between Luke and Acts. Thoughts?

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  • Chuck McKnight

    I agree. Luke and Acts are almost certainly two halves of a whole. It is a shame that the traditional book order for the New Testament breaks up the two.

  • http://zackallen.me Zack Allen

    TBotB ftw!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=516524954 Jacqui Norman

    I love this… I have never really understood why so many new Christians are advised to read John first, it can seem so complicated for the uninitiated! I have always advised people to start with Luke/Acts. There is a warmth and continuity, Jesus is revealed powerfully and yet without having passages that are so  difficult to understand.

    • Brad

      I believe that John is often recommended to new believers because it is the shortest of the gospels and it immediately “feeds” into Acts.  Maybe it’s a little like that “quick start” guide that comes with your new printer or digital camera.


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