H. W. Burrow's Lectures on the Acts of the Apostles is a series of six lectures on different subjects relating to Acts. Subjects include a general survey of Acts, the relationship of Acts with the Gospels, the connection of Acts with history, Acts and its relationship with Christianity, the miracles of Acts, and others. The lectures of H. W. Burrows are a useful look at the history of interpretation on the Acts of the Apostles.
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H. W. Burrows was Canon of Rochester.