In his New Testament commentary series, John Stanko captures the essence of each verse, with plenty of questions and tips not only to help you understand the Word, but also to apply it to everyday life.
In this volume on the gospel of Luke, John looks at the only writing by a Gentile in the Bible. Half of Luke’s book contains material not found in the other gospel accounts and emphasizes material of interest to Luke’s Gentile audience: Jesus’ relationship with women, His love for children, and His healing ministry, to name a few. Luke was a scientist, so his account is chronological and well-researched, providing a perspective from the Gentile world, of which Luke was among the firstfruits.
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