Tag Archives: IVPNT Commentary on Acts

Condolences to the family of Dr. William J. Larkin

I would like to express my sincere condolences to the family of Dr. William J. Larkin, a former seminary professor of mine.  I have recently completed a series of posts addressing the IVP New Testament Commentary on Acts by Dr. … Continue reading

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Sacrifice a ‘Jewish Custom?!’ IVPNT: Acts Pt 4.

I have to begin by thanking Dr. William J. Larkin for showing me something I had not previously noticed in Acts.  I am very familiar with Paul’s Nazarite vow in Acts 21, but I had never noticed that Paul did … Continue reading

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Culinary Visions? IVPNT: Acts Pt. 3

Christendom’s rationale for unclean foods being made clean is usually Peter’s vision in Acts 10.  Dr. William J. Larkin’s IVPNT Commentary on Acts is no different.   Let’s take a look at some of his commentary and compare with other Scripture. … Continue reading

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