— NEWT 0725 (3)
The purpose of this section-by-section analysis of the third Gospel is to determine what Luke wanted his audience to hear. Our approach to his Gospel proceeds from the premise that the author was both a historian and a theologian, who chose to communicate through narrative his account of Jesus Christ. Although the introductory matters are dealt with and some comparisons with the writings of Mark and Matthew are drawn, the focus is on Luke's narrative. Same as PENT 507. Recommended: BIBL 501.
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