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Robinson, Donald Fay. Where and when did Peter die? Journal of Biblical Literature, 64 no 2 Jun 1945, p 255-267.

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Schwartz, Daniel R. Non-joining sympathizers (Acts 5:13-14). Biblica, 64 no 4 1983, p 550-555.

Schwartz, Daniel R. The end of the gē (Acts 1:8): beginning or end of the Christian vision? Journal of Biblical Literature, 105 no 4 Dec 1986, p 669-676.

Speckman, McGlory T. Healing and wholeness in Luke-Acts as foundation for economic development: a particular reference to ολοκληρία in Acts 3:16. Neotestamentica, 36 no 1 - 2 2002, p 97-109.

Spencer, F Scott. Neglected Widows in Acts 6:1-7. The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 56 no 4 Oct 1994, p 715-733

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Steyn, Gert Jacobus. Εκθεω απο του πνευματος ... (Acts 2:17,18): what is being poured out?. Neotestamentica, 33 no 2 1999, p 365-371.

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Thomas, James David,'Added to the church'--Acts 2:47. Restoration Quarterly, 4 no 4 1960. p 238-240.

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Torrey, Charles Cutler. 'Two sons' in Acts 19:14. Anglican Theological Review, 26 no 4 Oct 1944, p 253-255.

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Whitlock, Matthew G. Acts 1:15-26 and the craft of New Testament poetry. The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 77 no 1 Jan 2015, p 87-106.

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