Desiring to read Acts as the historical document that it is, John Williams' Studies in the Book of Acts is an expositional study of Acts. According to Williams, a historical reading of Acts would result in not only a better understanding of the New Testament, but also a more intelligent comprehension of the origin, organization, and early development of the Church. Focusing on each section of Acts, Williams' commentary guides the reader chronologically through the book of Acts.
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John Williams was Bishop of Connecticut. He is the author of such works as Thoughts on the Gospel Miracles, The English Reformation, and The World's Witness to Jesus Christ.