Originally intended for Sunday school teachers, Henry Ripley's The Acts of the Apostles is an exposition on the accounts and doings of the Apostles as contained in the book of Acts. Ripley moves through Acts in a section-by-section manner, offering an exposition on the key passages discussing Peter and Paul's accounts as they unfold in Acts.
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Henry J. Ripley was Professor of Sacred Rhetoric and Pastoral Duties in the Newton Theological Institute.