Gospel of Luke


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one of the four Gospels in the New Testament

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See also Marshall, The Gospel of Luke, which citing Martin Volkel, "Exegetische Erwagungen zum Verstandnis des Begriffs kathexes im Lukanischen Prolog," NTS 20 (1974): 289-299, argues that "the word implies the continuity of items within a logical whole, so that Luke's aim is to show that the story of Jesus, taken as a whole, makes sense and is therefore worthy of belief.
This particular detail in the nativity story - only told in the Gospel of Luke - has continued to influence and inspire over the centuries.
Each exhibits a contrasting tendency in the gospel of Luke.
On page 200 Marker says that the Gospel of Luke reports that Anna the Prophet raised from childhood the girl who was to become the Virgin Mary; Luke does not say that.
However, the Gospel of Luke is absolutely clear that Jesus Christ's human life began at conception.
The idea of sitting in a theatre for 90 minutes listening to one man recite the Gospel of Luke in the Elizabethan language of the King James Bible would seem to be a cure for insomnia, but actor Bruce Kuhn makes it a compelling evening of drama.
The Way According To Luke: Hearing The Whole Story Of Luke-Acts by Paul Borgman (Professor of English, Gordon College, Wenham, Massachusetts) is a narrative study of the classic Greek and Jewish literary tale elements of the New Testament Gospel of Luke and Book of Acts.
Based on the Gospel of Luke, the "JESUS" film is a two-hour docudrama about the life of Christ.
The kingdom is in the midst of you," He is quoted as saying in the Gospel of Luke.
In The Perfect Prayer: Search For The Kingdom Through The Lord's Prayer by Philip Mathias (a now retired journalist whose 45 year career had him writing on faith, politics and religion) approaches the search for the Kingdom of God examines the six specific petitions in the "Lord's Prayer as recorded in the Gospel of Luke (11:2-4) wherein Jesus provided his followers a template for their daily communications with God.
The distinctive emphasis of Al Kalima is best illustrated by its recent publication of the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Genesis.
36] Within very few years Peter Schoeffer would print the Worms New Testament in which Tyndale's translation of chapter two of the Gospel of Luke describes Mary's delivery of Jesus: "And she brought forth her first begotten son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger, because there was no room for them within the inn.
I was recently lecturing on the Gospel of Luke in my introductory Bible class, when a student raised her hand and asked, "When does the story stop being about Jews and start being about Christians?
Limiting this prayer to Jesus' disciples is one of the ways the gospel of Luke demonstrates to us that this prayer was becoming important to Christian self-identity and ritual practice.
As a homilist, I always think of Johnson in my preparation, especially when we come to the Gospel of Luke.