Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch (Acts Viii 25-40)

@article{Otoole1983PhilipAT,
  title={Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch (Acts Viii 25-40)},
  author={R. F. O'toole},
  journal={Journal for the Study of the New Testament},
  year={1983},
  volume={5},
  pages={25 - 34}
}
  • R. O'toole
  • Published 1 January 1983
  • History
  • Journal for the Study of the New Testament
viii 25-40. But the verbal aspect of his chiastic structure should be pursued further. The resultant structure gives at least equal attention to the preaching about Jesus and the baptism of the eunuch. Several considerations confirm this interpretation. The context, Acts viii-xi 18, contains four major conversion stories: the Samaritans’, the Ethiopian eunuch’s, Paul’s and Cornelius’; each of these conversion stories report divine intervention and a baptism. Secondly, the movement in Acts viii… 
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