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    The Gospel of Luke is the third book in the canon of the New Testament and the final of the synoptic Gospels. While the Gospel of Matthew does contain more chapters, Luke is the longest of the four Gospels, with the most verses and most words out of all four Gospels in the New Testament. Luke encompasses the full lifespan of Christ: his conception, birth, childhood, adulthood, ministry, crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension. The Gospel of Luke also contains many parables that Jesus told during

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    Scripture and Jesus May 16, 2018 Healing of the paralytic - Luke 5: 12-26 THE INTRO TO THE INTRO The Book of Luke encompasses many diverse parables including the “Healing of the paralytic”, in which jesus heals paralyzed man that is brought to him. This story perfectly illustrates the recurring themes of compassion and mercy in the Gospel of Luke, which provides an explanation for why it is only included in Luke’s Gospel. Gospel of Luke. This paper will interpret the passage of “Healing of the

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    The Gospel Of Luke

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    All of the Gospels have a special and important message within them. It is the Gospel of Luke that today’s Christians need the most, because of the powerful message that it provides. It seems as though today's Christians have lost the understanding that God loves everyone and that Jesus came for everyone. In the Gospel of Luke, the main focus of it is that Jesus is for everyone. This can be seen in many different aspects of the Gospel. Starting when Jesus was born in the barn, to His resurrection

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    Quick Introduction to the Gospel of Luke," by Sigve Tonstad, we could find few stories of outcasts only in Luke. Women, children, the sick, tax collectors, the poor, the Samaritan, and even the prostitute are all outcastes during the second temple period. (Woman: Luke 15:8-10, 18:1-8, 1-:38-42; the poor, the blind, the oppressed: 4:16-20, 6:20-23; tax collector: 19:1-10; the religious social outcasts: 15:1-32; Samaritan: 10:20-37, 17:11-19). The major themes of Luke’s gospel, which are the universal

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    Introduction to the Gospel according to Luke Before we begin our series on the Gospel according to Luke, let us have a look at what this gospel focuses on and what makes it unique compared to the other three gospels. The Gospel of Luke was probably the last to be written, between 59AD and 70AD. It is thought to have been written by Luke, a Greek, a physician and a companion of the Apostle Paul. Though personal information about his life is non-existent and like the other synoptics, the author does

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    The Gospel of Luke has many important literary themes. One of the most significant being the equality of women and femininity. Women were prominent in Luke's portrayal of Jesus' life. Luke was one of two Gospels, out of the four, to include Jesus’ birth. He embraced the role of women and included many focuses of them in his writing. Women were exemplified as good examples, witnesses to the resurrection of Jesus, and were healed by Jesus in the Gospel of Luke. Luke’s introduction of the

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    Gospel Of Luke Analysis

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    The Gospel of Luke was written by a Greek- speaking Christian. It was not written to replace the Gospel of Mark, but as a new account written for an audience under different circumstances than Mark’s community. The church was becoming more Gentiles than Jews. Most people in Luke’s community were not familiar with the Jewish traditions that were referred to by many preachers. Many members of the community were well off as well. This community struggled to follow a church that had a Hebrew core. These

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    The Gospel of Luke is the most descriptive account for Jesus Christ’s life. Through this Gospel it gives its readers a foretaste into the birth and early life of Jesus and his disciples. Luke described who Jesus was as a person and what Jesus had accomplished through his life, death, and resurrection. This Gospel has various themes. Some themes are the parables, the role of the Holy Spirit, and the joy and rejoicing. The Gospel of Luke has some very significant parables that are still taught

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    The Gospel of Luke Essays

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    The Gospel of Luke I chose to read The Gospel of Luke for my project. It is said that The Gospel of Luke was written somewhere between 80 CE - 90 CE. The Gospel of Luke was written for Theophilus, who was called “Friend of God”. But The Gospel was also written for a wider audience, including converts and potential converts. One thing that surprised me while reading the Gospel of Luke was how much of Jesus’ life they skipped. In one paragraph he was a baby, and in the next paragraph he was twelve

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    Gospel Of Luke Themes

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    The Gospel of Luke is distinctive in its themes which are important to self-identity and purpose of the Christian community for which he writes. Luke portrays Jesus as one who is compassionate while healing, forgiving, and comforting the sinners and downtrodden. With that being said, Luke has primarily four major themes and concerns: 1) the significance of Holy Spirit, 2) the significance of prayer, 3) Jesus' association with isolated people, and 4) the universality and legality of Christianity. 

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