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INSTE I:4 NT Week 4

Luke

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A comparison of the 4 Gospels - Luke: Greeks, Man, Son of Man, 54%
Luke is the Gospel according to Saint Paul
When was Luke written? 60
Where was Luke written? Caesarea
Luke is the most _____, _____ _____ and _____ of the Gospels Historical, Literary, Doctrinal, and longest
Who wrote more of the NT than any other author? Luke (w/the possible exception of Paul) pg.74
The characteristics of the Gospel of Luke Historical; Literary; Doctrinal; Length
Luke pays special attention to the work of the Holy Spirit in the ministry of Jesus
Luke writes the prologue in Classic Greek
Luke writes the rest of his books in Hellenistic Greek
How many miracles in Luke are exclusive? 6
The Good Samaritan Luke 10
The Prodigal Son Luke 15
The outline of Luke follows a Chronological or Historical order
The outline of Luke is divided into 4 parts: The childhood of Jesus (1:5-4:13); Ministry in Galilee (4:14-9:50); Jesus goes to Jerusalem (9:51-19:44); The Crucifixion and Resurrection (19:45-24:53)
What is the name of the other NT book written by Luke? Acts
The 2 books of Luke are dedicated to: Theophilus (a Roman official of aristocratic birth)
The title that Jesus used to refer to Himself was Son of Man
The Great Comission Matthew 28; Mark 16
The Beatitudes Matthew 5
The Lord's Prayer Matthew 6:9
The saying that Luke was the first historian of the church means Each time the historical facts of his books can be proven, the historical accuracy of his book is impressive
Who was with Paul & Luke in Rome Mark
Luke was a Gentile by birth; probably Greek; Paul called him "beloved doctor"; traveled w/Paul on 2nd missionary journey
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