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BIBL 364 - Acts: Paul's Trip to Rome

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Approved Resources for Paul's Trip to Rome

Constable, Thomas L. “Notes on Acts.” Dr. Constable’s Expository Notes. (2014).

Gilchrist, J. M. “The Historicity of Paul's Shipwreck.” Journal for the Study of the New Testament 18, no. 61 (July 1996): 29–51.

Hemer, Colin J. “First Person Narrative in Acts 27–28.” Tyndale Bulletin 36, no. 1 (1985): 79–109.

Ladouceur, David J. “Hellenistic Preconceptions of Shipwreck and Pollution as a Context for Acts 27–28.” Harvard Theological Review 73, no. 3–4 (October 1980): 435–449.

Miles, Gary B. and Garry W. Trompf. “Luke and Antiphon: The Theology of Acts 27–28 in the Light of Pagan Beliefs about Divine Retribution, Pollution, and Shipwreck.” Harvard Theological Review 69, no. 3–4 (October 1976): 259–267.

Praeder, Susan M. “Acts 27:1–28:16: Sea Voyages in Ancient Literature and the Theology of Luke–Acts.” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 46, no. 4 (1984): 683–706.