Heidegger's Bible Handbook: Acts: Interpreters
HOLY FATHERS: Augustine, Cassiodorus, Chrysostom, Gregory the Great, Theophylact, Nicetas, Œcumenius.
REFORMED: Louis Cappel, Johann Jakob Grynæus, Streso, Viret, Brunfels, Pareus, Faucheur, van Leeuwen. English: Lightfoot, Pricæus.
LUTHERAN: Arcularius, Brentius, Brunfels, Hegendorff, Jonas, Lossius, Mentzer, Pelargus, Sarcerius, Selnecker, Spangenberg, Sagittarius, Menius, Gerhard, Major, Rothmaler.
ROMAN CATHOLIC: Antonius, Boisius, Ferus, Froidmont, Massutius, Novarinus, Pererius, Perez, Pits, Sanchez, Stapleton, Lorinus, Bonaventure, Cajetan, Triumphus, Montanus, Lintrensis, Gagnæus, Salmeron.
ADD the Interpreters of all the Books of the New Testament above.
 A number of Augustine’s sermons on Acts survives. Complexiones in epistolas et acta apostolorum et apocalypsin. Flavius Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus (c. 490- c. 585) served Theodoric, King of the Ostrogoths, as a member of his cabinet. He retired to a monastery and spent his final years writing on religious topics and gathering manuscripts. Homilies on the Acts of the Apostles.  Nicetas was an eleventh century bishop of Thessalonica. Historia apostolica illustrata. Commentarius Practicus in Actorum Apostolicorum per Lucam Evangelistam Descriptorum. Caspar Streso (1603-1664) was a Reformed minister, serving at the Hague.  Pierre Viret (1511-1571) was a Swiss Reformed theologian and preacher. He was active in the Reformation of Lausanne, and his Lausanne Academy became the foundation for the Geneva Academy. Viret was a personal friend of John Calvin. Adversaria in Acta Apostolorum. Sermons sur les onze premiers chapitres des Actes des Apostres. Michel le Faucheur (1585-1657), born at Geneva, was a Reformed Pastor, who served in Montpellier, Charenton, and Paris. Die Geschichte der heiligen Apostel, wie selbige Der Evangelist Lucas beschrieben. Gerbrand van Leeuwen (1643-1721) was a Reformed theologian. He was Professor of Theology at Amsterdam from 1686 to 1712. Commentarius in Acta Apostolorum. Acta Apostolorum. Annotationes Justi Jonæ in Acta Apostolorum. Justus Jonas (1493-155) was a German Lutheran theologian and reformer. After the Leipzig Disputation, he embraced the Reformation, and served as a churchman and preacher, and as a translator of Luther and Melanchthon’s works. Acta Apostolorum. Lucas Lossius (1508-1582) was a German Lutheran theologian, educator, and musicologist. Historiæ Sacræ quam Liber Actuum Apostolicorum Viginti Octo Capitibus complectitur, Methodica et Brevis Expositio. Actorum Apostolicorum Liber Doctissimus et utilissimus Scholiis illustratus. Acta Apostolorvm, breviter enarrata. Johannes Spangenberg (1484-1550) was a German Lutheran theologian, educator, and reformer. Kommentarius über die Apostelgesch. Justus Menius (1499-1558) was a German Lutheran pastor and reformer. Sancti Lucæ Evangelistæ Acta Apostolorum. Vita Sancti Pauli Apostoli. Annotata ad acta apostolorum. In Acta Apostolorum commentaria doctissima et piissima. Commentarius in acta apostolorum. Libert Froidmont (1587-1653) was a Jesuit educated, Belgic theologian and scientist. At Leuven, he served as Professor of Rhetoric (1609-1614), Professor of Philosophy (1614-1628), and Professor of Theology (1628-1653). Paulus apostolus; sive, Vita sancti Pauli apostoli. Tomasso Massucci (1570-1636) was an Italian Jesuit. Actus Apostolorum expansi et notis monitisque sacris illustrate. Aloysius Novarinus (1594-1650) was an Italian Theatine theologian and philologist. In quatuor Jesu Christi Evangelia et Acta Apostolorum Commentarius. Arthur Pits (1557-c. 1634) was an English Roman Catholic priest and scholar, involved in missionary efforts to reclaim England from the Reformation. Commentarii in actus apostolorum. Gasper Sanchez (1554-1628) was a Jesuit scholar, and served as Professor of Divinity at Alcala. He also wrote commentaries upon large portions of the Old Testament. Antidota Apostolica contra Nostri Temporis Haereses…In Acta Apostolorum. In Acta Apostolorum commentaria. Johannes Lorinus, or Jean Lorin (1559-1634) was a French Jesuit; he wrote several other Biblical commentaries, including commentaries on Ecclesiastes, Wisdom of Solomon, Psalms, Jude, and Leviticus. In Acta Apostolorum. Catena Patrum in Acta Apostolorum. Augustinus Triumphus, or Augustinus of Ancona (1243-1328) was an Italian Hermit of Saint Augustine. His De potestate Ecclesiastica became a standard work in the defense of Popery. Elucidationes in Acta Apostolorum. Actus Apostolorum. Bartholomaeus Petrus Lintrensis (1545-1630) served as a Professor of Theology at Douai. In quatuor sacro sancta Iesu Christi evangelia, necnon actus apostolicos, facillima clarissima que scholia. Johannes Gagnæus (died 1549) was a French Roman Catholic theologian, librarian to King Francis I, and Chancellor of the University of Paris.