Tag: New Testamnent historicity

Historicity of the book of Acts (2)

Some verses in Acts use the second person plural (‘we’), indicating that the writer is participating in the events he is describing. The traditional interpretation (that the writer was an eyewitness, the traditional Luke),1 was challenged in the twentieth century.2 Although there currently exists no scholarly consensus on the “we” passages,3 three interpretations in particular have become dominant: a) the […]