Interpretation 42 (2):146-157 (1988)
AbstractTo see in Acts only the triumphalist theology of a God who overruns all opposition is to miss the equally strong emphasis in this narrative on the rejection of the gospel and the persecution of its apostles; both are needed if Acts' theology is to be correctly understood
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