Published October 31, 2006
by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||282|
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Come and help us, called an anonymous person from a territory across the Mediterranean Sea. Paul become “convinced” of the rightness of this dream (Acts ). What strikes me most about that dream—and the other dreams reported in this book about the early church is this: The church’s dreams are about meeting someone else’s need. "Convinced that God had called us": dreams, visions, and the perception of God's will in Luke-Acts. Author: John B F Miller: Publisher: Leiden ; Boston: Brill, Series: "The book will be welcomed by those scholars doing serious narrativecritical work in Luke/Acts the treatment of the topic is comprehensive and rigorous.". CONVINCED THAT GOD HAD CALLED US: DREAMS, VISIONS, AND THE PERCEPTION OF GOD'S WILL IN LUKE‐ACTS. By John B. F. Miller. Biblical Interpretation Series, Leiden: Brill, Pp. xii + $ The result of Miller's doctoral dissertation written under the direction of B. Gaventa at Princeton Theological Seminary, this book seeks to perform a . Discipleship book that enables a Christian to develop from believing, to knowing, to then becoming convinced; not only in their general faith, but also in the individual truths within God's Word.