Articles

Eduardo Ahrens K., “El destinatario del evangelio de Lucas.” Revista Biblica 60 (1998) 225-243.

Peter Anthony, 2010. What are they saying about Luke-Acts? Scripture Bulletin 40.1 (2010) 10-21.

A. D. Baum, “Autobiografische Wir- Und Er-Stellen in Den Neutestamentlichen Geschichtsbüchern Im Kontext Der Antiken Literaturgeschichte”. Biblica 88.4 (2007): 473-495.  [German]

Matthew Black, “Previous Work on the Aramaic of the Gospels and Acts”. In: An Aramaic Approach to the Gospels and Acts.  (3rd ed). (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 1998). pp 1-15.

Raymond E. Brown, “The Pater Noster as an Eschatological Prayer.” Theological Studies 22 (1961): 175-208.

F. F. Bruce, The Speeches in the Acts of the Apostles. (Tyndale New Testament Lecture, 1942.) (Londone: Tyndale Press, 1942).

F. F. Bruce, “The Speeches in Acts: Thirty Years After”. In: Robert Banks (ed). Reconciliation and Hope: New Testament Essays on Atonement and Eschatology Presented to L. L. Morris on His 60th Birthday. (Exeter: Paternoster Press, 1974). pp 53-68.

F. F. Bruce, “The Davidic Messiah in Luke-Acts”. In: Gary A Tuttle (ed). Biblical and near Eastern Studies: Essays in Honor of William Sanford Lasor. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1978). pp 7-17.

F. F. Bruce, “St. Paul in Macedonia”. Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 61.2 (1979) 337-354.

F. F. Bruce, “St Luke’s Portrait of St Paul”. In: George D. Dragas (ed). Aksum – Thyateira: A Festschrift for Archbishop Methodios of Thyateira and Great Britian. (London: Thyateira House, 1985). pp 181-191.

Carsten Burfeind, “Paulus Muß Nach Rom: Zur Politischen Dimension Der Apostelgeschichte”. New Testament Studies 46.1 (2000): 75-91.  [German]

Henry Joel Cadbury, “The Summaries in Acts”. In: Kirsopp Lake & Henry Joel Cadbury (eds). The Beginnings of Christianity: Part 1: The Acts of the Apostles.  Vol. 5: Additional Notes to the Commentary. (London: Macmillan, 1933). pp 392-402.

Brian Capper, “The Palestinian Cultural Context of Earliest Christian Community of Goods”. In: Richard Bauckham (ed). The Book of Acts in Its Palestinian Setting. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1995). pp 323-356.

Brian Capper, “Reciprocity and the Ethics of Acts”. In: I Howard Marshall & David Peterson (eds). Witness to the Gospel: The Theology of Acts. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1998). pp 499-518.

Brian Capper, “Public Body, Private Women: The Ideology of Gender and Space and the Exclusion of Women from Public Leadership in the Late First Century Church”. In: Robert Hannaford & J’annine Jobling (eds). Theology and the Body. (Leominster: Gracewing, 1999). pp 123-151.

Brian Capper, “The Church as the New Covenant of Effective Economics: The Social Origins of Mutually Supportive Christian Community”. International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 2. (2002): 83-102.

Brian Capper, “Jesus, virtuoso religion, and the community of goods.” (Paper presented in February 2008 in the seminar series Engaging Economics at St. Mary’s College, St. Andrews).

John T. Carroll, “The Parousia of Jesus in the Synoptic Gospels and Acts”. In: The Return of Jesus in Early Christianity. (Peabody: Hendrickson, 2000). pp 4-45.

J. Daryl Charles, “Engaging the (Neo) Pagan Mind: Paul’s Encounter with Athenian Culture as a Model for Cultural Apologetics (Acts 17:16-34)”. Trinity Journal 16.1 (1995): 47-62.

William Lane Craig, “The Disciples’ Inspection of the Empty Tomb (Lk 24,12.24; Jn 20,2-10)” in A. Denaux (ed.), John and the Synoptics, (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium 101; Louvain: Leuven University Press, 1992), pp. 614-619; reproduced at Leadership University‘s web site.

R. Robert Creech, “Most Excellent Narratee: The Significance of Theophilus in Luke-Acts.” (1989).

J. Severino Croatto, “El origen isaiano de las bienaventuranzas de Lucas: estudio exegético de Is 65, 11-1.” Revista Biblica 59 (1997) 1-16.

Stephen Curkpatrick, “The Spectre of Stephen and the Haunting of Acts”. Journal of Higher Criticism 9.1 (2002): 16-30.

István Czachesz, “The Acts of Paul and the Western Text of Luke’s Acts: Paul between Canon and Apocrypha”. In: Jan N. Bremmer (ed). The Apocryphal Acts of Paul and Thecla. (Studies on the Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles 2.). (Kampen: Kok Pharos, 1996). pp 107-125.

Robert Deffinbaugh, “Profession or Possession (Acts 4:32 – 5:11).” [no date]

J. K. Elliott, “The Greek Manuscript Heritage of the Book of Acts”. Filología Neotestamentaria 9. (1996): 37-50.

E. Earle Ellis, “The Role of the Christian Prophet in Acts”. In: Woodrow Ward Gasque & Ralph P. Martin (eds). Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F. F. Bruce on His 60th Birthday. (Exeter: Paternoster, 1970). pp 55-67.

E. Earle Ellis, “‘The End of the Earth’ (Acts 1:8)”. Bulletin for Biblical Research 1. (1991): 123-132.

Craig A. Evans, “Introduction: An Aramaic Approach Thirty Years Later”. In: Matthew Black (ed). An Aramaic Approach to the Gospels and Acts.  (3rd ed). (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 1998). pp v-xxv.

Wolfgang Fenske, “Aspekte Biblischer Theologie dargestellt an der Verwendung von Ps 16 in Apostelgeschichte 2 und 13″. Biblica 83. (2002): 54-70.  [German]

Greg W. Forbes, “Repentance and conflict in the parable of the lost son (Luke 15:11-32).” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 42.2 (1999) 211-229.

Jayson S. Galler, “Matthew 12:30; Mark 9:40; Luke 9:50; 11:23: ‘with and for’ or ‘against’?” Lutheran Theological Review 14 (2002): 10-26.

W. Ward Gasque, “The Historical Value of the Book of Acts: The Perspective of British Scholarship”. Theologische Zeitschrift 28. (1972): 177-196.

Beverly Roberts Gaventa, “Witnessing to the Gospel in the Acts of the Apostles: Beyond the Conversion or Conversation Dilemma”. Word & World 22.3 (2002): 238-245.

Mark Given, “The Unknown Paul: Philosophers and Sophists in Acts 17”, Society of Biblical Literature 1996 Seminar Papers (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1996), pp. 343-351.

David B. Gowler, “Hospitality and Characterization in Luke 11:37-54: A Socio-Narratological Approach”, Semeia 64 (1993), pp. 213-251, reproduced on Gowler’s Homepage.

Joel B. Green, “Conversion in Luke-Acts: The Potential of a Cognitive Approach” (Consultation on the Use of Cognitive Linguistics in Biblical Interpretation, Society of Biblical Literature, Annual Meeting, November 2006).

Adolf Harnack, “Das Magnificat der Elisabet (Lk 1:46-55) Nebst einigen Bemerkungen zu Lk 1 und 2″. In: Sitzungsberichte der Königlich Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse 1900, I, pp. 538-556. [German]

Adolf Harnack, “Über den Spruch ‘Ehre Sei Gott in der Höhe’ und das Wort ‘Eudokia’.” In: Sitzungsberichte der Königlich Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse 1915, II. pp. 854-875.

Erik M. Heen, “Radical Patronage in Luke-Acts”. Currents in Theology and Mission 33.6 (2006): 445-458.

Jenny Heimerdinger, “Word Order in Koine Greek: Using a Text-Critical Approach to Study Word Order Patterns in the Greek Text of Acts”. Filología Neotestamentaria 9. (1996): 139-180.

Martin Hengel, “Ioudaia in the Geographical List of Acts 2:9-11 and Syria as ‘Greater Judea’”. Bulletin for Biblical Research 10.2 (2000): 161-180.

Greg Herrick, The Atonement in Lucan Theology in Recent Discussion, reproduced at the Biblical Studies Foundation web site. Also available in Word format (zipped).

A. J. B. Higgins, “The Preface to Luke and the Kerygma in Acts”. In: Woodrow Ward Gasque & Ralph P. Martin (eds). Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F. F. Bruce on His 60th Birthday. (Exeter: Paternoster, 1970). pp 78-91.

Gudrun Holtz, “Zur christologischen Relevanz des Furchtmotivs im Lukasevangelium.” Biblica 90.4 (2009) 484-505.

Robert Jewett, “Mapping the Route of Paul’s Second Missionary Journey from Dorylaeum to Troas”. Tyndale Bulletin 48.1 (1997): 1-22. f

Donald Juel, “Acts and the Easter Season”. Word & World 5.2 (1985): 206-213.

Philip H. Kern, “Paul’s Conversion and Luke’s Portrayal of Character in Acts 8-10″. Tyndale Bulletin 54.2 (2003): 63-80.

J. J. Kilgallen, “The Importance of the Redactor in Luke 18,9-14”, Biblica 79 (1998), pp. 69-75.

J. J. Kilgallen, “Jesus’ First Trial: Messiah and Son of God (Luke 22.66-71)”, Biblica 80 (1999) 401-414.

J.J. Kilgallen, “The Apostles Whom He Chose because of the Holy Spirit’ A Suggestion Regarding Acts 1.2”, Biblica 81 (2000), pp. 414-417.

John J. Kilgallen, “‘With Many Other Words’ (Acts 2,40): Theological Assumptions in Peter’s Pentecost Speech”. Biblica 83. (2002): 71-87.

John J. Kilgallen, “Hostility to Paul in Pisidian Antioch (Acts 13,45) — Why?” Biblica 84.1 (2003): 1-15.

John J. Kilgallen, “Acts 28,28 — Why?” Biblica 90.2 (2009): 176-187.

Eugene C. Kreider, “The politics of God: the way to the cross.” Word & World 6.4 (1986) 453-462.

David Landry, “Narrative Logic in the Annunciation to Mary (Luke 1.26-38)”, Journal of Biblical Literature 114 (1995), pp. 65-79 (reproduced on Landry’s Homepage).

David Landry and Ben May, “Honor Restored: New Light on the Parable of the Unjust Steward (Luke 16:1-8a)”, Journal of Biblical Literature 119 (2000), pp. 287-309 (reproduced on Landry’s Homepage).

Irina Levinskaya, “The inscription from Aphrodisias and the problem of god-fearers.” Tyndale Bulletin 41, no. 2 (1990): 161-185.

Kenneth D. Litwak, “Israel’s Prophets Meet Athens’ Philosophers: Scriptural Echoes in Acts 17,22-31″. Biblica 85.2 (2004): 199-216.

Gerd Lüdemann, “Acts of Impropriety: The Imbalance of History and Theology in Luke-Acts”. Toronto Journal of Theology 28.1 (2008): 65-79.

J. Luzarraga, “El Benedictus (Lc 1,68-79) a través del arameo”, Biblica 80 (1999), pp. 305-359.

William John Lyons, “The Words of Gamaliel (Acts 5:38-9) and the Irony of Indeterminacy”. Journal for the Study of the New Testament 68 (1997): 23-49.

William John Lyons, “When Is a Jew Not a Jew? Adventures of a 1st Century Pharisee in 4th Century Antioch and Constantinople”. In: M.-L. Luxemburg (ed). Proceedings of the Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution 10 (September 2005-August 2006) (Bath: Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution, 2007). pp 102-109.

John F. Maile, “The Ascension in Luke-Acts”. Tyndale Bulletin 37. (1986): 29-59.

Lois Malcolm, “Conversion, Conversation and Acts 15″. Word & World 22.3 (2002): 246-254.

Bruce J. Malina, “Reading Theory Perspective: Reading Luke-Acts”. In: Jerome H. Neyrey (ed). The Social World of Luke-Acts: Models for Interpretation. (Peabody: Hendrickson, 1991). pp 3-23.

Robert P. Maloney, “The genealogy of Jesus” (2007).

I. Howard Marshall, “The Resurrection in the Acts of the Apostles”. In: Woodrow Ward Gasque & Ralph P. Martin (eds). Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F. F. Bruce on His 60th Birthday. (Exeter: Paternoster, 1970). pp 92-107.

A. J. Mattill, “The Purpose of Acts: Schneckenburger Reconsidered”. In: Woodrow Ward Gasque & Ralph P. Martin (eds). Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F. F. Bruce on His 60th Birthday. (Exeter: Paternoster, 1970). pp 108-122.

Bruce M. Metzger, “Ancient Astrological Geography and Acts 2:9-11″. In: Woodrow Ward Gasque & Ralph P. Martin (eds). Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F. F. Bruce on His 60th Birthday. (Exeter: Paternoster, 1970). pp 123-133.

James C. Miller, “The Jewish Context of Paul’s Gentile Mission”. Tyndale Bulletin 58.1 (2007): 101-115.

Itumeleng J. Mosala, “Black theology versus the social morality of settler colonialism: hermeutical reflections on Luke 1 and 2.” Journal of Black Theology in South Africa 1 (1988) 26-42.

Robert L. Mowery, “Paul and Caristanius at Pisidian Antioch.” Biblica 87, no. 2 (2006): 223-242.

Jerome Neyrey, “Acts 17, Epicureans and Theodicy: A Study in Stereotypes” in D. L. Balch and W. A. Meeks (eds.), Greeks, Romans, and Christians: Essays Honor of Abraham J. Malherbe (Minneapolis: Fortress, 1990), pp. 118-34 (reproduced on Neyrey’s homepage).

Jerome Neyrey, “Loss of Wealth, Loss of Family and Loss of Honor: A Cultural Interpretation of the Original Four Makarisms” in P. F. Esler (ed.), Modelling Early Christianity: Social-Scientific Studies of the New Testament in Its Context (London: Routledge, 1995), 139-58 (reproduced on Neyrey’s homepage).

Jerome Neyrey, “Luke’s Social Location of Paul: Cultural Anthropology and the Status of Paul in Acts” in B. Witherington III, History, Literature, and Society in the Book of Acts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996), pp. 251-79 (reproduced on Neyrey’s homepage).

Jerome H. Neyrey, “‘Teaching You in Public and from House to House’ (Acts 20:20): Unpacking a Cultural Stereotype”. Journal for the Study of the New Testament 26.1 (2003): 69-102.

Jerome H. Neyrey, “Honoring the dishonored: the cultural edge of Jesus’ Beatitudes.” (n.d.).

Peter T. O’Brien, “Mission, Witness, and the Coming of the Spirit”. Bulletin for Biblical Research 9. (1999): 203-214.

R.F. O’Toole, “How Does Luke Portray Jesus as Servant of YHWH”, Biblica 81 (2000), pp. 328-346.

Floyd O. Parker, “The Terms ‘Angel’ and ‘Spirit’ in Acts 23,8″. Biblica 84.3 (2003): 344-365.

D. F. Payne, “Semitisms in the Books of Acts”. In: Woodrow Ward Gasque & Ralph P. Martin (eds). Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F. F. Bruce on His 60th Birthday. (Exeter: Paternoster, 1970). pp 134-150.

Todd C. Penner, “Madness in the Method? The Acts of the Apostles in Current Study”. Currents in Biblical Research 2.2 (2004): 223-293.

John C. Poirier, “The Narrative Role of Semitic Languages in the Book of Acts”. Filología Neotestamentaria 16. (2003): 107-116.

Stanley E. Porter, “Methods and Assumptions in This Study of the Paul in Acts”. In. Paul in Acts. (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 2001). pp 1-9.

Thom S. Rainer, “Church Growth and Evangelism in the Book of Acts”. Criswell Theological Review 5. (1990): 57-68.

Daniel Rakotojoelinandrasana, “The Gospel in Adversity: Reading Acts 16:16-34 in African Context”. Word and World 21.2 (2001): 191-197.

David M. Reis, “The Areopagus as Echo Chamber: Mimesis and Intertextuality in Acts”. Journal of Higher Criticism 9.2 (2002): 259-277.

Josep Rius-Camps, “Las variantes del texto occidental de los hechos de los apóstoles (XI) (Hch 5,17-42)”, Filología Neotestamentaria 12 (1999), pp. 107-121.

Josep Rius-Campus & Jenny Read-Heimerdinger, “The Variant Readings of the Western Text of the Acts of the Apostles (XIII)”. Filología Neotestamentaria 15. (2002): 111-132.

Josep Rius-Campus & Jenny Read-Heimerdinger, “The Variant Readings of the Western Text of the Acts of the Apostels (XVI) (Acts 9:31–11:18)”. Filología Neotestamentaria 17. (2004): 45-88.

Vernon K. Robbins, “By Land and by Sea: The We-Passages and Ancient Sea Voyages”. In: C. H. Talbert (ed). Perspectives on Luke-Acts. (Macon: Mercer University Press, 1978). pp 215-242.

Vernon K. Robbins, “Luke-Acts: A Mixed Population Seeks a Home in the Roman Empire”. In: Loveday Alexander (ed). Images of Empire. (Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1991). pp 202-211.

Vernon K. Robbins, “The Social Location of the Implied Author of Luke-Acts”. In: Jerome H. Neyrey (ed). The Social World of Luke-Acts: Models for Interpretation. (Peabody: Hendrickson, 1991). pp 305-322.

Vernon K.  Robbins, “The Claims of the Prologues and Greco-Roman Rhetoric: The Prefaces to Luke and Acts in Light of Greco-Roman Rhetorical Strategies”. In: D. P. Moessner (ed). Jesus and the Heritage of Israel: Luke’s Narrative Claim Upon Israel’s Legacy. (Harrisburg: Trinity Press International, 1999). pp 63-83.

Rudolf Schnackenburg, “Apostles before and During Paul’s Time”. In: Woodrow Ward Gasque & Ralph P. Martin (eds). Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F. F. Bruce on His 60th Birthday. (Exeter: Paternoster, 1970). pp 297-303.

G. Smit, “Ekklesiologie Deur ‘N Antiogeense Lens”. Practical Theology in South Africa / Praktiese Teologie in Suid-Afrika 22.1 (2007): 135-149. [Afrikaans]

F. Scott Spencer, “Introduction.” In: Journeying through Acts: a literary-cultural reading. (Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 2004), pp. 13-31.

Jeffrey L. Staley, “Changing Woman: Postcolonial Reflections on Acts 16:6-40”, Journal for the Study of the New Testament 73 (1999), pp. 113-135, reproduced on Staley’s Homepage.

Jeffrey L. Staley, “Postcolonial Reflections on Reading Luke-Acts from Cabo San Lucas and Other Places”. In: Sharon H. Ringe & Paul Kim (eds). Literary Encounters with the Reign of God. Trinity Press International, 2004).

J. Lyle Story, “All is now ready: an exegesis of ‘the great banquet’ (Luke 14:15-24) and ‘the marriage feast’ (Matthew 22:1-14).” American Theological Inquiry 2.2 (2009) 67-80.

Rick Strelan, “Acts 19:12: Paul’s ‘Aprons’ Again”. Journal of Theological Studies 54.1 (2003): 154-157.

Rick Strelan, “Going in and Out: Israel’s Leaders in Acts”. Journal of Biblical Studies 3.1 (2003): 1-11.

Rick Strelan, “Who Was Bar Jesus (Acts 13,6-12)?” Biblica 85.1 (2004): 65-81.

Holger Szesnat, “What Did the ΣΚΗΝΟΠΟΙΟΣ Paul Produce?” Neotestamentica 27.2 (1993): 391-402.

Justin Taylor, “The Community of Goods among the First Christians and among the Essenes” (Paper at the Fourth Orion International Symposium, January 27-31, 1999, Hebrew University of Jerusalem).

Bruce Terry, “Baptized in one spirit.” Restoration Quarterly 21.4 (1978) 193-200.

David Trobisch, “The Council of Jerusalem in Acts 15 and Paul’s Letter to the Galatians”. In: Christopher Seitz & Kathryn Greene-McCreight (eds). Theological Exegesis: Essays in Honor of Brevard S. Childs. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1999). pp 331-338.

M. Max B. Turner, “Spirit Endowment in Luke-Acts: Some Linguistic Considerations”. Vox Evangelica 12. (1981): 45-63.

Max Turner, “‘Empowerment for Mission’? The Pneumatology of Luke-Acts: An Appreciation and Critique of James R. Shelton’s Mighty in Word and Deed”. Vox Evangelica 24 (1994): 103-122.

Max Turner, “The spirit in Luke-Acts: a support or a challenge to classical Pentecostal paradigms.” Vox Evangelica 27 (1997) 75-101.

Caroline Vander Stichele & Todd Penner, “All the World’s a Stage: TheRhetoric of Gender in Acts “. In: Reimund Bieringer, Gilbert Van Belle & Jozef Verheyden (eds). Luke and His Readers: Festschrift Adelbert Denaux. (Leuven: Leuven University Press; Uitgeverij Peeters, 2005).

Bastian Van Elderen, “Some Archaeological Observations on Paul’s First Missionary Journey”. In: Woodrow Ward Gasque & Ralph P. Martin (eds). Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F. F. Bruce on His 60th Birthday. (Exeter: Paternoster, 1970). pp 150-161.

Henry Wansbrough, The Acts of the Apostles. [no date]

John B. Weaver, “Narratives of Reading in Luke-Acts”. Theological Librarianship: An Online Journal of the American Theological Library Association 1.1 (2008): 22-37.

Bruce W. Winter, “Introducing the Athenians to God: Paul’s Failed Apologetic in Acts 17?” Themelios 31.1 (2005): 38-59.

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