Narrative Structure in the Gospels and Acts
The Gospels are the heart of the Bible. They declare that the center of human history is found in God’s act of sending His only Son. And this message must be proclaimed, from the first days of the church (captured in Acts) to now. Yet, these five books are also complex, drawing together discourse and narrative, history and prophecy and apocalyptic, theology and ethics. These notes attempt to show a way of identifying the structure in narrative passages in the Gospels and Acts.
Genre/Topic: Gospels and Acts
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