W. Denton's A Commentary of the Acts of the Apostles is a critical and exegetical commentary on the Acts of the Apostles. With a critical eye, Denton works through the text of Acts verse-by-verse, analyzing the language, history, and culture of the first-century world. Denton concludes that the Book of Acts is a historically reliable and accurate account, and the events described in Luke's account should be taken at face vaule as reliable and trustworthy.
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W. Denton was Professor at Worchester College in Cambridge. He also served as Vicar of St. Bartholomew. W. Denton is the author of A Commentary on the Gospels and on the Epistles for the Sundays and Other Holy Days of the Christian Year and A Commentary on the Lord's Prayer.