Acts: An Exegetical Commentary, vol. 2 (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Publishing, 2013)

If early church history and the book of Acts is something you’d like to learn and study, you have to check out Craig S. Keener’s Four Volume Commentary on the book of Acts. This is one of the most in-depth commentaries on Acts I’ve ever read; you will never need another.

Also, in the same series:

Acts, Volume 1
Acts, Volume 2
Acts, Volume 3
Acts, Volume 4

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