Walter L. Liefeld



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Interpreting the Book of Acts

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1 and 2 Timothy, Titus

4.04 avg rating — 52 ratings — published 1997 — 4 editions
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New Testament Exposition: F...

3.42 avg rating — 12 ratings — published 1984 — 2 editions
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New Testament Exposition /#...

4.33 avg rating — 3 ratings — published 1969
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Luke

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Luke: With the New Inernati...

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Ephesians

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Exposição do Novo Testamento

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The Expositor's Bible Comme...

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“The form of the text known as Byzantine is not quoted by writers of the first three Christian centuries, which suggests that it is a later form. Also it tends to combine readings (as a later harmonizing writer might do) when other texts have two different readings. Since the Byzantine text was widespread in later centuries (and therefore often called the “majority” text), it was used for the earliest printed editions of the Greek New Testament and underlies the King James Version.”
Walter L. Liefeld, Interpreting the Book of Acts

“The other reason is that Acts links the work of the Holy Spirit more with the life, character, and personal ministry of believers than with deeds such as signs and wonders.”
Walter L. Liefeld, Interpreting the Book of Acts

“If Acts is paradigmatic, it is not in the area of methods but of goals (the ends of the earth have still not been reached) and of power. The Holy Spirit continues what Jesus began to do, even today.”
Walter L. Liefeld, Interpreting the Book of Acts



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