Part of the Geneva Series, this commentary comes from the reformed-Calvinist tradition. It is meant to be used by preachers and scholars alike. The commentary takes the book of Acts verse by verse, using the original Greek to bring out as much of the meaning of the text as possible. The author also brings knowledge of the ancient Biblical world into this understanding. J.A. Alexander, an excellent linguist and scholar, wrote the commentary in 1857 and although some of the information is outdated, the insight and scholarly approach to the book of Acts is extremely valuable.
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