Luke is considered the first historian of Christianity, but his reliability is vigorously disputed among scholars. Daniel Marguerat avoids this true/false quagmire by setting his evaluation of Luke's talent as a historian firmly within the framework of ancient historiography, the rules of ancient historians and narrative criticism.
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'This is a masterful, carefully written and well organised study, fully equal to the high standards already set by this series.' Contemporary Review
'Marguerat's proposals … are uniformly convincing, and more instant light is shed on Acts than by some indispensable commentaries.' Expository Times
'… penetrating personal observations and encyclopaedic enquiry …'. Reviews in Religion and Theology
'… Marguerat's monograph is a mine of exegetical insights …'. European Journal of Theology
'… his is an important voice and should be heard … this book is an important contribution to Lukan studies.' Themelios
'Marguerat's monograph is a mine of exegetical insights. It illuminates both the detail and overall impact of Luke's narrative.' Journal for the Study of the New Testament
DANIEL MARGUERAT is Professor of New Testament Studies at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
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