Darrell L. Bock, Ph.D. (University of Aberdeen) Research Professor of New Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
At the heart of Luke's gospel are questions about God's plan, His Messiah, and the emerging new community of Gentile Christians. Bock highlights these and other significant theological themes found in the gospel of Luke. Learners complete a textual examination of the gospel of Luke and its message by working through the book of Luke a chapter at a time. Bock shows how Jesus' life, teaching, death, and resurrection actually reflect divine events 'fulfilled among us' (Luke 1:1). The course enables students to prepare this narrative material for teaching in ministry contexts.
Course Objectives Upon completion of your study, you should be able to do the following:
Trace the argument of the Gospel through its narrative units.
Interpret any specific narrative material found in Luke.
Isolate the key theological themes the Gospel teaches.
Communicate the message of a passage that is accurate to the text and relevant to a contemporary audience.
Identify ways of applying the lessons of the Gospel of Luke to your life and ministry.
1. Luke 1 2. Luke 2 3. Luke 3 4. Luke 4 5. Luke 5 6. Luke 6 7. Luke 7 8. Luke 8 9. Luke 9 10. Luke 10 11. Luke 11 12. Luke 12 13. Luke 13 14. Luke 14 15. Luke 15 16. Luke 16 17. Luke 17 18. Luke 18 19. Luke 19 20. Luke 20 21. Luke 21 22. Luke 22 23. Luke 23 24. Luke 24