The Book of Acts: Form, Style, and Theology

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Index of Authors
Editor’s note: Dates (whenever available) have been supplied for authors of earlier generations in order to provide historical context.
Albertz, Martin (b. 1883), 164
Arlandson, James Malcolm, 209
Avemarie, Friedrich, 209
Barrett, C. K., 208–9
Bartchy, S. Scott, 209
Bartsch, Hans Werner (b. 1915), 206
Bauernfeind, Otto (b. 1889), 142, 148, 164, 177, 199, 200–2
Baur, Ferdinand Christian (1792–1860), 22, 74
Behm, Johannes (b. 1883), 185
Bertram, Georg (b. 1896), 165
Berve, Helmut (b. 1896), 171
Beyer, Hermann Wolfgang (1898–1942), 177, 188
Birt,Theodor (1852–1933), 186–87, 192–93
Blass, Friedrich (1843–1907), 173, 200
Bonz, Marianne Palmer, 209
Bornhäuser, Karl, 187, 195
Bovon, François, 209
Braun, Martin, 171
Brawley, Robert L., 209
Bruce, F. F. (1910–90), 208–9
Bultmann, Rudolf (1884–1976), vii, x, 164, 173
Cadbury, Henry J. (1883–1974), 159, 173, 183, 196, 199, 209
Cassidy, Richard J., 209
Chance, J. Bradley, 209
Conzelmann, Hans (1915–89), 182, 191, 204, 208, 210
Cook, Arthur B. (1868–1952), 191
Corssen, Peter (b. 1856), 186
Curtius, Ernest (1814–96), 95, 115–16, 122, 131, 182, 193, 195
D’Angelo, Mary Rose, 210
Debrunner, Albert (1884–1958), 173
Deffner, August, 171
Deissmann, Adolf (1866–1937), 190
Dibelius, Martin (1883–1947), x-xi, 161–62, 164, 167–70, 173, 176–77, 180, 182, 186–87, 191, 194, 200, 202–6
Dibelius, Otto (1880–1967), 177
Diels, Hermann (1848–1922), 183, 188, 191
Dittenberger,W (1840–1906),xv
Downing, F. Gerald, 210
Dunn, James D. G., 208
Dupont, Jacques (b. 1915), 210
Eckey,Wilfried,208
Egermann, Franz (b. 1905), 51, 171–72
Eissfeldt, Otto (1887–1973), 163
Elliger,Winfried,210
Epp,Eldon J., 202–3, 210
Esler, Philip F., 210
Fascher, Erich (b. 1897), 164, 173
Fitzmyer, Joseph A., 208
Fletcher-Louis, Crispin T. H., 210
Flierle, Joseph, 173
Foakes-Jackson, F. J. (1855–1941), 161, 191, 203, 210
Fridrichsen, Anton (1888–1953), 194, 206

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Editor’s Foreword vii
  • Acknowledgments x
  • Abbreviations xii
  • Part I - History and Style in Acts 1
  • 1 - Acts in the Setting of the History of Early Christian Literature 3
  • 2 - The First Christian Historian 14
  • 3 - The Book of Acts as an Historical Source 27
  • 4 - Style Criticism of the Book of Acts 32
  • 5 - The Speeches in Acts and Ancient Historiography 49
  • Part II - Paul and Peter in the Book of Acts 87
  • 6 - Paul in the Book of Acts 89
  • 7 - Paul on the Areopagus 95
  • 8 - Paul in Athens 129
  • 9 - The Apostolic Council 134
  • 10 - The Conversion of Cornelius 140
  • Part III - The Text of Acts 151
  • 11 - The Text of Acts 153
  • Notes 161
  • Bibliography 204
  • Select Bibliography on the Book of Acts 208
  • Index of Authors 215
  • Index of Ancient Sources 219
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