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New Testament Studies
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One of the cruces interpretum regarding the Acts of the Apostles that continue to reappear in scholarly discussions is why some stories are repeated three or more times. Redaction criticism moved the solutions beyond the earlier theories of multiple sources toward a consensus of attributing repetition to Lukan redaction. One contribution from redactional approaches was the awareness of how emphasis is achieved by repeating accounts of events that are especially pivotal to the overall plot of Acts.
Kurz, William, "Effects of Variant Narrators in Acts 10-11" (1997). Theology Faculty Research and Publications. 187.
Published Version. New Testament Studies, Vol. 43, No. 1 (October, 1997): 570-586. DOI. © 1997 Cambridge University Press. Used with permission.