Snyder, L. Lee

About the author: Dr.Lewis (Lee) Snyder received his PhD from The Ohio State University. He is Associate Professor at the University of Nebraska, Kearney teaching rhetoric and public speaking. He has written several previous books, and many published articles.

Book of Acts According to Alexander Campbell an Historical and Rhetorical Commentary - Book 1
2002 0-7734-7026-3
Alexander Campbell was a 19th century religious reformer and founder of three major denominations, The Churches of Christ, The Disciples of Christ and The Christian Churches. This study collects his comments on each Book of Acts in the New Testament.

Each chapter begins with Campbell's translations of one chapter of Acts, followed verse by his verse-by-verse comments, keyed to the King James Version. Also included are occasional comments showing how Campbell appealed to these verses in his many controversies. Extensive footnotes direct the scholar to parallel comments and allows historians to study his sources and influences, and biblical scholars to evaluate his contributions.

Book of Acts According to Alexander Campbell an Historical and Rhetorical Commentary - Book 2
2002 0-7734-7028-X
Alexander Campbell was a 19th century religious reformer and founder of three major denominations, The Churches of Christ, The Disciples of Christ and The Christian Churches. This study collects his comments on each Book of Acts in the New Testament.

Each chapter begins with Campbell's translations of one chapter of Acts, followed verse by his verse-by-verse comments, keyed to the King James Version. Also included are occasional comments showing how Campbell appealed to these verses in his many controversies. Extensive footnotes direct the scholar to parallel comments and allows historians to study his sources and influences, and biblical scholars to evaluate his contributions.

Book of Acts According to Alexander Campbell an Historical and Rhetorical Commentary - Book 3
2002 0-7734-7030-1
Alexander Campbell was a 19th century religious reformer and founder of three major denominations, The Churches of Christ, The Disciples of Christ and The Christian Churches. This study collects his comments on each Book of Acts in the New Testament.

Each chapter begins with Campbell's translations of one chapter of Acts, followed verse by his verse-by-verse comments, keyed to the King James Version. Also included are occasional comments showing how Campbell appealed to these verses in his many controversies. Extensive footnotes direct the scholar to parallel comments and allows historians to study his sources and influences, and biblical scholars to evaluate his contributions.