Craig Keener, professor of New Testament at Asbury Seminary in Kentucky, has written the first volume of his commentary on the book of Acts. In his endorsement, NT scholar Darrell Bock - himself the author of a commentary on Acts - says that Keener has "provided us with a rich gem of a commentary on Acts."
In the 11-minute video below, Keener talks about the historicity of Acts.
Keener was featured in an eight-part interview - "Fridays with Craig Keener" - on this blog in 2008. The first installment can be read here.
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