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Conversion in Luke-Acts

Conversion in Luke-Acts

Repentance and conversion are key topics in New Testament
interpretation and in Christian life. However, the study of conversion in early
Christianity has been plagued by psychological assumptions alien to the world
of the New Testament. Leading New Testament scholar Joel Green believes that
careful attention to the narrative of Luke-Acts calls for significant
rethinking about the nature of Christian conversion. Drawing on the cognitive
sciences and examining key evidence in Luke-Acts, this book emphasizes the
embodied nature of human life as it explores the life transformation signaled
by the message of conversion, offering a new reading of a key aspect of New
Testament theology.

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