Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical: Acts

by Albert Barnes


Notes on the New Testament: Explanatory and Practical; Acts of the Apostles (1949) by Albert Barnes is a thorough commentary on this church history book. Barnes writes an introduction Acts, offering the reader insights and background information to put the work of the apostles and the events of the early church into context. Like most biblical scholars, Barnes attributes the book of Acts to the pen of Luke. The commentary of Acts follows a pattern of two or three verses cited followed by a background, explanation, and application of the quoted verses. The book includes many wood-cut engravings.

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Born: December 1, 1798
Died: December 24, 1870
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