Seldom find anything which isn't covered elsewhere. Don't get the feeling its a bit of a compilation of other commentaries. It ok -- just not essential in my preparation.
This commentary on Acts seemed to fall through the gaps. It is not devotional or expositional enough to be first choice for a pastor, nor technical enough for detailed study. It is however a good source for a straightforward explanation of the text along with the necessary filling in of historical and geographical context. Williams doesn't engage in much theological discussion, but does step up to defend Luke's integrity as a historian in several places. [Full Review]