The Handbook on the Book of Acts is part of the eight-volume Apostolic Handbook Series. In this handbook, the author “thoroughly examines how we should read and study Acts so as to comprehend and fulfill the purposes for which God has given it to the church. Employing concepts in contemporary scholarship, the author has written in a way that is understandable to all students of the Bible. This handbook is an excellent introduction to the significance, meaning, and content of an important portion of the Word of God. Every minister, leader, and student of Scripture should read this book. It is a valuable resource for all Christians” (from the foreword by David K. Bernard).