The account in Acts Ch. 20 of Paul’s visit to Troas on his way to Jerusalem includes the remarkable events involving a young man, Eutychus, who, falling into a deep sleep falls from a window on the third floor and… Read More ›
Here are the remaining chapters from “The Restoration of All Things in Acts 3:21 – a Structural Analysis of Peter’s Sermon in Acts 3:11-26”. I hope that you are finding these chapters from my forthcoming book interesting, and I look… Read More ›
I have been posting chapters from my forthcoming book “The Restoration of All Things in Acts 3:21 – a Structural Analysis of Peter’s Sermon in Acts 3:11-26”. The chapters in the previous post were quite “technical” and detailed, so I… Read More ›
Here are the next chapters from “The Restoration of All Things in Acts 3:21 – a Structural Analysis of Peter’s Sermon in Acts 3:11-26”. There are a lot of chiasms here!
I have recently completed a book on Peter’s Sermon in Acts 3:11-26 in which I propose an interpretation of the expression “the restoration of all things” (in v. 21) which is somewhat at variance with the views put forward in… Read More ›
Acts 1:11 is widely interpreted as referring specifically to a still future return of Jesus Christ at the end of history, or a return which inaugurates a series of eschatological events still in the future. In this article, the view… Read More ›
1 Thessalonians 1:8 is described by the majority of Evangelical commentators and exegetes as referring to an evangelistic mission or other evangelism carried out by the recently-converted Thessalonians – evangelistic activity which covered the two Roman provinces of Macedonia (in… Read More ›
In this final article on chiastic structures in Luke Ch. 4, I offer a few further suggestions for how the events here can be seen as linked together within the chapter as well as suggesting links between the events in… Read More ›