The Acts of the Apostles

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The works of this heretic are without peer in their Greek, history, and application. Barclay just did not accept orthodoxy, see his "The Apostiles Creed," for the depth of his heresy. An excellent preaching resource. Read full review

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In The Acts of the Apostles, noted Scottish Bible interpreter William Barclay follows the formula established for The Daily Study Bible by first giving the text of the day's study in his own interpretation, followed by two or three pages of commentary Read full review

Contents

V
1
VI
9
VII
11
IX
13
XI
15
XII
18
XIII
20
XIV
22
C
128
CI
129
CIII
130
CIV
131
CVI
133
CVIII
134
CIX
136
CX
138

XV
24
XVI
27
XVIII
28
XIX
31
XXI
33
XXIII
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XXV
37
XXVII
38
XXVIII
40
XXIX
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XXX
44
XXXI
46
XXXII
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XXXIII
49
XXXV
51
XXXVII
52
XXXVIII
55
XL
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XLII
59
XLIV
61
XLV
62
XLVI
63
XLVIII
65
L
67
LII
70
LIII
72
LV
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LVII
75
LIX
78
LX
80
LXI
82
LXII
84
LXIII
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LXV
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LXVII
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LXVIII
91
LXX
93
LXXII
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LXXIII
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LXXIV
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LXXV
99
LXXVII
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LXXIX
102
LXXX
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LXXXI
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LXXXII
107
LXXXIV
110
LXXXV
112
LXXXVI
113
LXXXVII
114
LXXXVIII
115
XC
117
XCII
119
XCIV
120
XCV
123
XCVII
125
XCIX
126
CXI
139
CXIV
141
CXV
143
CXVII
144
CXVIII
146
CXIX
148
CXX
150
CXXI
151
CXXIII
153
CXXV
155
CXXVII
156
CXXVIII
158
CXXIX
160
CXXX
161
CXXXII
162
CXXXIV
164
CXXXV
165
CXXXVII
167
CXXXIX
168
CXL
169
CXLII
170
CXLIII
173
CXLV
174
CXLVI
176
CXLVII
177
CXLIX
179
CLI
182
CLII
184
CLIII
186
CLIV
187
CLVI
189
CLVIII
190
CLIX
192
CLX
194
CLXI
196
CLXII
198
CLXIII
199
CLXV
201
CLXVII
202
CLXVIII
204
CLXIX
205
CLXXI
207
CLXXIII
209
CLXXV
211
CLXXVII
212
CLXXVIII
213
CLXXX
215
CLXXXII
217
CLXXXIV
218
CLXXXV
220
CLXXXVI
221
CLXXXVIII
222
CLXXXIX
224
CXC
225
CXCII
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