As minister of preaching at St. Andrew's Chapel, Sproul follows the ancient practice of lectio continua (continuous exposition), here offering a passage-by-passage explication of Acts. Eminently practical, theologically astute, and intellectually rewarding, this outstanding resource illuminates afresh the birth of the church, the account of Paul's travels, and the Gentiles' acceptance of the gospel. 544 pages, hardcover from Crossway.
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Review 1 for Acts: St. Andrew's Expositional Commentary
I got this book because I was preaching through parts of Acts. It was an invaluable resource to me during that time. Dr Sproul’s sermon notes from St. Andrews helped me gain insight and a new clarity of the scriptures. If you want to learn more about this great book of the Bible and especially if you are teaching or preaching through it, then I encourage you to purchase this resource from one of the greatest theologians of our time.
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Review 2 for Acts: St. Andrew's Expositional Commentary
I received this commentary for free from Crossway Publishing Co. as a review copy (this did not influence my review of this book and I was not required to give a good review). I have always enjoyed using commentaries as I have studied Scripture, both in school and for sermon preparation. When I received RC Sproul’s expositional commentary on Acts I was expecting a commentary that resembled most of the commentaries on the market. I was pleasantly surprised when I started working my way through this commentary. It is a collection of 62 expositional sermons on the book of Acts. It covers the entire book of Acts in sermon form. I will not re-preach these sermons, but I did find these sermons very eye opening and rich with sermon illustrations and insights into the passages themselves. Sproul identified this as a “big picture” commentary. He does a give a good “big picture” view of Acts. I highly recommend this commentary to any student of the Bible.